Book chapters

Bridging the Early Modern Atlantic World

Bridging the Early Modern Atlantic World: People, Products, and Practices on the Move, ed. Caroline A. Williams (Ashgate, 2009), has several chapters of interest to us.

Heather Dalton, “Negotiating Fortune: English Merchants in Early Sixteenth-Century Seville.”

Natalie Zacek, “‘A People So Subtle’: Sephardic Jewish Pioneers of the English West Indies.”

Philip J. Havik, “Walking the Tightrope: Female Agency, Religious Practice, and the Portuguese Inquisition on the Upper Guinea Cost (Seventeenth Century.”

James B. Sweet, “Slaves, Convicts, and Exiles: African Travellers in the Portuguese Atlantic World, 1720-1750.”

Matthew Brown, “The Life of Alexander Alexander and the Spanish Atlantic, 1799-1822.”

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Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.

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