Storia Economica E Ambiente Italiano Ca 1400 1850

Autore: Guido Alfani
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8856847086
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Strategie Famigliari E Patrimoniali Nella Svizzera Italiana 1400 2000 Quadro Concettuale E Istituzionale

Autore: Mauro Baranzini
Editore: Storia e Letteratura
ISBN: 9788884984913
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L Indice Dei Libri Del Mese

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Commercial Networks And European Cities 1400 1800

Autore: Andrea Caracausi
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1317318617
Grandezza: 61,63 MB
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Merchant networks generated trade and the exchange of goods between the cities of early modern Europe. This collection of essays analyses these commercial networks, focusing on the roles of kinship, origin, religion and business in creating and maintaining urban economies.

Library Catalog Of The Metropolitan Museum Of Art New York

Autore: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). Library
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ISBN: 9780783820620
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Famine In European History

Autore: Guido Alfani
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107179939
Grandezza: 51,11 MB
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This is the first systematic study of famines in all parts of Europe from the Middle Ages until the present. In case studies ranging from Scandinavia and Italy to Ireland and Russia, leading scholars compare the characteristics, consequences and causes of famine. The famines they describe differ greatly in size, duration and context; in many cases the damage wrought by poor harvests was confounded by war. The roles of human action, malfunctioning markets and poor relief are a recurring theme. The chapters also take full account of demographic, institutional, economic, social and cultural aspects, providing a wealth of new information which is organized and analysed within a comparative framework. Famine in European History represents a significant new contribution to demographic history, and will be of interest to all those who want to discover more about famines - truly horrific events which, for centuries, have been a recurring curse for the Europeans.

Handbook Of Regenerative Landscape Design

Autore: Robert L. France
Editore: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420008739
Grandezza: 57,90 MB
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What if environmentally damaged landscapes could not only be remediated from an ecological standpoint, but also designed to replenish an entire community as well as the nature surrounding it? The Handbook of Regenerative Landscape Design incorporates ecology, engineering, sociology, and design elements into a new paradigm for environmental restoration and the renewal of urban and cultural sites. This is the first resource in the field to examine the collaborative roles of scientists, landscape architects, and urban planners in transforming degraded landscapes into sustainable communities for both people and wildlife. Top practitioners and theorists from different fields and perspectives contribute innovative case studies that converge in their emphasis on new uses for reclaimed land, rather than a return to its original state. In addition, this book is one in only a handful to address the system conditions necessary for the repair of severely degraded landscapes, especially in an urban context. It elucidates the most suitable remediation strategies for treating degraded environments such as industrial landfills, mining sites, buried urban rivers, heavily polluted or effectively destroyed wetlands, Superfund sites, and abandoned factories. Bringing the perspectives of landscape architects, scientists, and urban planners to a wider audience, the Handbook of Regenerative Landscape Design demonstrates how ecological landscape restoration processes can facilitate sociological and urban renewal initiatives.

Calamities And The Economy In Renaissance Italy

Autore: G. Alfani
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 1137289775
Grandezza: 53,64 MB
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Italy faced a number of catastrophes in the long sixteenth century. This economic and demographic history follows the consequences of these catastrophes - the action of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse - War, Famine and Plague, all followed by Death.

Virtuous Waters

Autore: Casey Walsh
Editore: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520291735
Grandezza: 62,93 MB
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At publication date, a free ebook version of this title will be available through Luminos, University of California Press's Open Access publishing program. Visit www.luminosoa.org to learn more. Virtuous Waters is the first study of mineral waters and bathing in Mexico. It traces the evolving ideas about these waters, from European contact to the present, in order to shed new light on human-environment relations in the modern world. Our relation to water is among the most urgent of global issues, as increasing scarcity and pollution threaten food shortages, deteriorating public health, and the collapse of aquatic ecosystems. Drawing on ideas from political ecology, the author brings together an analysis of the shifts in the concept of water and a material history of environments, infrastructures, and bathing. The book analyzes a range of issues concerning complex "water cultures" that have formed around Mexican groundwaters over time and suggests that this understanding might also help us comprehend and confront the water crisis that is coming to a head in the twenty-first century.

The Silk Industry Of Renaissance Venice

Autore: Luca Molà
Editore: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801876559
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His findings contribute in an important way to the ongoing scholarly assessment of Venice's place in the economy of the Renaissance and the Mediterranean world.