|Author:||Kenneth F. Kiple|
|Title:||The Caribbean Slave: A Biological History (Studies in Environment and History)|
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|ePUB size:||1730 kb|
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|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press (June 20, 2002)|
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The Caribbean Slave : A Biological History. This study focuses on the black biological experience in slavery, in the Caribbean.
Studies in environment and history (1984). In a particularly innovative chapter, he considers the epidemiological and pathological consequences of the middle passage for newly enslaved blacks
This study focuses on the black biological experience in slavery, in the Caribbean.
Fellow National Endowment of the Humanities, 1983-1984, 88, grantee, 1989-1990; Guggenheim fellow, 1989-1990; grantee The National Library Medicine, National Institutes of Health, 1991-1992. Member American History Association, Conference on Latin America History, American Association for History Medicine (chairman ethics committee since 1990), Southern History Association. The Cambridge World History of Human Disease) Author: Kenneth F. Kiple published on (March, 1993).
Bilgisayar Dünyası Genel. The Caribbean Slave A Biological History. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. In a particularly innovative chapter, he considers the epidemiological and pathological consequences of the middle passage for newly enslaved blacks. The balance of the book is devoted to the health of the black slave in the West Indies