5 edition of The Atlantic world found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-210) and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Wim Klooster ; Alfred Padula.|
|Contributions||Klooster, Wim., Padula, Alfred.|
|LC Classifications||E18.82 .A848 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||2004044447|
Book Description. As the meeting point between Europe, colonial America, and Africa, the history of the Atlantic world is a constantly shifting arena, but one which has . This important new contribution to the study of Atlantic history brings together eight original essays by such leading scholars as Jorge Canizares-Esguerra, Paul Lovejoy, David Eltis, and Benjamin Schmidt on the many connections between the Old World and the New World in the early modern period/5(4).
Colonial Identity in the Atlantic World, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The description for this book, Colonial /5. In Imagining the Americas in Print, Michiel van Groesen reveals the variety of ways in which publishers and printers in early modern Europe gathered information about the Americas, constructed a narrative, and used it to further colonial ambitions in the Atlantic world (–).The essays examine the creative ways in which knowledge was manufactured in printing : Michiel van Groesen.
The book takes a thematic approach to topics including exploration, migration and cultural encounters. In the first chapters, scholars examine the interactions between groups which converged in the Atlantic world, such as slaves, European migrants and Native Americans. The volume then considers questions such as finance, money and commerce in. A new look at a contentious period in the history of the Atlantic world Within just a half century, the American, French, Haitian, and Spanish American revolutions transformed the Atlantic world. This book is the first to analyze these events through a comparative lens, revealing several central themes in the field of Atlantic history.
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With historians and other scholars beginning to reconceptualize the Atlantic World as a dynamic zone of exchange in which people, commodities, and ideas circulated from the mid-fifteenth century until the dawn of the twentieth century, the interconnections between people along the Atlantic rim create a coherent region, one in which events in one corner inevitably altered the course of history in by: Published by one of the world's leading publishing companies and complete with attractive pictures, maps, and illustrations, it makes arguments about the creation of a multicultural and multicontinental world that most even intelligent and well read people have probably never imagined before.
This book will both entertain as well as by: The purpose of Atlantic history, as outlined in the Introduction, is the study of the convergence and conflict of numerous African, Caribbean, European, North American, and South American cultures following Christopher Columbus' arrival in the "New World" and the/5.
Book description From to the Atlantic Ocean served as a major highway, allowing people and goods to move easily between Europe, Africa, and the by: The Atlantic World book.
Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From ca. to the Atlantic Ocean served as a major highwa /5. The Atlantis World (The Origin Mystery, Book 3) Paperback – by A.G. Riddle (Author)Reviews: K. The Atlantic World Europe, Africa and the Americas, The explosion of boundaries that took place in the early modern period—cultural and intellectual, no less than social and political—is the subject of this exciting series that explores the meeting of peoples, products, ideas, and traditions in the early modern Americas, Africa.
This book is an incredibly interesting look at the exchange of culture between the Americas, Europe, and Africa. Read it, and you'll be amazed with these compelling and human explanations of how our culture came to be the way it is.
15 people found this helpfulCited by: Books Briefing: The World Through a Surrealist Lens we thread together Atlantic stories on books that share similar Myles Poydras is an editorial fellow at The Atlantic Author: Myles Poydras.
Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World is an exaustive compilation of scholarly journal articles covering the full range of contemporary scholarship on Carribean slavery. It is a valuable reference for University students or others with a serious interest in the by: The Atlantic's coverage of books includes reviews, criticism, essays, author interviews, and more.
The Atlantic covers news, politics, culture, technology, health, and more, through its articles, podcasts, videos, and flagship magazine. Atlantic World history refers to relationships and interactions between the peoples of the Americas, Africa and Europe, from the fifteenth through the nineteenth century, as these regions came to constitute a single, integrated system, joined rather than separated by the Atlantic Ocean.
The Atlantis World is the climactic finale of The Origin Trilogy. In his debut books, A.G. Riddle created a fresh, diverse and complex story tying together multiple fields of science and history that would make the head spin on a conspiracy theorist.4/5. Chapter Seven. Trade in the Atlantic World, Urban and Regional Transformations The Cultures of Consumption Transformations in Africa in the Wake of the Slave Trade Selected Readings Chapter Eight.
Racial and Cultural Mixture in the Atlantic World, The Atlantic’s New People Brand: Wiley. The Atlantis World (The Origin Mystery Book 3) study guide contains a biography of A.G.
Riddle, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. About The Atlantis World (The Origin Mystery Book 3). Based on wide reading in the history of the two great Atlantic civilizations, the book sets the Spanish and British colonial empires in the context of their own times and offers us insights into aspects of this dual history that still influence the Americas.
It examines the varying historical viewpoints on the extent of European domination in the Atlantic World and includes chapter introductions, essay introductions, timelines, and an annotated bibliography.3/5.
In over thirty chapters, all written by experts in the field, The Atlantic World takes up these debates and gathers together key, original scholarship to provide an authoritative survey of this increasingly popular area of world history. The book takes a thematic approach to topics including exploration, migration and cultural encounters.
"Editors Coffman, Leonard, and O’Reilly provide an extensive, captivating, and valuable overview of the Atlantic World. The large areas of coverage and thematic organization allow the book to be employed in a variety of undergraduate courses as a required text capable of Price: $.
Book Description. Focusing on the interconnections of the Atlantic world fromThe Atlantic Connection examines the major themes of Atlantic history. During this period, ships, goods, diseases, human beings and ideas flowed across the ocean, tying together the Atlantic basin in .Volume 1, The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World is organized around three major themes: the persisting colonial relationship between European settlements and the Old World; the gradual emergence of a pluralistic book trade that differentiated printers from booksellers; and the transition from a "culture of the Word" to the culture of.Books shelved as world-war-ii-atlantic-theater: Black May: The Epic Story of the Allies' Defeat of the German U-Boats in May by Michael Gannon, The.