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 Last Issue Issue 75 • August 2018


Jonathan Harwood
The green revolution as a process of global circulation: plants, people and practices

Marta Martín-Gabaldón
New crops, new landscapes and new socio-political relationships in the cañada de Yosotiche (Mixteca region, Oaxaca, Mexico), 16th-18th centuries

Harro Maat and Tinde van Andel
The history of the rice gene pool in Suriname: circulations of rice and people from the eighteenth century until late twentieth century

Laurent Brassart
Improving useful species: a public policy of the Directoire regime and Napoleonic Empire in Europe (1795-1815)

Joana Medrado
The Indian zebu in Brazilian lands

Michelle Lacoste Adunka and Pablo Lacoste
Dismantling the commons: the dispute between artisanal fishermen and hacendados in Chile (Boca de Rapel, 1769-1877)

Jesús Marchán
A failed outpost. Official colonization and properties in the Spanish Protectorate of Morocco (1912-1956)

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