The consequences of past climate change for state formation and security in southern Africa

@inproceedings{Hannaford2015TheCO,
  title={The consequences of past climate change for state formation and security in southern Africa},
  author={Matthew J. Hannaford},
  year={2015}
}
Considerable research has been undertaken into the nature and consequences of contemporary and future global climate change, yet detailed regional studies concerning these dynamics prior to the twentieth century have only recently begun to emerge. This thesis investigates this historical climate-society interface over a c. 400- year period of socio-political change in southeast Africa. This spans the development, expansion and impoverishment of African state structures, and the arrival of the… CONTINUE READING

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