Description Contents: Gellner, Ernest: Knowledge of nature and society. Janko, Jan: Two conceptions of the world in Greek and Roman thought: Cyclicity and degeneration. Mavrommatis, Lenos: Byzantine fools: The link between nature and society. Philo, Chris: The “chaotic spaces” of medieval madness: Thoughts on the English and Welsh experience. Jaritz, Gerhard, Winiwarter, Verena: On the perception of nature in a Renaissance society. Burke, Peter: Fables of the bees: A case-study on views of nature and society. Schaffer, Simon: The Earth's fertility as a social fact in early modern England. Grove, Richard: The island and the history of environmentalism: The case of St Vincent. Herlitz, Lars: Art and nature in pre-classical economics of the 17th and 18th centuries. Porter, Roy: The urban and the rustic in Enlightenment London. Engelhardt, Dietrich von: Science, society, and culture in the Romantic Naturforschung around 1800. Witoszek, Nina: The anti-Romantic Romantics: Nature, knowledge and identity in 19th-century Norway. Radkau, Joachim: The wordy worship of nature and the tacit feeling for nature in the history of German forestry. Stewart, Mart A.: “Let us begin with the weather”: Climate, race, and cultural distinctiveness in the American South. Strohmeier, Gerhard: Wild West imagery: Landscape perception in 19th-century America. Kuper, Adam: On human nature: Darwin and the anthropologists. Farber, Paul Lawrence: The siren of evolutionary ethics: Darwin to Wilson. Teich, Mikuláš: Mapping the human genome in the light of history. Borgström, Bengt-Erik: The way the world is going: The society-nature dichotomy in development rhetoric. Gustafsson, Bo: Nature and economy. Bayertz, Kurt: The nature of morality and the morality of nature: Problems of normative natural philosophy.
Review Stafford, W. (1998) Review of "Nature and society in historical context". English Historical Review (pp. 1400-1).
Review Knight, D. (1997) Review of "Nature and society in historical context". Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 627-28).