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Trading Nature: Tahitians, Europeans, and Ecological Exchange by Jennifer Newell (review)

Trading Nature: Tahitians, Europeans, and Ecological Exchange by Jennifer Newell (review) book and media reviews 201 that avoids getting too caught up in human experience. Trading Nature the byzantine mazes that local-level seeks to illustrate and resolve the Melanesian politics are so famous for. many inadequacies that this tendency It will well serve the high school or has yielded in broadly circulating college classroom as well as any other understandings of Tahitian historical context in which climate change and encounters. Numerous facts about environmental issues are raised. various sorts of exchange are used to showcase the ways in which nature david lipset and culture are historically inter- University of Minnesota twined, as well as the ways in which influences exerted on one another *** are catalyzed by the interactions of cultural groupings with divergent Trading Nature: Tahitians, Europeans, interests, resulting in consequential and Ecological Exchange, by Jennifer legacies into the present. As Newell Newell. Honolulu: University of both argues and reveals throughout Hawai‘i Press, 2010. isbn 978-0- the text, the culturally encoded “natu- 8248-3281-0; 312 pages, illustrations, ralness” of a place plays a direct role appendixes, notes, glossary, bibliogra- in how an environment is conceived, phy, index. Cloth, us$45.00. interpreted, and interacted with. Trad- Trading Nature examines the ways in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Trading Nature: Tahitians, Europeans, and Ecological Exchange by Jennifer Newell (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 25 (1) – Mar 27, 2013

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book and media reviews 201 that avoids getting too caught up in human experience. Trading Nature the byzantine mazes that local-level seeks to illustrate and resolve the Melanesian politics are so famous for. many inadequacies that this tendency It will well serve the high school or has yielded in broadly circulating college classroom as well as any other understandings of Tahitian historical context in which climate change and encounters. Numerous facts about environmental issues are raised. various sorts of exchange are used to showcase the ways in which nature david lipset and culture are historically inter- University of Minnesota twined, as well as the ways in which influences exerted on one another *** are catalyzed by the interactions of cultural groupings with divergent Trading Nature: Tahitians, Europeans, interests, resulting in consequential and Ecological Exchange, by Jennifer legacies into the present. As Newell Newell. Honolulu: University of both argues and reveals throughout Hawai‘i Press, 2010. isbn 978-0- the text, the culturally encoded “natu- 8248-3281-0; 312 pages, illustrations, ralness” of a place plays a direct role appendixes, notes, glossary, bibliogra- in how an environment is conceived, phy, index. Cloth, us$45.00. interpreted, and interacted with. Trad- Trading Nature examines the ways in

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Published: Mar 27, 2013

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