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The Anthropology of Climate Change

An Historical Reader
by Michael R. Dove
 
This timely anthology brings together for the first time the most important ancient, medieval, Enlightenment, and modern scholarship for a complete anthropological evaluation of the relationship between culture and climate change.

It brings together for the first time the most important classical works and contemporary scholarship for a complete historical anthropological evaluation of the relationship between culture and climate change




The book covers the historic and prehistoric records of human impact frm and response to prior periods of climate change, including the impact and response to climate change at the local level.

The Anthropology of Climate Change discusses the impact on global debates about climate change from North-South post-colonial histories and the social dimensions of the science of climate change.

Coverage of topics such as environmental determinism, climatic events as social catalysts, climatic disasters and societal collapse, and ethno-meteorology are included.
The Anthropology of Climate Change
The Anthropology of Climate Change
An Historical Reader
by Michael R. Dove

Wiley-Blackwell, 2014

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