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Connecting worlds and people : early modern diasporas

Author: Dagmar Freist; Susanne Lachenicht
Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dagmar Freist; Susanne Lachenicht
ISBN: 9781472448514 ) 1472448510 ((alk. paper)
OCLC Number: 1020269385
Notes: 40026704560
Description: xiii, 149 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Dagmar Freist and Susanne Lachenicht --
The nation of naturales del Reino de Granada : transforming identities in the Morisco Castilian diaspora, 1502-1614 / Manuel F. Fernández Chaves and Rafael M. Pérez García --
The Huguenots' maritime networks, 16th-18th centuries / Susanne Lachenicht --
The challenge of linking two worlds : transatlantic Quaker connections, the American revolution, and abolitionism, 17th-18th centuries / Sünne Juterczenka --
"A very warm Surinam kiss" : staying connected, getting engaged interlacing social sites of the Moravian diaspora / Dagmar Freist --
Owning the body, wooing the soul : how forced labor was justified in the Moravian correspondence network in eighteenth-century Surinam / Jessica Cronshagen --
Lutheran correspondence networks in the eighteenth century Atlantic world / Hermann Wellenreuther --
A diaspora on the edge of modernity? : the Jewish minority in Gothenburg in late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries / Anna Brismark and Pia Lundqvist
Responsibility: edited by Dagmar Freist and Susanne Lachenicht


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