Behrend-Martinez, Edward

ASU

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Young Jesters and Old Fools: Jesting and Male Youth Masculinity in Seventeenth-Century England 2013 2139 During the seventeenth century, compilations of short, witty jokes emerged as a popular form of entertainment among male youth in England. These collections, known as jest-books, contained jests that mocked the social tensions that young men faced in...
Something Old In Something New: Construction of European Identity In The New World Via Conceptions of Pain And The Biocolonial Tendencies Of The Materia Medica Used In Fray Agustin Farfan's Tratado Breve De Medicina, Y De Todas Las Enfermedades 2016 208 This thesis seeks to address an important problem in the historiography of early Mexican medicine. The problem being that evidence from Agustín Farfán’s Tratado' Breve'de'Medicina suggests that medicine in the New World was decidedly European, and no...