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Environmental history of modern migrations / edited by Marco Armiero and Richard Tucker.
London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
xv, 215 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
Emigration and immigration
Global environmental change
Armiero, Marco, 1966-
Tucker, Richard P., 1938-
Routledge environmental humanities
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Routledge environmental humanities series
"Earthscan from Routledge."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Waves of migration : settlement and creation of the Hawaiian environment / Carol MacLennan -- European immigration and changes in the landscape of southern Brazil / Eunice Sueli Nodari and Miguel Mundstock Xavier de Carvalho -- Migrants and the making of the American landscape / Marco Armiero -- Making the land Russian? : migration, settlement, and environment in the Russian far east, 1860-1914 / Mark Sokolsky -- Coal lives : body, work and memory among Italian miners in Wallonia, Belgium / Daniele Valisena and Marco Armiero -- Riotous environments : Filipino immigrants in the fields of California / Linda L. Ivey -- Creating the threatening "others" : environment, Chinese immigrants and racist discourse in colonial Australia / Fei Sheng -- Nativist politics and environmental privilege : ecological and cultural conflicts concerning Latin American migration to the United States / David Naguib Pellow and Lisa Sun-Hee Park -- Environmental degradation as a cause of migration : cautionary tales from Brazil / Angus Wright -- The ecological and social vulnerability of the Three Gorges resettlement area in China, 1992-2012 / Ying Xing -- Archaeologies of the future : tracing the lineage of contemporary discourses on the climate-migration nexus / Giovanni Bettini.
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