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The Anthrozoology Podcast: The Great Hog Eating Confederacy Part 1 #11

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This is a two-part conversation that asks hat do barbeque, pork, and racism in the American South have to do with anthrozoology?  As it turns out, everything. In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Tom Aiello, an author and professor of history and African American studies. Join us as we discuss his recent work on ‘The Great Hog Eating Confederacy.’   

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PodCrew:  

Kris Hill PhD Student, University of Exeter [email protected] https://katzenlife.wordpress.com/ 

Dr Michelle Szydlowski PhD Candidate, University of Exeter  [email protected]  www.internationalelephants.org  

Sarah Oxley Heaney PhD Student, University of Exeter  [email protected] www.kissingsharks.com  

Podlet Guests:  

Dr. Tom Aeillo PhD Graduate, University of Exeter 

Associate professor of history and African American studies. https://www.thomasaiellobooks.com/contact 

References and further reading  

Marjorie Spiegel (1988). The Dreaded Comparison: Human and Animal Slavery.  

Adams, Douglas. 1980. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy v2: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe. London: Pan.

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