International Review of Environmental History: Volume 7, Issue 1, 2021

International Review of Environmental History: Volume 7, Issue 1, 2021

Edited by: James Beattie, Ruth Morgan, Margaret Cook
 

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Arising from the ‘Placing Gender’ workshop held in Melbourne in 2018, this collection brings together contributions that demonstrate different approaches to undertaking gender analysis in environmental history. Focusing on non-Indigenous women and men in the Anglo-world from the mid-nineteenth century, some adopt new tools to excavate familiar terrain, while others listen closely to voices that have rarely been heard in the field. This issue argues that recasting the making of settler places in terms of their gendered production and experience not only enriches their own environmental history, but also broadens the historian’s enquiry to encompass the other lands implicated in the production of settler places.

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Special issue: Gender and environment – Edited by Ruth A. Morgan and Margaret Cook

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