Empire And Environmental Anxiety: Health, Science, Art and Conservation in South Asia and Australasia, 1800-1920 by J. BeattieEmpire And Environmental Anxiety: Health, Science, Art and Conservation in South Asia and Australasia, 1800-1920 by J. Beattie

Empire And Environmental Anxiety: Health, Science, Art and Conservation in South Asia and…

byJ. BeattieEditorMegan Vaughan, Richard Drayton

Hardcover | May 25, 2011

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A new interpretation of imperialism and environmental change, and the anxieties imperialism generated through environmental transformation and interaction with unknown landscapes. Tying together South Asia and Australasia, this book demonstrates how environmental anxieties led to increasing state resource management, conservation, and urban reform.
JAMES BEATTIE has published nearly forty articles and chapters on Asian and Australasian environmental history, garden history, medical history, history of science and Asian art collecting, and sits on the editorial panels of several international journals, including Environment and History and New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies. He...
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Title:Empire And Environmental Anxiety: Health, Science, Art and Conservation in South Asia and…Format:HardcoverDimensions:312 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0 inPublished:May 25, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230553206

ISBN - 13:9780230553200

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Table of Contents

Dedication
List of Figures
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Notes on the Author
Introduction
Origins of Environmental Anxieties
Imperial Health Anxieties
Colonial Aesthetic Anxieties
Scottish-trained Doctors: Environmental Anxieties and Imperial Development, 1780s-1870s
German Science and Imperial Forestry, 1840s-1900s
South Asian and Australasian Forestry: Anxieties and Exchanges, 1870s-1920s
Thwarting Imperial Agricultural Development: The Spectre of Drifting Sands, 1800s-1920s
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index