The atlantic world is the history of the interactions among the peoples and empires bordering the atlantic ocean rim from the beginning of the age of discovery. British atlantic world anglo-america in the transatlantic world edited by elizabeth mancke jack p greene, general editor and carole shammas the johns. Transatlantic slave trading gave birth to an atlantic world of people, goods, and cultures that circulated, collided, and melded together to lay the foundations for. The rise and demise of slavery and the slave trade in the atlantic world anew how transatlantic slavery forever changed europe, the americas, and africa. One of the goals of this introduction is to highlight some of the seminal developments within the atlantic world during the period under review, thus providing a.
Abolitionism in the atlantic world: the organization and interaction of anti- slavery movements in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Library and internet resources for research on transatlantic literature international seminar on the history of the atlantic world,1500-1825. The transatlantic reconsidered - browse and buy the hardcover edition of the transatlantic reconsidered by charlotte a lerg.
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In his new book, david wheat engages with models of reciprocal exchange and inter-colonial connection in order to redraw the boundaries of the atlantic world. The atlantic world workshop at nyu, established in 1997, is a forum for the exchange of ideas among scholars of the humanities and social sciences with. The transatlantic slave trade forced millions of africans into bondage until the early in the shadow of slavery africa's botanical legacy in the atlantic world. The programme provides an interdisciplinary introduction to the atlantic world in the broadest sense of the word it intends to serve students who want to acquire. 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.
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For many english puritans, the new world represented new opportunities for the reification of reformation, if not a site within which they might begin to experience . .
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