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This issue contains 17 articles in total

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  1. Introduction: Grassroots History: Global Environmental Histories from Below
  2. Global Environmental History: An Introductory Reader ed. by John R. McNeill and Alan Roe (review)
  3. Questioning the Anthropocene and Its Silences: Socioenvironmental History and the Climate Crisis
  4. The Ginger Option and Oppositional Agriculture in Postcolonial Sierra Leone
  5. Possums, Quandongs, and Kurrajongs: Wild Harvesting as a Strategy for Farming through Drought in Australia
  6. Nature in “The Jungle”: Ethnic Workers, Environmental Inequalities, and Subaltern Cultures of Nature in Chicago’s Packingtown
  7. Indigenous Landscapes in Northwestern New Spain: Environmental History through Contested Boundaries and Colonial Land Claims
  8. Workers of the World’s Oceans: A Bottom-Up Environmental History of the Pacific
  9. Placing Edomae: The Changing Environmental Relations of Tokyo’s Early Modern Fishery
  10. Environmentalism in the Interstices: California’s Salton Sea and the Borderlands of Nature and Culture
  11. Defiant: Documenting the Violation of the Natural World by Latin American Reporters
  12. Stewards of Their Island: Rastafari Women’s Activism for the Forests and Waters in Trinidad and Tobago—Social Movement Perspectives
  13. Planting and Its Discontents: Or How Nomads Produced Spaces of Resistance in China’s Erstwhile Xikang Province
  14. From a Colonial Hinterland to a Postcolonial National Economy: Jute and the Bengal Delta, 1850s to 1950s
  15. Fighting Fire with Fire: Mobile Pastoralists and French Discourse on Wildfires in Nineteenth-Century Algeria
  16. “The Revolt of the Commons”: Resilience and Conflicts in the Water Management of the Jianghan Plain in Late Imperial China
  17. An Intermittent Order Contrived on Sand: Managing Water Siltage, Locusts, and Cultivators on the Lower Yangzi in the Early 1800s
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