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Vol.20 No.1, February 2014

Nature and Nation

Editorial Introduction by Marco Armiero and Wilko Graf von Hardenberg

Nation and Nature Preservation in France and England in the Nineteenth Century. Charles-François Mathis

‘The holy property of the entirety of the people’: The Struggle for the ‘German Forest’ in Prussia, 1871–1914. Jeffrey K. Wilson

‘Not A Drop of Water...’: State, Modernity and the Production of Nature in Spain, 1898–2010. Erik Swyngedouw

The Aesthetics of the Volga and National Narratives in Russia. Dorothy Zeisler-Vralsted

Nature and Identity in the Construction of the Romanian Concept of Nation. Valentin Quintus Nicolescu

On History, Nature and Nation. An Interview with David Blackbourn by Marco Armiero and Wilko Graf von Hardenberg

BOOK REVIEWS

Bernhard Gissibl, Sabine Hoehler and Patrick Kupper (eds.), Civilizing Nature; National Parks in Global Historical Perspective (John Sheail)
Deborah R. Coen, The Earthquake Observers: Disaster Science from Lisbon to Richter (David K. Chester)
Ellen Fenzel Arnold, Negotiating the Landscape. Environment and Monastic Identity in the Medieval Ardennes (Nicolas Schroeder)
Christina Folke Ax, NielsBrimnes, Niklas Thode Jensen and Karen Oslund, eds., Cultivating the Colonies: Colonial States and Their Environmental Legacies (Troy Vettese)

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Vol.20 No.2, May 2014

Sheffield's Great Flood of 1864: Engineering Failure and the Municipalisation of Water. Shane Ewen

Fluvial Landscape and the State: Property and the Gangetic Diaras in Colonial India, 1790s-1890s. Nitin Sinha

'Never such weather known in these seas': Climatic Fluctuations and the Anglo-Dutch Wars of the Seventeenth Century, 1652-1674. Dagomar Degroot

Human Agency and Exotic Birds in New Zealand. Paul Star

BOOK REVIEWS

Daniel E. Orenstein, Allon Tal and Char Miller, eds., Between Ruin and Restoration: An Environmental History of Israel (Peter Collier)
Emily O'Gorman, Flood Country: An Environmental History of the Murray-Darling Basin (Neil Macdonald)
Chris Pearson, Mobilizing Nature: The Environmental History of War and Militarization in Modern France (Tamara L. Whited)
John Wills, US Environmental History: Inviting Doomsday (Char Miller)
Christopher C. Sellers, Crabgrass Crucible: Suburban Nature and the Rise of Environmentalism in Twentieth-Century America (Andrea Gaynor)

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Vol.20 No.3, August 2014

The Grass Snake and the Basilisk: From Pre-Christian Protective House God to the Antichrist . H.J. Rob Lenders and Ingo A. W. Janssen

Looking Backwards into a Mediterranean Edge Environment: Landscape Changes in El Congost Valley (Catalonia), 1850-2005. Enric Tello, Natàlia Valldeperas, Anna Ollés, Joan Marull, Francesc Coll, Paul Warde and Paul Thomas Wilcox

The Sludge Question: The Regulation of Mine Tailings in Nineteenth-Century Victoria. Susan Lawrence and Peter Davies

Climate Variability and Societal Dynamics in Pre-Colonial Southern African History (AD 900-1840): A Synthesis and Critique. Matthew J. Hannaford, Grant R. Bigg, Julie M. Jones, Ian Phimister and Martial Staub

BOOK REVIEWS

Peter Coates, A History of Six Rivers (Craig E. Colten)
Ian Douglas, Cities: An Environmental History (Martin V. Melosi)
Scott Hess, William Wordsworth and the Ecology of Authorship (Carl J. Griffin)
Megan Kate Nelson, Ruin Nation (Kathryn Morse)
William C. Foster, Climate and Culture Change in North America AD 900-1600 (Neil Macdonald)
Annette Giesecke and Naomi Jacobs, eds., Earth Perfect? (Franklin Ginn)
Christopher Boyer (ed.), A Land Between Waters (Mikael Wolfe)
Nancy C. Unger, Beyond Nature's Housekeepers (Cecilia Gowdy-Wygant)
Sarah Johnson (compiler), Indigenous Knowledge (Stephen Bocking)
Brian Black and Michael Chiarappa, eds., Nature's Entrepôt (Roger D. Simon)

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Vol.20 No.4, November 2014

20th Anniversary Issue

Not by Human Hands: Five Technological Tenets for Environmental History in the Anthropocene. Dolly Jørgensen

Among Animals. Harriet Ritvo

Borderland, No-Man's Land, Nature's Wonderland: Troubled Humanity and Untroubled Earth. Peter Coates

Coastal Cities and Environmental Change. Stephen Mosley

Telling the Right Story: Environmental Violence and Liberation Narratives. Stefania Barca

Environmental and Veterinary History - Some Themes and Suggested Ways Forward. Karen Brown

Rethinking the British Empire through Eco-Cultural Networks: Materialist-Cultural Environmental History, Relational Connections and Agency. James Beattie, Edward Melillo and Emily O'Gorman

Climate, Change, History. James R. Fleming

BOOK REVIEWS

Hugh S. Gorman, The Story of N: A Social History of the Nitrogen Cycle and the Challenge of Sustainability (Rebecca Jones)
Richard White and Caroline M. Ford, eds., Playing in the Bush: Recreation and National Parks in New South Wales (Patrick Kupper)
Tom Williamson, Environment, Society and Landscape in Early Medieval England: Time and Topography (Simon Draper)

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