English (United States)
Porcine Empires is an environmental history of the role of pigs in the Spanish colonization of the New World. By tracing the socio-cultural and environmental contexts of southwestern Spain, the island of La Gomera, and colonial Latin America, this thesis traces the cultivation of the early modern human-animal relationship between people and pigs in the Atlantic world.
O'Hara, Keith Cocozza, "Porcine Empires: An Environmental History of Pigs in the Spanish Colonization of the New World, 1493-1800" (2019). Honors Theses - All. 2249.
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