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From Al-Andalus to the Americas (13th-17th centuries) : destruction and construction of societies

Author: Thomas F Glick; Antonio Malpica Cuello; Fèlix Retamero; Josep Torró Abad
Publisher: Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, ©2018 [2018]
Series: Medieval and early modern Iberian world, v. 65.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book offers a multi-perspective view of the filiation of different colonial and settler colonial experiences, from the Medieval Iberian Peninsula to the early Modern Americas. All the articles in the volume refer the reader to colonial orders that extended over time, that substantially reduced indigenous populations, that imposed new productive strategies and created new social hierarchies. The ideological  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas F Glick; Antonio Malpica Cuello; Fèlix Retamero; Josep Torró Abad
ISBN: 9789004363328 9004363327
OCLC Number: 1029674830
Notes: "The majority of the articles contained in this volume derive from the works presented at the International Colloquium 'The Unending Conquest. Al-Andalus and the Americas (13th-17th c.). Destruction and Construction of Societies, ' held in Granada between 28 and 30 January 2010"--Page 1.
Description: xiii, 471 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Contents: One Conquest, Two Worlds : An Introduction / Félix Retamero and Josep Torró --
Part 1. The Organisation of the Conquests : Political, Military and Financial Aspects. Partners-in-Arms. Medieval Military Associations : From the Iberian cabalgada to the American entrada / Josep Torró --
Council and Urban Militias in the Crown of Aragon during the 13th Century : From Conquering Militias to Monetary Exemptions / Enric Guinot --
War and Booty as Incentives for Emigration : Tortosa and al-Andalus (12th-13th Centuries) / Antoni Virgili --
Medieval Factors in the Conquest of America : Organisation and War Practices in the Incursions into Darién / Carmen Mena García --
On the Use of Terror, Cruelty and Violence in the Spanish Conquest of the Americas : Some Thoughts / Antonio Espino-López --
Part 2. The Agrarian Organisation of the New Colonial Societies. Feudal Conquest and Colonisation : An Archaeological Insight into the Transformation of Andalusi Irrigated Spaces in the Balearic Islands / Helena Kirchner --
The Agrarian Model of Valencian Moriscos / Manuel Ardit Lucas. Iberian Colonisations and Water Distribution Systems (15th-16th c.) : A Comparative Approach / Félix Retamero and Virgilio Martínez-Enamorado --
Commercial Crop or Plantation System? Sugar Cane Production from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic / Adela Fábregas García --
Early Colonial Utilization and Management in Peru / Inge Schjellerup --
Part 3. The Political Organisation of the New Colonial Societies. The Management of the Conquered Populations and Lands. Servants, Slaves or Subjects? Jews, Muslims and Indians as Royal Property / David Abulafia --
The Kingdom of Granada : Between the Culmination of a Process and the Beginning of a New Age / Antonio Malpica --
Portugal, Morocco and Guinea : Reconfiguration of the North Atlantic at the End of the Middle Ages / António de Almeida Mendes --
The Peculiarity of the Spanish Empire : A Comparative Interpretation / Josep M. Fradera.
Series Title: Medieval and early modern Iberian world, v. 65.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas F. Glick, Antonio Malpica, Félix Retamero, Josep Torró.

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This book offers a multi-perspective view of the filiation of different colonial and settler colonial experiences, from the Medieval Iberian Peninsula to the early Modern Americas. All the articles in the volume refer the reader to colonial orders that extended over time, that substantially reduced indigenous populations, that imposed new productive strategies and created new social hierarchies. The ideological background and how conquests were organised; the treatment given to the conquered lands and people; the political organisations, and the old and new agricultural systems are issues discussed in this volume.

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