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RESEARCH ARTICLES forthcoming in E&H

Hyperlinks give access to abstracts and full text of Environment and History Fast Track papers published on ingentaConnect. 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 Fast Track, 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 fast track publication on ingenta we are no longer posting authors’ pre-copyediting versions on the WHP website. Authors remain free to self-archive their accepted papers.

Miles Alexander Powell, ‘Singapore’s Lost Coast: Land Reclamation, National Development, and the Erasure of Human and Ecological Communities, 1822-Present’ accepted 31-05-2019

Xiangli Ding, ‘“The Yellow River Comes from Our Hands ”: Silt, Hydroelectricity, and the Sanmenxia Dam, 1929-1973’ accepted 05-07-2019

Camilla Mørk Røstvik, ‘“Do Not Flush Feminine Products!” The Environmental History, Biohazards and Norms Contained in the UK Sanitary Bin Industry 1960-2020’ accepted 05-07-2019

Terence Young, Alan MacEachern, Lary Dilsaver, ‘Canada-US Cooperation: From Continental Competitors to Global Partners’ accepted 05-07-2019

Maria Daniela Rivarola, Daniel Simberloff, Christy Leppanen, ‘History of Protected Areas in Argentina: A Seesaw of Shifting Priorities and Policies in a Developing Country’ accepted 19-07-2019

Giacomo Parrinello, Renaud Bécot, Marco Caligari, Ismael Yrigoy, ‘Shifting Shores of the Anthropocene: The Settlement and (Impossible) Stabilization of the North-Western Mediterranean Littoral over the 19th and 20th Centuries’ accepted 09-08-2019

Marcin Krasnodębski, ‘The social construction of pine forest wastes in southwestern France during the 19th and 20th Centuries’ accepted 09-08-2019

Michael Mann, ‘Brandis the Forgotten Botanist’ accepted 09-08-2019

Merrill Baker-Médard, ‘Of Whales and Dugongs: Examining the Rise of Colonial Conservation as Development in Madagascar’s Marine History’ accepted 04-09-2019

Andrea Gaynor, Susan Broomhall, Andrew Flack, ‘Frogs and feeling communities: a study in history of emotions and environmental history’ accepted 11-10-2019

Zachary Nowak, ‘Theorising the Natural Archive’ accepted 1-11-2019

Judith A. Bennett, ‘Growing coconut palms in the Pacific Islands: Colliding knowledge and values’ accepted 4-11-2019

Christopher Michael Aldous, ‘Replenishing the soil: food, fertilizer and soil science in Occupied Japan (1945-52)’ accepted 13-12-2019

Ive Pesa, ‘Mining, Waste and Environmental Thought on the Central African Copperbelt, 1950–2000’ accepted 18-02-2020

Andrea Elizabeth Duffy, ‘Crafting the Anthropocene: Environmental Anxieties and Climate Realities in Nineteenth-Century France’ accepted 18-02-2020

Floor Haalboom, ‘Oceans and landless farms: linking southern and northern shadow places of industrial livestock (1954-1975)’ accepted 21-02-2020

Yun Liu, ‘Voices of Protest against Industrial Pollution in Hubei, 1970s-1980s China’ accepted 05-03-2020

Doubravka Olsakova, ‘Environmental Journalism?: Radio Free Europe, Charter 77, and the Making of an Environmental Agenda’ accepted 1-11-2019

Andre Brett, Simon Ville, ‘Coping with climate extremes: Railways and pastoralism during Australia’s Federation Drought’ accepted 24-03-2020

Kazuki Okauchi, ‘Slow Development towards Park Creation: A History of the Black Forest in Post-War Germany’ accepted 26-03-2020

Jan Kunnas, Timo Myllyntaus, ‘Lessons from the Past? A Survey of Finnish Forest Utilization from the Mid-18th Century to the Present’ accepted 26-03-2020

Adi Estela Lazos Ruíz, Claudio Garibay Orozco, ‘The Great Chichimeca landscape: pre-Hispanic natural resources use’ accepted 18/05/2020

William Rankin, ‘The Accuracy Trap: The Values and Meaning of Algorithmic Mapping, from Mineral Extraction to Climate Change’ accepted 15/06/2020

John Moore Heydinger, ‘Eserewondo Ozongombe: an environmental and political history of the ovaHerero of Kaokoveld, northwest Namibia, 1800s-1940s’ accepted 02/07/2020

Shang Yuan, Edwin Schmitt, ‘The Retreat of the Human: Processes of Rewilding after Warfare in Sichuan, China’ accepted 10/08/2020

Alice Would, ‘Tactile Taxidermy: The Revival of Animal Skins in the Early Twentieth Century Museum’ accepted 16/09/2020

Claiton Marcio da Silva, Claudio de Majo, ‘The Making of a Pastureland Biome: Scientists, Grasses and Animals in the Brazilian Cerrado (1950-1970)’ accepted 09/10/2020

Loren Galesi, ‘Maize on the Move: The Role of Tropical Culitvars on European Diffusion’ accepted 09/10/2020

Jane Rowling, ‘“It’s not a reservoir; it’s valuable agricultural land”: Controlled use of water and deliberate flooding in Lincolnshire’ accepted 05/11/2020

David Anthony Bello, ‘A Trickle of Authority: The Arid Conditions of Empire in 18th Century Xinjiang’ accepted 19/11/2020

Viktor Pal, ‘Socialist Environmentalism in Cold War Hungary. Trapped between the USSR and the West’ accepted 13/01/2021

Peter Szabo, ‘The Horka litter raking incident: on foresters and peasants in nineteenth-century Moravia’ accepted 04/05/2021

Alex Standen, ‘Building a Puerto Rico ‘Better Than the One We Lost’: Hurricane San Felipe II and the Puerto Rican New Deal’ accepted 27/04/2021

Helen M. Rozwadowski, ‘Wild Blue: The Post-World War Two Ocean Frontier and Its Legacy for Law of the Sea’ accepted 17/05/2021

Kristoffer Ekberg and Martin Hultman, ‘A Question of Utter Importance. The Early History of Climate Change and Energy Policy in Sweden, 1974–1983’ accepted 10/06/2021

Dissanayake Mudiyanselage Ruwan Sampath, James Beattie, Settings Joana Gaspar de Freitas, ‘Managing Coastal Sand Drift in the Anthropocene: A case study of the Manawatū-Whanganui Dune Field, New Zealand, 1800s–2020s’ accepted 29/06/2021


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Charles-François Mathis and Émilie-Anne Pépy
Greening the City: Nature in French Towns from the 17th Century 

Rachel Rothschild
Poisonous Skies – Acid Rain and the Globalization of Pollution

Susan Hough
The Great Quake Debate. The Crusader, the Skeptic and the Rise of Modern Seismology

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

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

Nicholas B. Breyfogle and Mark Sokolsky (eds)
Readings in Water History

David Sepkoski
Catastrophic Thinking: Extinction and the Value of Diversity from Darwin to the Anthropocene

James Boyce
Imperial Mud: The Fight for the Fens

David Moon, Nicholas B. Breyfogle, Alexandra Bekasova (eds)
Place and Nature. Essays in Russian Environmental History