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The price of permanence : nature and business in the New South (Bryan, William D., author.) Frost Library; GE155.S68 B79 2018
Chronicles from the environmental justice frontline (Roberts, J. Timmons.) Frost Library; GE185.L8 R63 2001
Science and environment in Chile : the politics of expert advice in a neoliberal democracy (Barandiarán, Javiera, author.) Frost Library; GE190.C5 B37 2018
Racial ecologies Frost Library; GE230 .R33 2018
Uneasy alchemy : citizens and experts in Louisiana's chemical corridor disputes (Allen, Barbara L.) Frost Library; GE235.L8 A38 2003
Nature and the environment in Amish life (McConnell, David L., 1959-, author.) Frost Library; GF80 .M373 2018
The end of man : a feminist counterapocalypse (Zylinska, Joanna, 1971-, author.) Frost Library; GF86 .Z95 2018
The American Farmer in the Eighteenth Century : A Social and Cultural History (Bushman, Richard L., author.) Frost Library; S441 .B87 2018
Campesino a campesino (Holt-Giménez, Eric.) Frost Library; S476.A1 H65 2006
Dust bowls of empire (Holleman, Hannah, author.) Frost Library; S589.75 .H655 2018