On Being Edgy: The Potential of Parklands and Justice in the Global South


This article assesses the impact of Jane Carruthers’ seminal book The Kruger National Park, and looks at how the social sciences may have distorted how conservation has changed over time, developed in culturally distinct circumstances, and influenced or mitigated larger environmental challenges. What would we get if we reinvigorated the history of conservation with attention to other parks in other places, particularly in the Global South?

DOI: doi.org/10.5282/rcc/6276