Port Cities and Intercultural Relations. 15th-18th Centuries
The Studies now published by Ronnie Po-chia Hsia, Roderich Ptak, James K. Chin, Jorge Santos Alves, W. F. Vande Walle and Elisabetta Corsi, together with the book on Manila by Juan Gil make a significant contribution to what is known about these cities and port networks from 1400 to 1800.
Chinese and Portuguese sources, together with Spanish, Dutch, Italian and Malaysian sources have unveiled a panoply of facts and factors that have generated more and better knowledge of the functions of the port cities as international and intercultural centers and networks.
Autores: Luís Filipe Barreto e de Wu Zhiliang
Editores: CCCM – FM
Edição: Lisboa, 2012 | Idioma: Inglês | Nº Páginas: 206
Dimensões: 240x170x13 mm
Peso: 404 g