EH Vol.28 (1), February 2022

Editorial Karen R. Jones

For Whom the Bell Tolls: The Uncounted Extinctions and the (Missed?) Opportunities to Prevent Them Virginia Thomas

Conceptualising Small Watersheds as Infrastructures of Immobility to Address Distress induced Rural–Urban Migration in India Shashank Deora, Pankaj Sekhsaria

Growing Coconut Palms in the Pacific Islands: Colliding Knowledge and Values Judith A. Bennett

Of Whales and Dugongs: Examining the Rise of Colonial Conservation as Development in Madagascar’s Marine History Merrill Baker-Médard

Frogs and Feeling Communities: A Study in History of Emotions and Environmental History Andrea Gaynor, Susan Broomhall, Andrew Flack

Theorising the Natural Archive Zachary Nowak

Shifting Shores of the Anthropocene: The Settlement and (Unstable) Stabilisation of the North-Western Mediterranean Littoral Over the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Giacomo Parrinello, Renaud Bécot, Marco Caligari, Ismael Yrigoy

The Social Construction of Pine Forest Wastes in Southwestern France During the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Marcin Krasnodębski

Alexandra Goryashko, A Wild Bird and a Cultured Man. The Common Eider and Homo Sapiens: Fourteen Centuries Together Jenny Lhamo Tsundu

Giacomo Bonan, The State in the Forest: Contested Commons in the Nineteenth Century Venetian Alps Giacomo Parrinello

ESEH Notepad K. Mehmet Kentel, Nina Vieira, Inês Amorim, Margarida Sobral Neto, Kadri Tüür