Theorising the Ibero-American Atlantic

TitleTheorising the Ibero-American Atlantic
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2013
Series EditorBraun, Harald E., and Lisa Vollendorf
Number of Pages320
PublisherBrill Academic Publishers
CityLeiden ; Boston

"Theorising the Ibero-American Atlantic" offers a fresh look at the Atlantic turn in Ibero-American Studies. Taking the criticisms launched at Atlantic Studies as a starting point, contributors query and explore the viability of the Ibero-American Atlantic as a framework of research. Their essays take stock of theories, methodologies, debates and trends in recent scholarship, and set down pathways for future research. As a result, the contributions in this volume establish the historical reality of the Ibero-American Atlantic as well as its tremendous value for scholarship. Contributors are Vanda Anastacio, Francisco Bethencourt, Harald E. Braun, David Brookshaw, Jorge Canizares-Esguerra, Daniela Flesler, Andrew Ginger, Eliga Gould, David Graizbord, Thomas Harrington, Luis Martin-Cabrera, Jose C. Moya, Mauricio Nieto Olarte, Joan Ramon Resina, N. Michelle Shepherd, Lisa Vollendorf and Grady C. Wray."

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