PEOPLE AND NATURE IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

PEOPLE AND NATURE IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Szerkesztette: József Laszlovszky, Péter Szabó

Archaeolingua – Central European University, 2003

 

This volume aims to present the wide variety of methods and approaches (historical, archaeological, and natural scientific) now available to scholars studying the relationship between people and nature throughout history. The book consists of two major parts. The general articles in the first section present broader frameworks of understanding in this field. The second section contains works representing individual examples of methods and analytical case studies. The emphasis is on the Middle Ages, however, case studies range from the Neolithic to the present day. A specialty of the book that it also focuses on Central and Eastern Europe, a hitherto neglected region in environmental history. It is hoped that this volume will serve as a handbook for scholars interested in human–nature interactions in the past.

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Introduction
Richard C. Hoffmann

Frameworks of Understanding
Verena Winiwarter
Approaches to Environmental History: A Field Guide to Its Concepts

László Bartosiewicz
People and Animals: The Archaeozoologist’s Perspective

Gerhard Jaritz
Archaeology and Landscape Studies in Europe: Approaches and Concepts
Martin Gojda Nature Images – Image Nature:
Visual Representations and Their Function in the Late Middle Ages

Richard W. Unger
The Economy, Technical Change, and the Environment:
Theories and Applications

József Laszlovszky
Space and Place, Object and Text:
Human-Nature Interaction and Topographical Studies

People and the Environment – Natural Scientific Studies
László Bartosiewicz
Urban Landscapes and Animals

Erika Gál
Adaptation of Different Bird Species to Human Environments

Alice Choyke
Backward Reflections on Ancient Environments:
What Can We Learn from Bone Tools?

Marianna Bálint
Landscape Development and Soil Formation in the Danube-Tisza Interfluve

András Grynaeus
Dendrochronology and Environmental History

Historical Climate Studies
Rudolf Brázdil
Historical Climatology and Its Progress after 1990

Lajos Rácz
The Climate History of Central Europe in the Modern Age

Dionysios Stathakopoulos
Reconstructing the Climate of the Byzantine World:
State of the Question and Case Studies

Elements of Nature in Historical-Spatial Contexts
Péter Szabó
Sources for the Historian of Medieval Woodland

Károly Takács
Medieval Hydraulic Systems in Hungary: Written Sources, Archaeology and Interpretation

Edit Sárosi
Landscape and the Possibilities of Archaeological Topography

Csilla Zatykó
Medieval Villages and Their Landscape: Methods of Reconstruction

Ülle Sillasoo
Plant Depictions in Late Medieval Religious Art


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Formátum: B/5
Megjelenés éve: 2003
Terjedelem: 394 oldal
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978-963-9241-86-2
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Archaeolingua
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4 901
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