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Durian and the smells of empire

Daniel Bender

About This Project

University of Toronto students may have taken one of Dr. Bender (PhD)’s Intersections, Exchanges, and Encounters in the Humanities courses. A historian, Dr. Bender ranges his focus on the histories of working class populations, the study of American culture, transnationalism, animal studies, and food history. His current research focuses on how the concept of zoos moulded the American empire and cultural experience as visions into the non-Western world.


21 January 2015

2014, Food
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