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- Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2012; US$ 69.62
Images of peasant workers may be found throughout European history. Persons active in agriculture were often depicted as the epitomes of steadfastness and conservatism, the antithesis to modern urban life - the object of both ridicule and mythical idealization. This volume unites the macro- with the microperspectives on both German and European agrarians... more...
- University of California Press 2011; US$ 41.95
Dying on the Vine chronicles 150 years of scientific warfare against the grapevine?s worst enemy: phylloxera. In a book that is highly relevant for the wine industry today, George Gale describes the biological and economic disaster that unfolded when a tiny, root-sucking insect invaded the south of France in the 1860s, spread throughout Europe, and... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 39.95
An introductory textbook on an increasingly popular topic, this book is suitable for students with little or no background in sociology. It offers materials to aid study and a variety of approaches to a comprehensive range of topics including the world food economy, food security and diversity and local community impacts. more...
- University of California Press 2006; US$ 84.00
Agriculture is the lever with which humans transformed the earth over the last 10,000 years and created new forms of plant and animal species that have forever altered the face of the planet. In the last decade, significant technological and methodological advances in both molecular biology and archaeology have revolutionized the study of plant and... more...
- Earthscan 2006; US$ 45.00
'A magnificent book by far the best ever produced on the subject.' Samir Amin 'Replete with rich reflections on agriculture . . . It is a testament to the enormous erudition of its authors and a defense of peasant economies victimized by neoliberal policies.' Le Matin (France) A History of World Agriculture begins with the emergence... more...
- University of Alabama Press 2009; US$ 29.95
The eight case studies in this book -- each a synthesis of available knowledge about the origins of agriculture in a specific region of the globe -- enable scholars in diverse disciplines to examine humanity's transition to agricultural societies. Contributors include: Gary W. Crawford, Robin W. Dennell, and Jack R. Harlan. more...
- Cambridge University Press 2003; US$ 47.00
This 2003 volume analyzes the markets, societies, technology and colonial cultures involved in the coffee economy. more...
- University of Alabama Press 2010; US$ 40.00
Organized into four sections, the twelve chapters of Rivers of Change are concerned with prehistoric Native American societies in eastern North America and their transition from a hunting and gathering way of life to a reliance on food production. Written at different times over a decade, the chapters vary both in length and topical focus.... more...