Saying nothing concerning the same: on dominion, purity and meat in early modern england

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Abstract

Thyis chapter attempts to highlight some of the paradoxes that surround conceptualizations of meat eating in early modern England.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRenaissance beasts: of animals, humans and other wonderful creatures
EditorsErica Fudge
Place of PublicationUrbana and Chicago
Pages70-86
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Keywords

  • meat-eating
  • early modern England
  • renaissance
  • animals
  • human dominion

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Fudge, E. (2004). Saying nothing concerning the same: on dominion, purity and meat in early modern england. In E. Fudge (Ed.), Renaissance beasts: of animals, humans and other wonderful creatures (pp. 70-86).