The longer the time-depth considered, the more human history can be seen to be dependent on the beneficence of the planet we inhabit. Yet the great majority of historians of Southeast Asia focus on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and have little contact with those we call pre-historians, let alone seismologists, geologists, life scientists and climatologists.
|Title of host publication
|Environment, Trade and Society in Southeast Asia: A Longue Duree Perspective
|David Henley and Henk Schulte Nordholt
|Place of Publication
|Published - 2015