Monday, 27 March 2006, 12:00AM

The Pathology of Discovery and Conquest

Professor Linda Newson

This lecture examined the spread of diseases that accompanied European expansion overseas from the fifteenth century, paying particular attention to their demographic impact in Americas.

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27 March 2006

The Pathology of Discovery and Conquest
Professor Linda Newson

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