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Journal Article

Citation

Bess MK, Enciso F. J. Transp. Hist. 2017; 38(2): 272-280.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2017, SAGE Publishing)

DOI

10.1177/0022526617725281

PMID

unavailable

Abstract

Scholarship on the drug trade shares points of convergence with work on mobilities studies and transport history, particularly in the study of the production, commerce, and consumption of licit and illicit drugs in spatial and geographical context. The visibility of the connections between drugs studies and mobility and transport history has become more evident very recently, in part, because of the novelty of both areas of study. The authors identify literature intended to offer a bridge and foster a discussion among specialists in these distinct fields.


Language: en

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