An Environmental History of the Industrial Revolution

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An Environmental History of the Industrial Revolution
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10.5446/4460 (DOI)
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2011
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English
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Niepytalska, Marta
Hahn, Alec
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2011
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Munich

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Carson Fellow John McNeill betrachtet die industrielle Revolution und wie sie wahrgenommen wurde. Er beschreibt eine Veränderung der Umwelt, aber auch, wie viele verschiedene Länder dadurch in Verbindung traten. Es findet eine globale Veränderung statt. Es stehen die einzelnen Bestandteile der industriellen Revolution im Vordergrund, wo sie herkommen und was sie verändert haben. Carson Fellow John McNeills Forschungen konzentrieren sich auf die Geschichte des Mittelmeerraums, des tropischen Atlantiks und der pazifischen Inseln.
Carson Fellow John McNeill is currently working on his new book A Global Environmental History of the Industrial Revolution. In this original project, McNeill reformulates the traditional understanding of the Industrial Revolution, exposing a profoundly ecological and environmental transformation of the world that took place not only in Europe, North America, and Japan but also in the remote places and lands from which the raw materials were extracted. Since 1985, Prof. Dr. McNeill has taught at Georgetown University, where he held the Cinco Hermanos Chair in Environmental and International Affairs before becoming a university professor in 2006.
Keywords Globaler Einfluss Veraenderung von Landschaften Industrielle Revolution Umweltgeschichte Environmental history resource use and preservation Industrial revolution raw materials
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