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Title Ecological nationalisms : nature, livelihoods, and identities in South Asia / edited by Gunnel Cederlof and K. Sivaramakrishnan.
Published Seattle : University of Washington Press, c2006
Detail xiii, 399 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
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Added Author Cederlof, Gunnel
  Sivaramakrishnan, K., 1957-
  Sivaramakrishnan, K. Introduction : ecological nationalisms : claiming nature for making history p. 1
  Morrison, Kathleen D. Environmental history, the spice trade, and the state in South India p. 43
  Cederlof, Gunnel. The Toda tiger : debates on custom, utility, and rights in nature, South India 1820-1843 p. 65
  Geiser, Urs. Contested forests in North-West Pakistan : the bureaucracy between the "ecological," the "national," and the realities of a nation's frontier p. 90
  Damodaran, Vinita. Indigenous forests : rights, discourses, and resistance in Chotanagpur, 1860-2002 p. 115
  Linkenbach, Antje. Nature and politics : the case of Uttarakhand, North India p. 151
  Karlsson, Bengt G. Indigenous natures : forest and community dynamics in Meghalaya, North-East India p. 170
  Garcia, Claude A. Sacred forests of Kodagu : ecological value and social role p. 199
  Hoeppe, Gotz. Knowledge against the state : local perceptions of government interventions in the fishery (Kerala, India) p. 233
  Mey, Wolfgang. Shifting cultivation, images, and development in the Chittagong Hill tracts of Bangladesh p. 255
  Southwold-Llewellyn, Sarah. Forest management in a Pukhtun community : the constructions of identities p. 274
  Bhatt, Nina. "There is no life without wildlife" : national parks and national identity in Bardia National Park, Western Nepal p. 297
  aCederlof, Gunnel. Introduction : ecological nationalisms : claiming nature for making history p. 1
  Pascal, J.-P. Sacred forests of Kodagu : ecological value and social role p. 199
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