Historical analysis in environmental law

Johannes Moreelse, Clio - Muse of History (before 1634)
A six-part series based on David Schorr, "Historical Analysis in Environmental Law", forthcoming in Oxford Handbook of Historical Legal Research (Markus Dubber & Christopher Tomlins, eds., forthcoming). The abstract is here, the paper is here and here - and the final version here.

I: Introduction

II: "The one came not near the other all the night"

III: Winds of change

IV: What is to be done? The commons, forest law, and police

V: What is to be done? Police, public health, statutory nuisances, planning and zoning, labor law, and literature

VI: What is at stake

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