British Environmental History

Van Lieshout, Carry (2016). British Environmental History. Areas: revista internacional de ciencias sociales, 35 pp. 27–35.

URL: https://revistas.um.es/areas/article/view/279131

Abstract

This article explores the current state of the field of environmental history in Britain, focusing on current trends. The field is consolidating, with a more visible presence at British universities, and a notable switch to the study of environmental histories of Great Britain itself. There is still considerable cross-over with related fields, in particular historical geography, economic history, and regional histories. Current themes in environmental history revolve around questions of climate, water, and energy. In addition, the field is addressing previous criticism related to the absence of social theories, and integrates the human world while remaining a sense of agency of nature.

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