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Professor Mónica Domínguez Torres contributed her article "Mastery, Artifice, and the Natural Order: A Jewel from the Early Modern Pearl Industry" to The Oxford Handbook of History and Material Culture, published by Oxford University Press in June.
In the article, Domínguez Torres unveils how the "pearl trade had become one of the most brutal forms of human exploitation."
This article directly relates to her upcoming book Pearls for the Crown: European Courtly Art and the Atlantic Pearl Trade, 1498-1720.
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