Plants and society
My research centers on the history of how humans perceive, alter or manage the natural world, and how the natural world alters the way people live and think. Research methodologies in environmental history include interviews, analyses of cultural and natural archives, as well as field and laboratory observations.
- Applying the Environmental Humanities
Kueffer, C; Foret, P; Hall, M; Wiedmer, C
GAIA-ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES FOR SCIENCE AND SOCIETY, 27 (2):254-256; 10.14512/gaia.27.2.16 2018
- Seeing the Environment through the Humanities
Hall, Marcus; Foret, Philippe; Kueffer, Christoph; et al.
GAIA-ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES FOR SCIENCE AND SOCIETY, 24 (2): 134-136 2015 (Details)
- The changing role of history in restoration ecology
Higgs, Eric; Falk, Donald A.; Guerrini, Anita; et al.
FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 12 (9): 499-506 NOV 2014 Review (Details)
- Developing the Environmental Humanities: A Swiss Perspective
Foret, Philippe; Hall, Marcus; Kueffer, Christoph
GAIA-ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES FOR SCIENCE AND SOCIETY 23(1):67-69 2014 Article (Details)
- Crossing Mountains: The Challenges of Doing Environmental History
Hall M., Kupper P. eds.
Rachel Carson Center Perspectives Series, 4. Munich. (2014)
- Knowing Global Environments: New Historical Perspectives on the Field Sciences
ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY, 16 (3): 536-537 JUL 2011 (Details)
- Shaky Colonialism: The 1746 Earthquake-Tsunami in Lima, Peru, and Its Long Aftermath
ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY 14 (4): 754-756 OCT 2009 (Details)
- Ecological restoration and rewilding
- Management of alien invasive species
- Environmental effects of war
- Malaria control with pesticides
Cooperation with ecologists, evolutionary biologists, palaeobotanists, environnmentalists