Princeton & the Iberian world

an exhibition of books, manuscripts & maps, Princeton University Library, 1985.

Publisher: University Library in Princton, NJ

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  • Spain -- History -- Sources,
  • Portugal -- History -- Sources

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Other titlesPrinceton and the Iberian world
ContributionsPrinceton University. Library
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p. :
Number of Pages30
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Open LibraryOL18293207M

"The Iberian World: brings together, for the first time in English, the latest research in Iberian studies, providing in-depth analysis of fifteenth to early nineteenth century Portugal and Spain, their European possessions and the African, Asian, and American peoples that were under their rule. Iberian, Spanish Ibero, one of a prehistoric people of southern and eastern Spain who later gave their name to the whole waves of migrating Celtic peoples from the 8th to 6th century bc onward settled heavily in northern and central Spain, penetrated Portugal and Galicia, but left the indigenous Bronze Age Iberian people of the south and east intact. Louis IX and the Spanish connection / William Chester Jordan -- The king, the coin, and the word: imagining and enacting Castilian frontiers in the late medieval Iberia / Claire Gilbert -- An end to conquests: expansion and its limits in the Iberian world, fifteenth to the early seventeenth centures / Xavier Gil -- "All things to all men. Associate Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature; Interim Chair, Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures. Ph.D., A.M. Harvard University; B.S. Georgetown University. Roberto Ignacio Díaz writes about Latin American literary and cultural history with a focus on transatlantic relations.

  The ten essays in this interdisciplinary collection explore the lives, places, and stories of women in the Iberian Atlantic between and Distinguished contributors such as Ida Altman, Matt D. Childs, and Allyson M. Poska utilize the complexities of gender to understand issues of race, class, family, health, and religious practices in the Atlantic basin. The Iberian Peninsula / aɪ ˈ b ɪər i ə n /, also known as Iberia, is located in the southwest corner of the European peninsula is principally divided between Spain and Portugal, comprising most of their territory, as well as a small area of France (the French Cerdagne), Andorra and the British overseas territory of an area of approximately , square. Sovereignty and Revolution in the Iberian Atlantic offers a new understanding of Latin American and Atlantic history, one that blurs traditional distinctions between the "imperial" and the "colonial." It shows how the Spanish and Portuguese empires responded to the pressures of rival states and merchant capitalism in the eighteenth s: 4. A new book concerning retablos, in course of publication, examines the connections between Spanish and Italian painting in early XVI century, and Flemish-Iberian and Gothic-Catalan painting on Mediterranean routes. Maria Vittoria Spissu is interested in iconography studies regarding the figures of lunatics, deviants and subversives.

Description. The expansive contours of the Iberian world in the 16th and 17th centuries, expressed in the imperial motto plus ultra or “further beyond,” can at times obscure the aporias (of ecologies, ethnicities, and epistemologies) at its fringes. Recent scholarship on the material cultures, political economies, and discourses of gender of imperial Spain has worked to address these gaps. He is currently working on several book projects including: Paper Leviathans: Liberalism in the Iberian World (Penn State Press), and War and Society (Polity). In , he founded the Princeton University Preparatory Program, which provides intensive supplemental training for lower income students in three local high schools. This book has had a long gestation. We first met at a series of workshops (Princeton University Press, ), both edited by Joan Nelson. Our first written collaboration was a contribu-tion to a project on developing country debt directed by Jeffry Sachs for Haggard and Steven B. Webb from the World. mechanism explained in this book, the Malthusian Trap, ensured that short-term gains in income through technological advances were inevitably lost through population growth. Thus the average person in the world of was no better off than the average person of , BC. Indeed in .

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Jeremy Adelman is the Princeton & the Iberian world book Samuel Carpenter III Professor of Spanish Civilization and Culture and director of the Council for International Teaching and Research at Princeton University. His books include Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: A History of the World and Sovereignty and Revolution in the Iberian Atlantic (Princeton).

Between April 21 and Jthe Library mounted the exhibition "Princeton and the Iberian World". The show consisted of more than books, manuscripts, prints and maps on Latin American history between the Age of Discovery and the early nineteenth century.

of the Iberian world. Finally, another type of book seems to have been popular with early librarians at Princeton.

It might best be described as a moral treatise, of which Diego de Saavedra Fajardo's Idea de un principe polüico-Chris tiano (Valencia, ) is a fine example. On exhibit was a handsome. Jeremy Adelman is the Henry Charles Lea Professor of History and Director of the Global History Lab at Princeton University.

Jeremy Adelman has lived and worked in seven countries and four continents. After graduating from the University of Toronto, he earned a masters’ degree in economic history at the London School of Economics () and.

Bio Miguel Centeno has published many articles, chapters, and books. His latest publications are War and Society (Polity ), Global Capitalism (Polity ), States in the Developing World (Cambridge UP, ) and State and Nation Making in the Iberian World (Cambridge UP, Vol 1, ; Vol.

II ). Sovereignty and Revolution in the Iberian Atlantic offers a new understanding of Latin American and Atlantic history, one that blurs traditional distinctions between the “imperial” and the “colonial.” It shows how the Spanish and Portuguese empires responded to the pressures of rival states and merchant capitalism in the eighteenth century.

Princeton University Library services are available online only. and other documents appearing in more than key social science and humanities journals published throughout the world about Latin America, the Caribbean, and Hispanics/Latinos in the United States.

Subscribe to updates for Core Resources for Latin American & Iberian. The Iberian Books Project. Iberian Books is a research project based at the School of History, University College Dublin.

From toit was funded through two generous grants awarded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation under their Scholarly Communications and Information Technology Scheme.

The objective of Iberian Books is to produce a foundational listing of all books published in. princeton University Press This book takes a bold new look at both Spain's and Portugal's New World empires in a trans-Atlantic context.

It argues that modern notions of sovereignty in the Atlantic world have been unstable, contested, and equivocal from the start. World (Stanford University Press: Stanford, ); Winner: American Historical Association Book Prize in Atlantic History; Spanish translation forthcoming under Prometeo Sovereignty and Revolution in the Iberian Atlantic (Princeton University Press: Princeton, ), a.

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Princeton University Princeton, New Jersey USA. His latest books are Global Capitalism (Polity ) and Discrimination in an Unequal World (Oxford UP ).

He is currently working on several book projects including: Paper Leviathans: Liberalism in the Iberian World. "Sea of Storms provides the most comprehensive synthesis of the history of hurricanes to date, not just for the Caribbean but for the extended realm of the greater Caribbean."—Liz Skilton, Journal of American History "Sea of Storms is a book of Braudelian ambition by a master of the trade.

The story is as engrossing as it is momentous.". Iberian Worlds is an imaginative, short text that dramatically depicts important globalization themes and processes through the important flows and impacts Spain and Portugal have had with many important regions of the world for many and Portugal have long histories at the cutting-edge of world relations, managing far-flung empires, and author Gary McDonogh stresses this Format: Paperback.

Sovereignty and Revolution in the Iberian Atlantic offers a new understanding of Latin American and Atlantic history, one that blurs traditional distinctions between the "imperial" and the "colonial." It shows how the Spanish and Portuguese empires responded to the pressures of rival states and merchant capitalism in the eighteenth : $ The Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World ; 59 ; Summary note Trace a Book; Your Accounts; About the Library.

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Alexander S. Wilkinson, M. Litt., PhD () in History, University of St. Andrews, is Director of the Centre for the History of the Media at University College Dublin. He is the author of a number of studies of the book world of early-modern Europe.5/5(1).

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His latest books are Global Capitalism (Polity ) and Discrimination in an Unequal World (Oxford UP ). He is currently working on several book projects including: Paper Leviathans: Liberalism in the Iberian World (Penn State Press), and War and Society (Polity). Dr. Benjamin Gampel specializes in the history of the Jews of the medieval and early modern world.

For his first book, The Last Jews on Iberian Soil, Dr. Gampel spent almost a. Princeton University Library is the main library system of Princeton holdings of more than 7 million books, 6 million microforms, linear feet of manuscripts, it is among the largest libraries in the world by number of volumes.

The main headquarters of the university system is the Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library building, named after tire magnate Harvey Firestone. A long voyage to the banks of Newfoundland: how medieval European fisheries went overseas / Richard C.

Hoffmann -- Anglo-French fishing disputes and maritime boundaries in the eighteenth-century North Atlantic / Renaud Morieux -- "Pirates" and the problems of plantation in seventeenth-century Iireland / Keith Pluymers -- Woodes rogers and the. “This superbly written, fascinating book surveys the history of Iberian international commerce from the heyday of the Umayyad Dynasty of Cordoba in the tenth century to the fall of the last Muslim stronghold, the minuscule Nasrid Kingdom of Granada, at the end of the impressive skill, she synthesizes diverse materials.

This book takes a bold new look at both Spain's and Portugal's New World empires in a trans-Atlantic context. It argues that modern notions of sovereignty in the Atlantic world have been unstable, contested, and equivocal from the start. It shows how much contemporary notions of sovereignty emerged in the Americas as a response to European imperial crises in the age of revolutions.

Iberian Books is a bibliographical research project set up to chart the development of printing in Spain, Portugal and the New World in the early-modern period. It offers a catalogue of what was known to have been printed, along with a survey of surviving copies and links to digital editions.

It is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The records created are made available in an open. The Major Collections section to the right and the tabs near the top of this page direct to a wide range of archives, documents, manuscripts, ephemera, prints and collections from and about Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula held by the Princeton University to catalog records or finding aids that describe in considerable detail the contents of the collections are provided.

Miguel Angel Centeno is Professor of Sociology and International Affairs at Princeton University. Inhe is serving as Acting Director of the Princeton Program in Latin American Studies. From tohe served as the founding Director of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.

MIGUEL ANGEL CENTENO Department of Sociology Princeton University Princeton, New Jersey Choice Outstanding Book for War and Society Faculty Council, WWS “The Failure of Liberalism in the Iberian World”, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, This peer-reviewed book series is a successor to Brill's Medieval Iberian Peninsula series which sought to provide a forum for the publication of high-quality scholarly work--original monographs, article collections, editions of texts or documents, translations--on the peoples and cultures of medieval Christian, Jewish, and Islamic Iberia.Jeremy Adelman (born ) is the Henry Charles Lea Professor of History at Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, where he is also the director of the Global History usly, he served as the director of the Council for International Teaching and Research, the director of the Program in Latin American Studies and chair of the History Department at Princeton.