Fusion Foodways of Africa's Gold Coast in the Atlantic Era

J. D. La Fleur, College of William & Mary

Status: 
€108,00
$144.00
ISBN13: 
9789004224124
E-ISBN: 
9789004234093
Publication Date: 
August 2012
Format: 
Hardback
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Pages, Illustr.: 
xvi, 214 pp., 13 illustrations
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ISSN: 
1570-0542
Volume: 
26

Karwan Fatah-Black, Leiden University

In this volume, Fatah-Black untangles the ways in which metropolitan authorities were defied and evaded in the process of making Suriname a productive plantation colony between 1650 and 1800.
Series: 
Volume: 
31
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004283329
Expected: 
April 2015

Edited by David Richardson, University of Hull, and Filipa Ribeiro da Silva, University of Macau

This volume offers the first set of essays on slave trading in the South Atlantic. These studies show that the Angola-Brazil complex was not the single commercial axis in this region and that Portuguese-Brazilian merchants were not alone in this business.
Series: 
Volume: 
30
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004280571
Publication date: 
November 2014

Edited by Gert Oostindie, Leiden University and Jessica V. Roitman, Leiden University

This title is available online in its entirety in Open Access. Dutch Atlantic Connections reevaluates the role of the Dutch in the Atlantic between 1680-1800. It shows how pivotal the Dutch were for the functioning of the Atlantic sytem by highlighting both economic and cultural...
Series: 
Volume: 
29
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004271326
Publication date: 
June 2014

Nabil Matar, University of Minnesota

In British Captives from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, 1563-1760, Nabil Matar furnishes a list of the names of all captives in the British archive and presents a chronological study of the historical and social background of British captivity.
Series: 
Volume: 
28
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004264496
Publication date: 
June 2014

Edited by Jeffrey A. Fortin, Emmanuel College and Mark Meuwese, University of Winnipeg

Atlantic Biographies: Individuals and Peoples in the Atlantic World, profiles individuals who dramaticaly impacted and shaped a world that connected the Americas, Africa, and Europe. Each contributor sketches a biography that demonstrates how important individuals were to creating and imagining...
Series: 
Volume: 
27
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004258976
Publication date: 
October 2013

Edited by Douglas Catterall, Cameron University and Jodi Campbell Texas Christian University

Bringing together work by Atlantic world scholars on the cutting edge of their respective fields, Women in Port’s practical application of microhistorical approaches achieves a depth and breadth that helps reframe our understanding of women’s possibilities in the Atlantic world.
Series: 
Volume: 
25
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004233171
Publication date: 
September 2012

Daniel Hopkins, University of Missouri

The rich archival record of Denmark's nineteenth-century African colonial undertakings, and particularly the work of the natural historian and colonial administrator Peter Thonning of the Guinea Commission, opens fresh perspectives on the broader history and geography of European colonialism.
Series: 
Volume: 
24
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004228689
Publication date: 
December 2012

Mark Meuwese, University of Winnipeg

Based on Dutch archival records and primary and secondary sources in multiple languages, this study integrates indigenous peoples more fully in the Dutch Atlantic by examining Dutch-indigenous alliances in Brazil, the Gold Coast, West Central Africa, and New Netherland.
Series: 
Volume: 
23
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004210837
Publication date: 
November 2011

Filipa Ribeiro da Silva, University of Hull

By looking at Dutch and Portuguese systems of settlement and trade in Western Africa, this book sheds new light on the formation of Dutch and Portuguese imperial frames, forms of commercial organisation and their role on the seventeenth-century-Atlantic.
Series: 
Volume: 
22
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004201514
Publication date: 
July 2011

John J. TePaske and edited by Kendall W. Brown, Brigham Young University

Using tax and mintage records, this book provides a district-by-district annual accounting of the gold and silver officially produced and minted in colonial Latin America, placing that output within the context of the emerging early-modern world economy.
Series: 
Volume: 
21
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004188914
Publication date: 
September 2010

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