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American Drugs and Early Modern Europe: New Ways of Telling an Old Story

AuthorsPardo-Tomás, José
Issue Date2017
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationAmbix (64/4) : 375-377 (2017)
AbstractA significant proportion of our discipline's future lies, of course, in an enormous capacity for finding and telling new stories, but another large proportion undoubtedly relies on devising new and fresh ways in which old stories can be retold. The two books reviewed here are excellent examples of this second kind, telling well-known stories about the European reception of American drugs, but advancing our understanding in doing so. Notably, both authors attempt to avoid the Eurocentric character of previous narratives, filled as they are with historical clichés and remnants of colonial thinking.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1080/00026980.2017.1385897
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