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Cambridge University Press

An Environmental History of Latin America

An Environmental History of Latin America

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This book narrates the mutually mortal historical contest between humans and nature in Latin America. Covering a period that begins with Amerindian civilizations and concludes in the region's present urban agglomerations, the work offers an original synthesis of the current scholarship on Latin America's environmental history and argues that tropical nature played a central role in shaping the region's historical development. Seeing Latin America's environmental past from the perspective of many centuries illustrates that human civilizations, ancient and modern, have been simultaneously more powerful and more vulnerable than previously thought.

Author: Shawn William Miller
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Published: 09/10/2007
Pages: 272
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.08lbs
Size: 9.42h x 6.36w x 0.81d
ISBN: 9780521848534

About the Author
Miller, Shawn William: - Shawn W. Miller is the author of Fruitless Trees: Portuguese Conservation and Brazil's Colonial Timber (2000), and has published on Latin America's environmental history in the Hispanic American Historical Review, Forest and Conservation History, and Colonial Latin American Historical Review.

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