In this Book
In a preface to the second edition, Merchant introduces new ideas about narrating environmental change based on gender and the dialectics of transformation, while the revised epilogue situates New England in the context of twenty-first-century globalization and climate change. Merchant argues that past ways of relating to the land could become an inspiration for renewing resources and achieving sustainability in the future.
Table of Contents
- PART ONE: The Colonial Ecological Revolution
- pp. 27-28
- PART TWO: The Capitalist Ecological Revolution
- pp. 147-148