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Body and Place


Envisioning future directions for environmental history presents little difficulty; rather, the challenge lies in elucidating the details of the routes it will travel and the setbacks it might encounter. Environmental history will become increasingly interconnected with other disciplines. What follows is a brief examination of some of the field's strengths, one example of a future path, and some obstacles to its continuing journey.

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Jones, Susan D. 2005. "Body and Place." Environmental History (January): 47-49. http://www.jstor.org/stable/view/3985839

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