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by William O'Reilly,D'Maris Coffman

eBook The Atlantic World (Routledge Worlds) download ISBN: 0415467047
Author: William O'Reilly,D'Maris Coffman
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 23, 2014)
Language: English
Pages: 726
ePub: 1300 kb
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Category: History
Subcategory: Africa

Series: Routledge Worlds.

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Cite this publication. 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 been a focus of huge and vibrant debate for many years. 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. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text.

Автор: O& WILLIAM Название: The Atlantic World: 1400 -1850 Издательство: Taylor&Francis Классификация . The book takes a thematic approach to topics including exploration, migration and cultural encounters.

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 Atlantic World, 1450-1800. Download with Google. The Atlantic World, 1450-1800. Atlantic Peripheries: Diplomacy, War and Spanish-French Interactions in Hispaniola, 1660s-1690s in D’Maris Coffman, Adrian Leonard, William O’Reilly, eds.

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As a result of these movements, new peoples, economies, societies, polities, and cultures arose in the lands and islands touched by the Atlantic Ocean, while others were destroyed.

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 been a focus of huge and vibrant debate for many years. 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. 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 the Atlantic world, as well as warfare, government and religion. The collection closes with chapters examining how ideas circulated across and around the Atlantic and beyond. It presents the Atlantic as a shared space in which commodities and ideas were exchanged and traded, and examines the impact that these exchanges had on both people and places.

Including an introductory essay from the editors which defines the field, and lavishly illustrated with paintings, drawings and maps this accessible volume is invaluable reading for all students and scholars of this broad sweep of world history.