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"Mitman's research, nuanced and satisfying, contributes to both film theory and ecocritical theory and explores the ways in which they should not be separated." -Stephanie Lyells, Journal of Ecocriticism, January 2012

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Gregg Mitman is William Coleman Professor of the History of Science and Interim Director of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Great book!! Nov. 8 2012
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I ordered this book just to get a feel on how nature filming has progressed and where its roots lay. I was blown away by how in depth this book really was. I would suggest this book to anyone that wants to know about the history of wildlife film making and the people who made it happen.
Detailed view into the history of Wildlife filmmaking Aug. 23 2010
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This is a great book for learning about the full, detailed history of wildlife filmmaking. It outlines the controversies and debates on how to go about bringing wildlife to the public. An entertaining read.