publication . Article . 2020

Histoire atlantique et autres approches des empires modernes : conversation avec Jack P. Greene

Miguel Dantas da Cruz;
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  • Published: 02 Jan 2020 Journal: Ler História (issn: 0870-6182, eissn: 2183-7791, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: OpenEdition
In this interview with historian Jack P. Greene we discussed historiographical trends in the study of early modern empires and the role he played in the development of an Atlantic perspective that has been broadly adopted in the academia. We went through his ideas of negotiation and colonial autonomy, marks of early modern empires, as well as his ideas about what should be a fruitful comparative history, focused in differences and interconnections. The interview was also an opportunity to reflect upon issues such as the toxic role of traditional national narratives, the formation of national identities in the New World, the pervasive Marxian approaches and his e...
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free text keywords: History, histoire atlantique, empires modernes, Nouveau Monde, impérialisme, colonialisme, identités nationales, Atlantic history, early modern empires, New World, imperialism, colonialism, national identities, história atlântica, impérios modernos, Novo Mundo, imperialismo, colonialismo, identidades nacionais, colonialism, Novo Mundo, impérios modernos, early modern empires, impérialisme, Atlantic history, história atlântica, Nouveau Monde, colonialisme, History (General), New World, empires modernes, identités nationales, histoire atlantique, identidades nacionais, D1-2009, imperialismo, colonialismo, imperialism, national identities, Autonomy, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Postcolonialism, Conversation, Colonialism, Comparative history, Historiography, Atlantic history, History, Narrative, Anthropology, lcsh:History (General), lcsh:D1-2009
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Rebellion and Resistance in the Iberian Empires, 16th-19th centuries
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 778076
  • Funding stream: H2020 | MSCA-RISE
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