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RESEARCH ARTICLES forthcoming in E&H

Hyperlinks give access to abstracts and full text of Environment and History Ahead of Print papers. The final print version will be identical, apart from page numbering and identification of the journal issue in which it is published.

Fast Track articles should be cited using the DOI in the following form:
Smith, J. 2018. Article title, Environment and History Ahead of Print, DOI xxxxxxxx.

Papers are removed from this list after final publication in a specific journal issue. As there is now only a short delay between acceptance and Ahead of Print publication we are no longer posting authors’ pre-copyediting versions on the WHP website. Authors remain free to self-archive their accepted papers.


Biswajit Sarmah, ‘Empire, Nature and Agrarian World: A History of Rhino Preservation in the Kaziranga Game Reserve, India (1902–1938)’ accepted 24/12/2022

Anna Guasco, ‘From Devil-Fish to Friendly Whale? Encountering Gray Whales on The California Coast’ accepted 13/02/2023

Fahimeh Mofrad and Maria Ignatieva, ‘From a Grassland to a Bush Capital: A Historic Review of Canberra’s Green Infrastructure Development’ accepted 2/3/2023

Santos Casado, ‘Ecology in Transition: Fernando González Bernáldez, Scientific Modernisation and Environmental Advocacy in Late Francoist Spain, 1960–1980’ accepted 6/4/2023

Elijah Doro, ‘No Body, No Crime? Vicariously Imagining Africa’s Arsenic Century: Bovines, Arsenic Poisoning and Multi-Species Toxic Histories in Southern Rhodesia (Colonial Zimbabwe), 1900–1940s’ accepted 28/4/2023

Erland Mårald, Jimmy Jönsson, Örjan Kardell, Jörgen Sjögren and Anna Tunlid, ‘An Exotic Tree in a Foreign Country: A Cultural Biography of the Lodgepole Pine in Swedenaccepted 15/5/2023

George Vlachos, ‘A Lost Macedonian Ecosystem: The Land Reclamation and Politicisation of the Philippi Marshes in Interwar Greeceaccepted 19/7/2023

Jennifer Eaglin, ‘The Water Origins of Brazil’s Nuclear Energy Infrastructure’ accepted 4/8/2023

E. de Oliveira, A.C. Sequeira, P.M. Fernandes and M.C. Colaço, ‘The Use of Vegetation Fire in Portugal: Historical Legislative and Normative Analysis’ accepted 27/9/2023

Gergely Kunt, ‘Equality Drowned in Thermal Water – Environmental Racism and Antisemitism in the Context of Tourism-Centred Modernisation in Interwar North-East Hungaryaccepted 23/10/2023

B. McDonagh, H. Worthen, S. Mottram and S. Buxton-Hill, ‘Living With Water and Flood in Medieval and Early Modern Hullaccepted 2/10/2023

Kata Tóth, ‘Invisible Mountains? The Eastern and Southern Carpathians and their Environmental History (14th–17th Centuries)accepted 5/1/2024

Martí Serra Riera, ‘The making of the antinuclear movement in the Bay of Biscay: similar movements in different contextsaccepted 14/11/2023

Chung Hang Vincent Ho and Tsz Wing Novem Ho, ‘The Beauty of Our Hills Is Being Sacrificed’: Afforestation, Forestry and Colonial Environmentalism in British Hong Kongaccepted 13/11/2023

Jahzeel Aguilera Lara and Pedro Urquijo Torres, ‘Cosmopolitics and Environmental History. Towards a Multinatural Approachaccepted 26/10/2023

Rahul Ranjan, ‘A British Military Engineer, the Ganga and the Spectre of Control in Colonial Northern India (1839–1854)accepted 7/11/2023

Aarthi Sridhar, ‘Science, Law and the Raj: Cultural Fields of Fish(y) Factaccepted 19/12/2023

Henrice Altink, ‘Making Tourism Sustainable? Environment and Resort Tourism in Negril, Jamaica, 1970s–2002accepted 16/01/2024

David Jones and Xiaojie Li, ‘Shanghai and the Smoke Fiend: Obstacles to the Control of Urban Smoke, 1869–1943accepted 14/02/2024

Andrew Stuhl, ‘Ignorance and Environmental History: The Opening of an Arctic Offshore Oil Frontier, 1968–1976accepted 19/02/2024

Tiphaine Robert, ‘Political Acceptance of Dangerous Technology: The Example of Leaded Petrol through the Case Study of Switzerland (1921–1970)‘  accepted 19/02/2024

Kristian Mennen, ‘Agency under German Occupation: Conservationist Policy-Making in The Netherlands, 1940–1945accepted 27/02/2024

David Clayton and Florence Mok, ‘Bad Weather and State-Building: Effective Urban Water Management during a Drought in Colonial Hong Kong, 1963–1964’ accepted 29/02/2024

Lachlan Fleetwood, ‘The ‘Mystery’ of Lop Nor: Empire, Geographical ‘Problems’ and Climate Change on the Silk Roads’ accepted 22/04/2024


BOOK REVIEWS

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During production and pre-press, errors may be discovered which could affect the content. The final version will be published in a forthcoming journal issue with correct page numbers and DOI.

A. Çolak, S. Kirka and I.D. Rotherham (eds) 
Ancient Woods, Trees and Forests
PIETRO PIANA

Robert R. Crifasi
Western Water A to Z: The History, Nature, and Culture of a Vanishing Resource
KARL NYCKLEMOE

Ranjan Chakrabarti
Climate Calamity and the Wild – An Environmental History of the Bengal Delta, c. 1737–1947
IAN ROTHERHAM

Ian M. Miller 
Fir and Empire: The Transformation of Forests in Early Modern China
SHAOMING DUAN

John Dargavel
Anthropocene Days
JOHN McNEILL

Eleonor Marcussen
Acts of Aid: Politics of Relief and Reconstruction in the 1934 Bihar-Nepal Earthquake 
VIPUL SINGH

Elijah Doro
Plunder for Profit: A Socio-environmental History of Tobacco Farming in Southern Rhodesia and Zimbabwe
GIOVANNI TONOLO

Richard W. Judd
Democratic Spaces: Land Preservation in New England, 1850–2010
KARL NYCKLEMOE

David Fedman, Eleana J. Kim and Albert L. Park (eds)
Forces of Nature: New Perspectives on Korean Environments
ANNE WHITEHOUSE 

Cristina Brito
Humans and Aquatic Animals in Early Modern America and Africa
MATTHEW PLISHKA 

Edward Dallam Melillo, Ryan Tucker Jones, and James Beattie (eds) 
Migrant Ecologies: Environmental Histories of the Pacific World
CHARLES DAWSON