James C. Malin (1893-1979) was a pioneering historian of the Midwest, trained in ecology, agronomy, and social science methodology. His holistic view of human and natural history produced brilliant and still controversial interpretations. This collection makes accessible a broad selection from among his eighteen books and nearly one hundred articles.[Was Kansas a child of Now England:a#39; In this sprightly essay, James Malin answers this perennial question in his characteristically oblique manner by describing the factors of ecology, demography, and technology that shaped Kansas cultureanbsp;...
|Title||:||History and Ecology|
|Author||:||James Claude Malin|
|Publisher||:||U of Nebraska Press - 1984|