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Goodall, Heather

Telling Environmental Histories

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Telling Environmental Histories
Katie Holmes, Heather Goodall

Part I. Rivers

2. Rivers, Memory and Migrancy: Everyday Place-Making in Changing Environments
Heather Goodall

3. “Dancing to the Billabong’s Tune”: Oral History in the Environmental Histories of Murray–Darling Basin Rivers
Jodi Frawley

4. River of Many Voices: Oral and Environmental Histories of the Severn
Marianna Dudley

Part II. De/Industrialisation

5. Industrial Remains: Community Narratives of Mashapaug Pond in Providence, Rhode Island
Anne M. Valk

6. Building a Safe Space for Unsafe Memories: The Remember Bhopal Museum
Rama Lakshmi, Shalini Sharma

7. Stories of Life, Work and Nature Before and After the Clean-up of North-East England’s River Tyne, 1940–2015
Leona Skelton

8. The Deindustrialisation of Our Senses: Residual and Dominant Soundscapes in Montreal’s Point Saint-Charles District
Piyusha Chatterjee, Steven High

Part III. Living with Environmental Change

9. “Another Weed Will Come Along”: Attitudes to Weeds, Land and Community in the Victorian Mallee
Karen Twigg

10. Famine and Elephants: Remembering Place-Making Along Travancore’s Forest Fringe
Meera Anna Oommen

11. Hearing the Legacy in the Forecast: Living with Stories of the Australian Climate
Deb Anderson

12. “It’s the Devil You Know”: Environmental Stories from the Victorian Mallee
Katie Holmes

Keywords: History, Oral History, World History, Global and Transnational History, Memory Studies, History of Science

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Studies in World Environmental History
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319637723
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-63771-6

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