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Titel: Shaping the Stuart World, 1603-1714: The Atlantic Connection

ISBN: 900414711X
EAN: 9789004147119
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Allan I. MacInnes, Arthur H. Williamson
BRILL ACADEMIC PUB

November 2005 - gebunden - 389 Seiten

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"Shaping the Stuart World" examines the wide-ranging European interaction inherent in British expansion and discovers a multi-dimensional, multi-national Atlantic as a result. Spain, Sweden, and especially the Netherlands emerge as central to English and Scottish endeavors overseas and to the extremely diverse populations and cultures that eventually came to be known as British North America.

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Acknowledgements List of Contributors Introduction: Connecting and Disconnecting with America, Allan
I. Macinnes SECTION
I. CIVILISING SOCIETY, RECONFIGURING POLITIES
1. Education, Culture and the Scottish Civic Tradition, Arthur Williamson
2. A Man for all Regions-Patrick Copland and Education in the Stuart World, Shona Vance
3. The European Catholic Context of the Revolution of 1688-89: Gallicanism, Innocent XI, and Catholic Opposition, Steve Pincus SECTION
II. TRANSFERRING TEXTS AND TRADITIONS
4. Transplanting Revelation, Transferring Meaning: Reading the Apocalypse in Early Modern England, Scotland and New England, Kevin Sharpe
5. "Religion stands on tip-toe": George Herbert, the New England Poets, and the Transfer of Devotional Modes, Helen Wilcox
6. Authority and Interpretation: Cotton Mather's Response to the European Spinozists, Reiner Smolinski SECTION
III. THE DUTCH CONNECTION
7. Idealism and Power: The Dutch West India Company in the Brazil Trade (1630-1654), Ernst Pijning
8. A Natural Partnership? Scotland and Zeeland in the Early Seventeenth Century, Esther Mijers
9. Anglo-Dutch Trade in the Seventeenth Century: An Atlantic Partnership?, Wim Klooster SECTION
IV. POWER AND SETTLEMENT
10. Richard Ligon and the Theatre of Empire, Jane Stevenson
11. Boston Pays Tribute: Autonomy and Empire in the Atlantic World, 1630-1714, Mark Peterson
12. Foreign Penetration of the Spanish Empire 1660-1714: Sweden, Scotland and England, Chris Storrs Epilogue: Becoming Atlantic, Peter
C. Mancall Index

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Allan I. Macinnes, Ph.D. (1987), Glasgow, holds the Burnett-Fletcher Chair of History at Aberdeen University. His principal publications are three monographs - Charles I and the Making of the Coveanting Movement,1625-41 (1991 & 2003); Clanship, Commerce and the House of Stuart, 1603-1788 (1996 & 2000); and The British Revolution, 1629-1660 (2004). Arthur H. Williamson, Ph.D. (1974), Washington University, St. Louis, has written extensively about early modern British political culture. His most recent book is The British Union (London, 2003), which he edited with Paul McGinnis. He is now completing a volume under the title, Apocalypse Now, Apocalypse Then: Prophecy and the Shaping of the Modern World which will appear in 2006.

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