Edited by Mark Cioc, University of California, Santa Cruz
***EH looking for Editor-Elect***
Environmental History is the leading journal in the world for scholars, scientists, and practitioners who are interested in following the development of this exciting new field. EH carries international articles that portray human interactions with the natural world over time.
Environmental History is an interdisciplinary quarterly publication. Insights from history, geography, anthropology, the natural sciences, and many other disciplines are included. EH features original articles and timely book reviews, and news of the latest scholarship and archival acquisitions is reported in the Biblioscope. EH is copublished by the Forest History Society and the American Society for Environmental History in association with History Cooperative.
Environmental History is indexed/abstracted in the following: AGRICOLA, America: History and Life, Environmental Bibliography, Forest Products Abstracts, Forestry Abstracts, GEOBASE, Historical Abstracts, and Social Sciences in Forestry.
For a sample of the exciting contents of Environmental History, check out the full text of our July 2002 issue. The sample issue includes articles on the relationship between consumption and the environment, the early history of Soviet forestry, the "body politics" of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the changing ethics of outdoor recreation, and the American and British responses to the Hessian fly invasion of the late 18th century -- and more.
*Full text is also available on this site for the April 2001 special issue on the forest history of Asia.