Sources

Everything posted on this site is sourced (if you want to know the specific origin of a piece of information, contact me and I’ll be happy to share.)

For those interested, here is a partial, regularly updated list of secondary Bibliographic sources, in MLA format. All were accessed through online databases or via a public library.

 

Andrews, Jean. Peppers: The Domesticated Capsicums. Austin: University of Texas, 1984. Print.

Andrews, Jean. Red Hot Peppers. New York: Macmillan, 1993. Print.

Barboza, Gloria E., and Luciano De Bem Bianchetti. “Three New Species of Capsicum (Solanaceae) and a Key to the Wild Species from Brazil.” Systematic Botany 30.4 (2005): 863-71. Print.

DeWitt, Dave, and Paul W. Bosland. The Complete Chile Pepper Book: A Gardener’s Guide to Choosing, Growing, Preserving, and Cooking. Portland: Timber, 2009. Print.

Friese, Kurt Michael., Kraig Kraft, and Gary Paul. Nabhan. Chasing Chiles: Hot Spots along the Pepper Trail. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Pub., 2011. Print.

Minnis, Paul, and Michael Whalen. “THE FIRST PREHISPANIC CHILE “(CAPSICUM)” FROM THE U.S. SOUTHWEST/NORTHWESTMEXICO AND ITS CHANGING USE.” American Antiquity 75.2 (2010): 245-57. JStor. Web.

Norton, Marcy. “Tasting Empire: Chocolate and the European Internalization of Mesoamerican Aesthetics.” The American Historical Review 111.3 (2006): 660-91. Print.

Norton, Marcy. “Tasting Empire: Chocolate and the European Internalization of Mesoamerican Aesthetics.” The American Historical Review 111.3 (2006): 660-91. Print.

Nunn, Nathan, and Nancy Qian. “The Columbian Exchange: A History of Disease, Food, and Ideas.” The Journal of Economic Perspectives 24.2 (2010): 163-88. Print.

Perry, L., and K. V. Flannery. “Precolumbian Use of Chili Peppers in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104.29 (2007): 11905-1909. Print.

Perry, L., R. Dickau, S. Zarrillo, I. Holst, D. M. Pearsall, D. R. Piperno, M. J. Berman, R. G. Cooke, K. Rademaker, A. J. Ranere, J. S. Raymond, D. H. Sandweiss, F. Scaramelli, K. Tarble, and J. A. Zeidler. “Starch Fossils and the Domestication and Dispersal of Chili Peppers (Capsicum Spp. L.) in the Americas.” Science 315.5814 (2007): 986-88. Print.

Pickersgill, Barbara. “The Archaeological Record of Chili Peppers Domestication in Peru.” American Antiquity 34.1 (1969): 54-61. JStor. Web. 28 Oct. 2012.

Wright, Clifford A. “The Medieval Spice Trade and the Diffusion of the Chile.” Gastronomica 7.2 (2007): 35-43. JStor. Web. 28 June 2012.

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