Transnational Environments: Rethinking Nature and Politics in a Global Age

An issue of: Radical History Review

Transnational Environments
Journal Issue Volume 10, Number 2 Number: 107 Published: 2010 An issue of Radical History Review
Special Issue Editor(s): David Kinkela, Neil M. Maher

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1. Editors' Introduction–David Kinkela and Neil M. Maher

INTERVENTIONS

2. Can Capitalism Save the Planet?: On the Origins of Green Liberalism–Ted Steinberg

3. Swapping Air, Trading Places: Carbon Exchange, Climate Change Policy, and Naturalizing Markets–Mart A. Stewart

FEATURES

4. Latex and Blood: Science, Markets, and American Empire–Gregg Mitman and Paul Erickson

5. Flexible Fishing: Gender and the New Spatial Division of Labor in Eastern Indonesia's Rural Littoral–Jennifer L. Gaynor

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6. Revisiting a "World without Borders": An Interview with Donald Worster–David Kinkela and Neil M. Maher

REFLECTIONS

7. Mercury's Web: Some Reflections on Following Nature across Time and Place–Michael Egan

8. Rural Electrification as a "Bioterritorial" Technology: Redefining Space, Citizenship, and Power during the New Deal–Samer Alatout and Chelsea Schelly

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9. Contemplating Animal Histories: Pedagogy and Politics across Borders–Thomas G. Andrews

CURATED SPACES

10. Urban Images from "World View of Global Warming"–Gary Braasch

11. Vicissitudes of Urban Nature: Transitions and Transformations at a Global Scale–Matthew Gandy

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12. Commodities, Colonial Science, and Environmental Change in Latin American History–Mark Carey

13. Recent Developments in Transnational Environmental History: Labor, Settler Communities, and Comparative Histories–Sterling Evans

14. World Environmental History: Nature, Modernity, and Power–Robert B. Marks

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