1 edition of Political economies of empire in the early modern Mediterranean found in the catalog.
Political economies of empire in the early modern Mediterranean
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Maria Fusaro, University of Exeter|
|LC Classifications||HF3495 .F87 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 408 pages|
|Number of Pages||408|
|ISBN 10||1107060524, 110763038X|
|ISBN 10||9781107060524, 9781107630383|
|LC Control Number||2014042938|
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As its title implies, Political economies of empire in the early modern Mediterranean is very much a maritime history, too.' Adrian Leonard, The International Journal of Maritime History 'The volume of research initiated for the production of this book is impressive, and has enabled Fusaro to create an imposing study that will prove vital for 4/5(2).
Political Economies of Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean: The Decline of Venice and the Rise of England – Nielsen Book Data) Summary This challenging interpretation of some classic issues of early modern history will be of profound interest to economic, social and legal historians and provides a stimulating addition.
Get this from a library. Political economies of empire in the early modern Mediterranean: the decline of Venice and the rise of England, [Maria Fusaro] -- Against the backdrop of England's emergence as a major economic power, the development of early modern capitalism in general and the transformation of the Mediterranean, Maria Fusaro presents a new.
'Every scholar interested in imperial history and the English mercantile community should read Political Economies of Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean as Maria Fusaro proposes a stimulating re-interpretation of the role of Venice and the English within the early modern Mediterranean.
This book is an excellent response to the. Political Economies of Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean: The Decline of Venice and the Rise of England, – By Maria Fusaro.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Pp. xvi+ $ (cloth); $ (Adobe eBook Reader). READ book Political Economies of Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean The Decline of Venice and READ ONLINE. Against the backdrop of England's emergence as a major economic power, the development of early modern capitalism in general and the transformation of the Mediterranean, Maria Fusaro presents a new perspective on the onset of Venetian decline.
Examining the significant commercial relationship between these two European empires during the period â€“, Fusaro demonstrates how Venice.
Read Plague and Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean World: The Ottoman Experience No other era is as easy to summarize as the EARLY MODERN () era. This is the era the Europeans "wake-up", expand, and build empires. I'm not talking about Charlemagne here. I'm talking about the British Empire.
I'm talking about the Dutch East India Trading Company. I'm talking about the Spanish Empire. This is a new Europe. Imperial Ambition in the Early Modern Mediterranean is divided roughly into three parts.
The first two chapters provide a broad introduction to the topic, outlining the evolution of Genoese interests in the Mediterranean, the westward shift of their sphere of activity in the wake of the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople, and a general map of.
Political Economies of Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean: The Decline of Venice and the Rise of England, By Maria Fusaro. Forthcoming with Cambridge University Press. From the 6th century BC up to including the first half of the 4th century BC, many of the significant Mediterranean peoples came under Achaemenid Persian rule, making them dominate the Mediterranean during all these years.
The empire, founded by Cyrus the Great, would include Macedonia, Thrace and the western Black sea coast (modern day southeastern and eastern Bulgaria), Egypt, Anatolia, the. Its contributors paint a powerful picture of the nature and implementation of political economy in the long eighteenth century, from the East to the West Indies.
Keywords Adam Smith Britain crisis East India Company economic development eighteenth century empire Europe France peace political economy reform slaves trade. - Late Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean Maritime history - Late Medieval and Early Modern Italy - History of the Republic of Venice and of its Eastern Mediterranean empire - Early modern European social and economic history, especially history of trade and trading networks and the development of legal institutions connected with the economy.
Contesting the dominant “rise and decline” narrative in the historiography of the Ottoman Empire, Baki Tezcan, in The Second Ottoman Empire, argues that the pre-Tanzimat era of Ottoman history should instead be divided into two different phases of empire, one medieval and one pre-modern.
By examining the factors that have been promulgated traditionally as symptoms of decline and /5(4). The Mediterranean Sea linked three continents—Europe, Asia, and Africa. Surrounding that sea was a world of diverse peoples, languages, and religions.
Even its northern shores, largely united by Christianity, exhibited a remarkable variety of tongues, customs, currencies, and political economies. The early modern period of modern history follows the late Middle Ages of the post-classical gh the chronological limits of the period are open to debate, the timeframe spans the period after the late portion of the post-classical age (c.
), known as the Middle Ages, through the beginning of the Age of Revolutions (c. ) and is variously demarcated by historians as beginning.
The largest empires of the early modern period were centered in Asia and North Africa: the Mongol state, Ming China, T¯ım¯urid (Mughal) India and Central Asia, and the Ottoman Empire. The only comparable European empires were those of the Spanish and Austrian Habsburgs and Portugal.
The great imperial centers of the modern era in northern. Welcome to all our interviews and book recommendations on ‘early modern history,’ a period defined, at Five Books, as starting with the Renaissance and ending with the French is a very exciting period in history, an era that saw the bloodshed of the Reformation and the religious wars but also the huge advances of the scientific revolution and the Enlightenment.
interested in ancient economies. This book is a contribution to the economic analysis of ancient history from an economic historian who spent most of his academic career writing about modern and early-modern economies.
Sometime before the end of the twen - tieth century, my interest in ancient economies turned from casual to serious.The long period between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries formed the crucible for the vernacular cultures that would constitute the Spanish Empire.
After a long and turbulent century and a half of conquest (–), the foundations of Castilian and Catalan cultures were laid. These included discursive and institutional practices, from the literary and historiographical to.
Ηe is currently completing his monograph entitled "Insularity and Empire: Ottoman Cyprus in the Early Modern Mediterranean." Michael Talbot received his PhD from SOAS in for a thesis on Ottoman-British relations in the eighteenth century, and now lectures and researches on a range of topics in Ottoman history at the University of.