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Atkinson, James. “Environmental History.” Environmental History Review 16.1 (1992): 5–8. Print.
Bailes, Kendall. “Critical Issues in Environmental History.” Environmental Review: ER 6.2 (1982): 5–7. Print.
Baker, Alan, and Gideon Biger. Ideology and Landscape in Historical Perspective: Essays on the Meanings of Some Places in the Past. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992. Print.
Binnema, Theodore, and Melanie Niemi. “‘Let the Line Be Drawn Now’: Wilderness, Conservation, and the Exclusion of Aboriginal People from Banff National Park in Canada.” Environmental History 11.4 (2006): 724–750. Print.
Bocking, Stephen. “The Nature of Cities: Perspectives in Canadian Urban Environmental History.” Urban History Review 34.1 (2005): 3–8. Print.
Bristow, Tom, and Thomas H. Ford, eds. A Cultural History of Climate Change. Routledge, 2015. Print.
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Christensen, Norman. “Landscape History and Ecological Change.” Journal of Forest History 33.3 (1989): 116–125. Print.
Coates, Peter. “Emerging from the Wilderness (or, from Redwoods to Bananas): Recent Environmental History in the United States and the Rest of the Americas.” Environment and History 10.4 (2004): 407–438. Print.
Cronon, William. “The Trouble with Wilderness; Or, Getting Back to the Wrong Nature.” Environmental History 1.1 (1996): 7–28. Print.
—. “The Uses of Environmental History.” Environmental History Review 17.3 (1993): 1–22. Print.
Crosby, Alfred. Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900-1900. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Print.
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Daniels, Stephen. “Landscape History: Material and Metaphorical Regimes.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 65.1 (2006): 16–17. Print.
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Elliot, Nils Lindahl. Mediating Nature. London: Routledge, 2006. Print.
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Fay, Brian. “Introduction: Environmental History: Nature at Work.” History and Theory 42.4 (2003): 1–4. Print.
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Gregory, Ian. Historical GIS: Technologies, Methodologies, and Scholarship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. Print.
Griffiths, Tom, and Libby Robbins. Ecology and Empire: Environmental History of Settler Societies. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1997. Print.
Grove, Richard. Green Imperialism: Colonial Expansion, Tropical Island Edens and the Origins of Environmentalism, 1600-1860. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Print.
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Hadot, Pierre. The Veil of Isis: An Essay on the History of the Idea of Nature. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2008. Print.
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Halttunen, Karen. “Grounded Histories: Land and Landscape in Early America.” The William and Mary Quarterly 68.4 (2011): 513–532. Print.
Harris, Richard, and Chris Hamnett. “The Myth of the Promised Land: The Social Diffusion of Home Ownership in Britain and North America.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77.2 (1987): 173–190. Print.
Harvey, Mark. “The West, the Environment, and American History.” OAH Magazine of History 3.2 (1988): 21–27. Print.
Hays, Samuel. “Toward Integration in Environmental History.” Pacific Historical Review 70.1 (2001): 59–67. Print.
Hughes, Donald. “Ecology and Development as Narrative Themes of World History.” Environmental History Review 19.1 (1995): 1–16. Print.
—. “Three Dimensions of Environmental History.” Environment and History 14.3 (2008): 319–330. Print.
Ian, D. Rotherham. Eco-History: An Introduction to Biodiversity and Conservation. Cambridge: White Horse Press, 2014. Print.
Isenberg, Andrew C., ed. The Oxford Handbook of Environmental History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Print.
Klingle, Matthew. “Spaces of Consumption in Environmental History.” History and Theory 42.4 (2003): 94–110. Print.
Langston, Nancy. “Paradise Lost: Climate Change, Boreal Forests, and Environmental History.” Environmental History 14.4 (2009): 641–650. Print.
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Lee, Tom. “Burrows and Burrs: A Perceptual History.” Environmental Humanities 1.1 (2012): 57–68. Print.
Lewis, Chris. “Telling Stories about the Future: Environmental History and Apocalyptic Science.” Environmental History Review 17.3 (1993): 43–60. Print.
Lubken, Uwe, and Christof Mauch. “Uncertain Environments: Natural Hazards, Risk and Insurance in Historical Perspective.” Environment and History 17.1 (2011): 1–12. Print.
Mauch, Christof et al., eds. “Making Tracks: Human and Environmental Histories.” Rachel Carson Center Perspectives 5 (2013): 1–138. Print.
Mavhunga, Clapperton, and Helmuth Trischler, eds. “Energy (and) Colonialism, Energy (In)Dependence.” Rachel Carson Center Perspectives 5 (2014): 1–56. Print.
McNeill, J. R. “Observations on the Nature and Culture of Environmental History.” History and Theory 42.4 (2003): 5–43. Print.
McNeill, J.R. “The State of the Field of Environmental History.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 35.1 (2010): 345–374. Print.
Melosi, Martin. “Equity, Eco-Racism and Environmental History.” Environmental History Review 19.3 (1995): 1–16. Print.
—. “The Place of the City in Environmental History.” Environmental History Review 17.1 (1993): 1–23. Print.
Merchant, Carolyn. “Gender and Environmental History.” The Journal of American History 76.4 (1990): 1117–1121. Print.
—. “Shades of Darkness: Race and Environmental History.” Environmental History 8.3 (2003): 380–394. Print.
Moore, Jason. “‘The Modern World-System’ as Environmental History? Ecology and the Rise of Capitalism.” Theory and Society 32.3 (2003): 307–377. Print.
Mosley, Stephen. “Common Ground: Integrating Social and Environmental History.” Journal of Social History 39.3 (2006): 915–933. Print.
Muir, Cameron. The Broken Promise of Agricultural Progress: An Environmental History. London: Routledge, 2014. Print.
Mulvihill, P.R., D.C. Baker, and W.R. Morrison. “A Conceptual Framework for Environmental History in Canada’s North.” Environmental History 6.4 (2001): 611–626. Print.
Nash, Roderick. “The American Wilderness in Historical Perspective.” Forest History 6.4 (1963): 2–13. Print.
—. “The Value of Wilderness.” Environmental Review: ER 1.3 (1976): 14–25. Print.
Oelschlaeger, Max. The Idea of Wilderness: From Prehistory to the Age of Ecology. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993. Print.
Opp, James. Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010. Print.
Pawson, Eric, and Stephen Dovers. “Environmental History and the Challenges of Interdisciplinarity: An Antipodean Perspective.” Environment and History 9.1 (2003): 53–75. Print.
Poitras, Claire. “L’histoire Urbaine Environnementale Au Québec. Un Domaine de Recherche En Émergence.” Globe: Revue internationale d’études québécoises 9.1 (2006): 93. Print.
Quivik, Fredric. “Landscapes as Industrial Artifacts: Lessons from Environmental History.” IA- The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology 26.2 (2000): 55–64. Print.
Rajan, Ravi. “The Ends of Environmental History: Some Questions.” Environment and History 3.2 (1997): 245–252. Print.
Richards, John. The Unending Frontier: An Environmental History of the Early Modern World. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003. Print.
Robert, Jean-Claude. “L’histoire Environnementale et L’historiographie Du Québec.” Globe: Revue internationale d’études québécoises 9.1 (2006): 237. Print.
Rosen, Christine, and Joel Tarr. “The Importance of an Urban Perspective in Environmental History.” Journal of Urban History 20.3 (1994): 299–310. Print.
Sachs, Aaron. “The Ultimate ‘Other’: Post-Colonialism and Alexander Von Humboldt’s Ecological Relationship with Nature.” History and Theory 42.4 (2003): 111–135. Print.
Sherwood, Morgan. “The End of American Wilderness.” Environmental Review: ER 9.3 (1985): 197–209. Print.
Sörlin, Sverker. “The Contemporaneity of Environmental History: Negotiating Scholarship, Useful History, and the New Human Condition.” Journal of Contemporary History 46.3 (2011): 610–630. Print.
Sörlin, Sverker, and Paul Warde. “The Problem of the Problem of Environmental History: A Re-Reading of the Field.” Environmental History 12.1 (2007): 107–130. Print.
Stewart, Mart. “Environmental History: Profile of a Developing Field.” The History Teacher 31.3 (1998): 351–368. Print.
Stewart, Pamela, and Andrew Strathern. Landscape, Memory and History: Anthropological Perspectives. London: Pluto, 2003. Print.
Stine, Jeffrey. “Placing Environmental History on Display.” Environmental History 7.4 (2002): 566–588. Print.
Strasser, Bruno. “Collecting Nature: Practices, Styles, and Narratives.” Osiris 27.1 (2012): 303–340. Print.
Turner, James. “From Woodcraft to ‘Leave No Trace’: Wilderness, Consumerism, and Environmentalism in Twentieth-Century America.” Environmental History 7.3 (2002): 462–484. Print.
Tvedt, Terje. “‘Water Systems’, Environmental History and the Deconstruction of Nature.” Environment and History 16.2 (2010): 143–166. Print.
Uekoetter, Frank. “Confronting the Pitfalls of Current Environmental History: An Argument for an Organisational Approach.” Environment and History 4.1 (1998): 31–52. Print.
Walliss, Jillian. “Exhibiting Environmental History: The Challenge of Representing Nation.” Environment and History 18.3 (2012): 423–445. Print.
Watson, Fiona. “Environmental History.” The Scottish Historical Review 82.214 (2003): 285–294. Print.
Weiner, Douglas. “A Death-Defying Attempt to Articulate a Coherent Definition of Environmental History.” Environmental History 10.3 (2005): 404–420. Print.
White, Richard. “Environmental History, Ecology, and Meaning.” The Journal of American History 76.4 (1990): 1111–1116. Print.
Williams, Michael. “A New Look at Global Forest Histories of Land Clearing.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 33.1 (2008): 345–367. Print.
Worster, Donald, ed. The Ends of the Earth: Perspectives on Modern Environmental History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989. Print.
Wynn, Graeme. “‘On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic’ in Environmental History.” Environment and History 10.2 (2004): 133–151. Print.
Zink, Michel. “Nature et Sentiment.” Littérature 130 (2003): 39–47. Print.

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