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Merchants, Jesuits and Japanese, Chinese, and Korean Slaves
Winner of the Portuguese Academy of History Award / Gulbenkian Foundation Award in History 2019

In The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan: Merchants, Jesuits and Japanese, Chinese, and Korean Slaves Lucio de Sousa offers a study on the system of traffic of Japanese, Chinese, and Korean slaves from Japan. Using the Portuguese mercantile networks, de Sousa reconstructs the Japanese communities in the Habsburg Empire; and analyses the impact of the Japanese slave trade on the Iberian legislation produced in the 16th and first half of the 17th centuries.
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan
In: The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan