Colonized Bodies, Worlds Transformed

Colonized Bodies, Worlds Transformed

"This book merges bioarchaeology and historical archaeology to examine changes to diet, mortuary practices, and diseases in post-fifteenth century colonialism from a global perspective"--Provided by publisher.

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