Colonial Identity in the Atlantic World, 1500-1800

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Princeton University Press, 21 ago 1989 - 290 pagine
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"The prolonged death throes of Europe's last overseas empires have stimulated a lively historical interest in the roots of decolonization. The theme is taken up in this elegantly written and admirably edited volume in which Nicholas Canny and Anthony Pagden bring together a team of specialists to examine how, in the major Atlantic empires prior to the independence movements of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, colonies came to see themselves as possessing their own particular characteristics, and the bearing this had on those revolutions." [Back cover].

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Introduction Colonial Identity in the Atlantic World
The Formation of a Colonial Identity in Brazil
Identity Formation in Spanish America
NouvelleFrance Québec Canada A World of Limited Identities
Identity in British America Unease in Eden
Identity Formation in Ireland The Emergence of the AngloIrish
Changing Identity in the British Caribbean Barbados as a Case Study
Afterword From Identity to Independence Anthony Pagden and Nicholas Canny

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Anthony Pagden is Harry C. Black Professor of History at the Johns Hopkins University.

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