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Document Type(s):Journal Article
Article/Chapter Title:Wild Pigs and Kings: Remembered Landscapes in Rajasthan
Journal Title:American Anthropologist
Author(s):Gold, Ann Grodzins
Religion(s):Hinduism
Date of Publication:1997
Volume:99
Issue:1
Pages:70-84
Annotation:Attempting to demonstrate the relationship between landscape, memory, and social and environmental change in Sanwar, Rajasthan, Gold, and Gujar present stories and memories of wild pigs told from different social locations. They suggest that memories of historical realities shape the present and the future, both socially and environmentally, and contend that environmental history is inextricably related to political, social, economic, and ideological history.
   
 
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