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New Book: Theorising the Ibero-American Atlantic

The first two parts of Theorising the Ibero-American Atlantic, Harald E. Braun and Lisa Vollendorf, eds (Brill, 2013) focus on the early modern period.

Foreward
Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra

Introduction
The Atlantic Turn: Rethinking the Ibero-American Atlantic
Harald E. Braun and Lisa Vollendorf

PART ONE
DEFINING THE IBERO-AMERICAN ATLANTIC
The Iberian Atlantic: Ties, Networks, and Boundaries
Francisco Bethencourt
Understanding the Lusophone Atlantic
David Brookshaw

The Iberian Atlantic, 1492–2012
José C. Moya

“A Hemisphere to Itself”: The American Revolution and the Entangled History of the Western Atlantic
Eliga H. Gould

PART TWO
EARLY MODERN EXCHANGES: IDENTITIES AND TIES (1492–1850)
Gender in the Atlantic World: Women’s Writing in Iberia and Latin America
Lisa Vollendorf and Grady C. Wray

Between Ethnicity, Commerce, Religion, and Race: The Elusive Definition of an Early Modern Jewish Atlantic
David Graizbord

Scientific Practices in the Sixteenth-Century Iberian Atlantic
Mauricio Nieto Olarte

Literary Exchange in the Portuguese-Brazilian Atlantic before 1822
Vanda Anastácio

Epilogue
Transatlantic Hispanism or Ibero-Atlanticism?
Joan Ramon Resina

About emspanishhistorynotes

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

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