Environment, power, and injustice : a South African history
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Environment, power, and injustice : a South African history / Nancy J. Jacobs.
|Main author:||Jacobs, Nancy Joy.|
Table of Contents:
- Approaching Kuruman
- Goat people and Fish people on the agro-pastoral frontier, c. 1750-1830
- Intensification and social innovation on the Cape frontier, 1820's-1884
- Colonial annexation: land alienation and environmental administration, 1884-1894
- Environmental trauma, colonial rule, and the failure of extensive food production, 1895-1903
- The environmental history of a "labor reservoir," 1903-1970s
- Apportioning water, dividing land: segregation, 1910-1977
- Betterment and the Bophuthatswana donkey massacre: the environmental rights of tribal subjects, 1940s-1983
- Retrospectives on socio-environmental history and socio-environmental justice.