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Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern Mediterranean
Fusaro, M.; Heywood, C.; Omri, M.-S. (Ed.) (2010). Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern Mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67. I.B. Tauris: London/New York. ISBN 9781848851634. 320 pp.
Part of: International Library of Historical Studies. I.B. Tauris: London, more

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Keywords
    Africa > North africa > Maghreb
    Commerce
    Cultural anthropology
    Globalisation
    Identity cards
    Political systems > Imperialism > Colonialism
    Ports and harbors
    Trade
    Vessels

Authors  Top 
  • Fusaro, M., editor
  • Heywood, C., editor
  • Omri, M.-S., editor

Content
  • Fusaro, M. (2010). After Braudel: A reassessment of mediterranean history between the northern invasion and the caravane maritime, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 1-22, more
  • Heywood, C. (2010). The English in the mediterranean, 1600-1630: A post-braudelian perspective on the northern invasion, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern Mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 23-44, more
  • Panzac, D. (2010). Plague and seafaring in the Ottoman mediterranean in the eighteenth century, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 45-68, more
  • Loualich, F. (2010). In the regency of Algiers: the human side of the Algerine Corso, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 69-97, more
  • Bono, S. (2010). Slave histories and memoirs in the mediterranean world, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 97-115, more
  • Matar, N. (2010). The maghariba and the sea: Maritime decline in North Africa in the early modern period, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 117-137, more
  • Williams, A. (2010). Sacra militia, the order of St. John: crusade, corsairing and trade in Rhodes and Malta, 1460-1631, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 139-156, more
  • Mercieca, S. (2010). Maritime caravans and the knights of St. John: aspects of mediterranean seaborne traffic (sixteenth-eighteenth centuries), in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 157-175, more
  • Greene, M. (2010). "Victims of piracy?" Ottoman lawsuits in Malta (1602-1687) and the changing course of mediterranean maritime history, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 177-202, more
  • Martín-Corrales, E. (2010). Greek-Ottoman captains in the service of Spanish commerce in the late eighteenth century, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 203-222, more
  • Harlaftis, G. (2010). The 'eastern invasion': Greeks in mediterranean trade and shipping in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 223-252, more
  • Landry, D. (2010). Rewriting the sea from the desert shore: equine and equestrian perspectives on a new maritime history, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 253-277, more
  • Omri, M.-S. (2010). Representing the early modern mediterranean in contemporary North-Africa, in: Fusaro, M. et al. (Ed.) Trade and cultural exchange in the early modern mediterranean. International Library of Historical Studies, 67: pp. 279-298, more

Abstract
    The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II by Fernand Braudel revolutionized the study of Mediterranean history on its publication in 1949. Now, 60 years ""after Braudel,"" this book brings together work by area specialists and the latest research on the sea itself in the early modern period, the maritime trade that flourished there, the ships which travelled it and the men who sailed them. It opens up the subject to English-speaking readers interested in maritime history, naval history, the history of the early modern world and the historiographical legacy of Braudel.

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