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(2015) - Journal articleThis paper will examine how animal protection investigators, lobbyists and campaigners in Scotland consider the relationship between nature and ethics. Specifically, it will look at the complex ways in which activists ...
Notaries of color in colonial Panama: Limpieza de Sangre, Legislation and Imperial Practices in the Administration of the Spanish Empire (2014-07) - Journal articleOn July 20, 1740, King Philip V of Spain was given paperwork regarding a dispute over the adjudication of a notarial office in Panama City and, as usual, he was expected to make a decision. The king also had in hand ...
Bridging worlds : movement, relatedness and social change in two communities of Cartagena de Indias Bay (University of St Andrews, 2015) - ThesisThe island of Barú, located along the Atlantic coast of Colombia, has occupied, since the colonial era, a geographical and social interstitial position. The island was a strategic space in key processes and events of ...
The perpetual return of the ancestors : an ethnographic account of the Southern Tepehuan of Mexico and their deities / Jorge Antonio Reyes Valdez (University of St Andrews, 2015) - ThesisThis thesis is an ethnographic account of the different ritual domains of interaction between the O’dam of Northern Mexico and their gods. For the O’dam, also known as the Southern Tepehuan, gods, divinities, and ...