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2022 Independent Publisher Book Award for Animals/Pets (Gold)


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Menacing Environments

Ecohorror in Contemporary Nordic Cinema

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A New Collection of Southeast Asian Writing

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How mega-dams, industrial agriculture, and other developments challenge ecosystem resilience

An Ecological History of Modern China

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A probe of the environmental and sociocultural effects of industrialization and nuclear disaster on coastal livelihoods

Fukushima Futures

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Reveals how imperial power and local resistance have shaped landscapes

Ecologies of Empire in South Asia, 1400-1900

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Highlights new directions in the field and topics of interest to undergraduate students

Sustaining Natures

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