Book Review – The Discourse of Environmental Collapse: Imagining The End, Edited by Alison E. Vogellar, Brack W. Hale and Alexandra Peat
Keywords:climate change, ecology, anthropology,
AbstractPunyashree Panda from the School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Management at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar reviews The Discourse of Environmental Collapse: Imagining The End, Edited by Alison E. Vogellar, Brack W. Hale and Alexandra Peat. [Read more on PDF]
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