By: Ramachandra Guha(Author)
240 pages, 1 illustration, 1 map, 14 tables
This new, expanded edition of The Unquiet Woods, Ramachandra Guha's pathbreaking study of peasant movements against commercial forestry, offers a new epilogue that brings the story of Himalayan social protest up-to-date, reflecting the Chipko movement's continuing influence in the wider world. A new appendix charts the progress of environmental history in India. The bibliography and index have been revised and updated.
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Ramachandra Guha is a historian and journalist living in Bangalore, India.
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