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Nature and its relationship to culture; human-nature relationships

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Book Marco Armiero; Roberta Biasillo; Wilko Graf von Hardenberg (2022)
Mussolini's Nature: An Environmental History of Italian Fascism. (/isis/citation/CBB022333357/) unapi

Book Peter Sutoris (2022)
Educating for the Anthropocene: Schooling and Activism in the Face of Slow Violence. (/isis/citation/CBB203858012/) unapi

Book Thomas Zeller (2022)
Consuming Landscapes: What We See When We Drive and Why It Matters. (/isis/citation/CBB495072107/) unapi

Book Anne Elyse Tuttle Mackay (2022)
Animal Encounters in Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica. (/isis/citation/CBB859245318/) unapi

Article Zoltán Boldizsár Simon; Julia Adeney Thomas (2022)
Earth System Science, Anthropocene Historiography, and Three Forms of Human Agency. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 396-406). (/isis/citation/CBB134624528/) unapi

Article Nils Chr. Stenseth; Katharine R. Dean; Barbara Bramanti (2022)
The End of Plague in Europe. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 61-72). (/isis/citation/CBB615835741/) unapi

Book David E. Nye (2022)
Seven Sublimes. (/isis/citation/CBB572761136/) unapi

Article Luke Sunderland (2022)
The Restless Orders of Nature: Multispecies Classification in Jean Corbechon's Livre des propriétés des choses. Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (pp. 253-284). (/isis/citation/CBB407006412/) unapi

Book Peter S. Alagona (2022)
The Accidental Ecosystem: People and Wildlife in American Cities. (/isis/citation/CBB499746657/) unapi

Book Jarrod Hore (2022)
Visions of Nature: How Landscape Photography Shaped Settler Colonialism. (/isis/citation/CBB045823423/) unapi

Article Fabian Kraemer; Kärin Nickelsen; Dana von Suffrin (2022)
Botany and the Science of History: Nature, Culture, and the Origins of Civilization, circa 1850–1900. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 45-62). (/isis/citation/CBB017200598/) unapi

Book Dimitris Papadopoulos; María Puig de la Bellacasa; Natasha Myers (2022)
Reactivating Elements: Chemistry, Ecology, Practice. (/isis/citation/CBB235492654/) unapi

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‘Interconnectedness with Nature’: The Imperative for an African-centered Eco-philosophy in Forest Resource Conservation in Nigeria. Ethics, Place and Environment (pp. 21-36). (/isis/citation/CBB128647908/) unapi

Book Paolo Vidali (2022)
Storia dell'idea di natura: Dal pensiero greco alla coscienza dell'Antropocene. (/isis/citation/CBB206104480/) unapi

Book Abigail Agresta; Assistant Professor of History Abigail Agresta (2022)
The Keys to Bread and Wine: Faith, Nature, and Infrastructure in Late Medieval Valencia. (/isis/citation/CBB778426768/) unapi

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Human-Animal Interactions in the Eighteenth Century: From Pests and Predators to Pets, Poems and Philosophy. (/isis/citation/CBB446524520/) unapi

Book Ryan C. Edwards (2021)
A Carceral Ecology: Ushuaia and the History of Landscape and Punishment in Argentina. (/isis/citation/CBB265022827/) unapi

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Singapore's Lost Coast: Land Reclamation, National Development and the Erasure of Human and Ecological Communities, 1822-Present. Environment and History (pp. 635-663). (/isis/citation/CBB513551518/) unapi

Book Nadine Weidman (2021)
Killer Instinct: The Popular Science of Human Nature in Twentieth-Century America. (/isis/citation/CBB223877625/) unapi

Book Lisa T. Sarasohn (2021)
Getting Under Our Skin: The Cultural and Social History of Vermin. (/isis/citation/CBB825215949/) unapi

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