Vol 3, No 1 (2014)

https://doi.org/10.3989/chdj.2014.v3.i1


Empires: Concepts and New Research on the Hispanic world, 16th - 18th centuries
Ana Crespo Solana (coord.)

Table of Contents

Editorial

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Empires: Concepts and New Research on the Hispanic world, 16th - 18th centuries
Ana Crespo Solana
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Dossier

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Empire. The concept and its problems in the historiography on the iberian empires in the Early Modern Age
Christian Hausser, Horst Pietschmann
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Between India and the Indies: German mercantile networks, the struggle for the imperial crown and the naming of the New World
Renate Pieper
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The Philippine Islands: a vital crossroads during the first globalization period
Carlos Martínez Shaw, Marina Alfonso Mola
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‘There is but one world’: Globalisation and connections in the overseas territories of the Spanish Habsburgs (1581-1640)
José Antonio Martínez Torres
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On the spatial nature of institutions and the institutional nature of personal networks in the Spanish Atlantic
Regina Grafe
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The formation of a social Hispanic Atlantic space and the integration of merchant communities following the Treaties of Utrecht
Ana Crespo Solana
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Articles

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Mobilizations and divisions of the scientific community in wartime
Leoncio López-Ocón Cabrera
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Sacred, Secular, and Ecological Discourses: the Sethusamudram Project
Carl T. Feagans
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