The Sugar Cane Industry
An Historical Geography from Its Origins to 1914
(Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography, 12)
J. H. (Jock) Galloway is a professor and graduate coordinator in the Department of Geography at the University of Toronto. He is a leading researcher in the historical geography of Brazil and the Carribean and the sugar cane industry, and has published numerous articles on the subject.
Most of his published work covers the sugar cane industry from the 17th century forward. In addition to his book: The Sugar Cane Industry, Jock has recently contributed chapters to The Cambridge World History of Food and Nutrition, The Technological Revolution in the Sugar Cane Industry During the Seventeenth Century, the Annals of the Association of American Geographers, and Slaves With or Without Sugar.