Drugs, Demons and Dyestuffs in the Atlantic World, 1640 - 1730
An Aristocrat in the Crisis of the Spanish Empire
Luis Salas Almela
Félix Retamero and Virgilio Martínez-Enamorado
Islands and the American continent. Although this comparison will be necessarily basic, it is aimed at developing one aspect within a much broader issue which has been paid little attention to date: the comparison of the new agrarian orders resulting form the late medieval and early modern Iberian
Authority and Conflict Resolution in the Iberian Atlantic
Destruction and Construction of Societies
Edited by Thomas F. Glick, Antonio Malpica, Fèlix Retamero and Josep Torró
Contributors are David Abulafia, Manuel Ardit, Antonio Espino, Adela Fábregas, Josep M. Fradera, Enric Guinot, Helena Kirchner, Antonio Malpica, Virgilio Martínez-Enamorado, Carmen Mena, António Mendes, Félix Retamero, Inge Schjellerup, Josep Torró, and Antoni Virgili.
Edited by Pamela A. Patton
Contributors are Beatriz Balanta, Charlene Villaseñor Black, Larissa Brewer-García, Ananda Cohen Suarez, Elisa Foster, Grace Harpster, Ilona Katzew, Matilde Mateo, Mey-Yen Moriuchi, and Erin Kathleen Rowe.
Edited by Lauric Henneton and Louis Roper
Indeed, the thirteen essays range from Canada to the Chesapeake, from New England to the Caribbean and from the Carolina Backcountry to Dutch Brazil. This volume assesses the typically American nature of fear factors and the responses they elicited in a transatlantic context.
The essays further explore how the European colonists handled such challenges as Indian conspiracies, slave revolts, famine, “popery” and tyranny as well as werewolves and a dragon to build cohesive societies far from the metropolis.
Contributors are: Sarah Barber, Benjamin Carp, Leslie Choquette, Anne-Claire Faucquez, Lauric Henneton, Elodie Peyrol-Kleiber, Susanne Lachenicht, Bertie Mandelblatt, Mark Meuwese, L. H. Roper, David L. Smith, Bertrand Van Ruymbeke, Christopher Vernon, and David Voorhees.