Title

Method and Meaning in Canadian Environmental History

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

2009

Abstract

Method and Meaning in Canadian Environmental History is an undergraduate reader that traces the relationship between nature and culture in our nation's past. Additionally, as a series of all-new essays written directly to undergraduates, it allows leading scholars to display and discuss how they do historical research. The readings offer broad temporal coverage, with case studies ranging from prehistory to the present, as well as wide geographic coverage over the community, provincial, regional and national scales. The text has a special emphasis on relating environmental history to the broader national narrative.

Notes

Dr. Alan MacEachern and Dr. William Turkel were co-editors of the book. It is not available online here. If you are affiliated with The University of Western Ontario, please use the Shared Library Catalogue's Classic Search to check whether the book is available in Western Libraries.
If you are not affiliated with The University of Western Ontario, search WorldCat to find out where you can get access to the book.

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