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Global Change History


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Global Change History

Doing Business History in the Age of Global Climate Change

John L. Brooke. Climate Change and the Course of Global History: A Rough Journey.

Taming Gaia: The History of the Dutch Lowlands as an Analogy to Global Change

Rethinking Environmental History: World-System History and Global Environmental Change. Edited by Alf Hornborg, J. R. McNeill, and Joan Martinez-Alier. Lanham, MD: Altamira Press, 2007. xvi + 406 pp. Maps, figures, tables, index. Paper $39.95

Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch. African Women: A Modern History. Translated by Beth Gillian Raps. (Social Change in Global Perspective.) Boulder, Colo.: Westview of HarperCollins. 1997. Pp. xviii, 308. Cloth $69.95, paper $24.95

The Callendar Effect: The Life and Work of Guy Stewart Callendar (1898–1964), the Scientist Who Established the Carbon Dioxide Theory of Climate Change. By James Rodger Fleming. Illustrations, appendices, notes, and index. and Intimate Universality: Local and Global Themes in the History of Weather and Climate. Edited by James Rodger Fleming, Vladimir Jankovic, and Deborah R. Coen. Illustrations, maps, tables, notes, and index

African Savannas: Global narratives and local knowledge of environmental change, edited by Thomas J. Bassett and Donald Crummey. Oxford: James Currey and Portsmouth NH: Heinemann, 2003. xviii + 270 pp. £45.00 hardback, £16.95 paperback. ISBN 0-85255-429-X (hardback), ISBN 0-85255-424-9 (paperback).
 Social History and African Environments, edited by William Beinart and JoAnn McGregor. Oxford: James Currey, Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, and Cape Town: David Philip, 2003. xii + 275 pp. £45.00 hardback, £18.95 paperback. ISBN 0-85255-951-8 (hardback), ISBN 0-85255-950-X (paperback)

 

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