Articles

COVID-19, Climate, and White Supremacy: Multiple Crises or One? 

Eleonora Rohland

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

At the Edge of Resilience: Making Sense of COVID-19 from the Perspective of Environmental History 

Tim Soens, Raf de Bont and Maïka De Keyzer

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

“Just the Flu” in 1323? The Case study of a Highly Contagious Epidemic with Low Mortality and Its Possible Origins in Late Medieval Europe 

Martin Bauch

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

Malignant Microbes: Using Environmental History to Connect the Fields of Plant and Human Epidemiology 

Matthew Plishka

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

Politics of Movement: Exploring Passage Points in Responses to COVID-19 and the Plague in the Fifteenth-Century Netherlands 

Janna Coomans and Claire Weeda

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

Leviathan in Crisis 

Franz Mauelshagen

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

Viruses, Practices and Perception 

Sebastian Haumann

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

Urban Porosity and Material Contamination: From Cholera to COVID-19 in Copenhagen 

Mikkel Thelle and Mikkel Bille

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

Pandemics and Asymmetric Shocks: Evidence from the History of Plague in Europe and the Mediterranean 

Guido Alfani

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History

Contents 

JHES Editorial Board

2021-03-31 Volume 5 • 2020 • COVID 19 & Environmental History