By Jeffrey A Fortin, Mark Meuwese
This quantity makes use of a biography-as-history method of light up the interconnectedness of the peoples of the Americas, West Africa, and Europe. participants spotlight participants' and people's reports made attainable by way of their participation within the construction of an Atlantic international, the place clash, cooperation, neccessity and invention ended in new societies and cultures. Composed of chapters that span a vast chronological, topical and thematic variety, "Atlantic Biographies" highlights the individuality of the Atlantic as a social, political, monetary, and cultural theater sure jointly to demonstrate what the Atlantic intended to these matters of every bankruptcy. it is a ebook approximately humans, their resilience, and their get to the bottom of to carve a distinct segment or have a broader effect within the ever-changing global round them.
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Atlantic Biographies: Individuals and Peoples in the Atlantic World by Jeffrey A Fortin, Mark Meuwese