The Meat of the Story: Cattle Capitalism, Nutrition Science and Veterinary Public Health in Nigerian History, 1878–1960

Auteur Oluwaseun otosede WILLIAMS
Directeur /trice Dr. Aidan Russell
Co-directeur(s) /trice(s) Prof. Vinh-Kim Nguyen
Résumé de la thèse

The study explores the social histories of colonial veterinary and nutrition sciences vis-a-vis livestock capitalism in Nigeria within the context of the entangled relationship between human and animal health. Using meat as a window on the British colonial empire, and by adopting the more-than-human perspectives of multispecies studies, I am centering the intersections of human and animal health, taking animals as veritable subjects and agents of historical change as much as humans.

Statut au milieu
Délai administratif de soutenance de thèse 2024
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