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Hoerder, Dirk

Cultures in Contact World Migrations in the Second Millennium (Kartoniert / Broschiert / Paperback)

Combined Academic Publ., März 2011


808 S. - Sprache: Englisch - 71 maps - 251x169x58 mm

ISBN: 0822349019 EAN: 9780822349013

A broad, pioneering interpretation of the scope, patterns, and consequences of human migrations over the past ten centuries


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A broad, pioneering interpretation of the scope, patterns, and consequences of human migrations over the past ten centuries

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Acknowledgments and Dedication Contexts: An Introductory Note to Readers 1. Worlds in Motion, Cultures in Contact; Part I The Judeo-Christian-Islamic Mediterranean and Eurasian Worlds to the 1500s; 2. Antecedents: Migration and Population Changes in the Mediterranean-Asian Worlds; 3. Continuities: Mobility and Migration from the Eleventh to the Sixteenth Century; 4. The End of Intercivilization Contact and the Economics of Religious Expulsions; 5. Ottoman Society, Europe, and the Beginnings of Colonial Contact; Part II Other Worlds and European Colonialism to the Eighteenth Century; 6. Africa and the Slave Migration Systems; 7. Trade-Posts and Colonies in the World of the Indian Ocean; 8. Latin America: Population Collapse and Resettlement; 9. Fur Empires and Colonies of Agricultural Settlement; 10. Forced Labor Migration in and to the Americas; 11. Migration and Conversion: Worldviews, Material Culture, Racial Hierarchies; Part III Intercontinental Migration Systems to the Nineteenth Century; 12. Europe: Internal Migrations from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century; 13. The Russo-Siberian Migration System; 14. The Proletarian Mass Migrations in the Atlantic Economies; 15. The Asian Contract Labor System (1830s to 1920s) and Transpacific Migration; 16. Imperial Interest Groups and Subaltern Cultural Assertion; Part IV Twentieth-Century Changes; 17. Forced Labor and Refugees in the Northern Hemisphere to the 1950s; 18. Between the Old and the New, 1920s to 1950s; 19. New Migration Systems since the 1960s; 20. Intercultural Strategies and Closed Doors in the 1990s Notes; Selected Bibliography; Sources for Maps and Figures; Index Worlds in Motion, Cultures in Contact PART 1 The Judeo-Christian-Islamic Mediterranean and Eurasian Worlds to the 1500s Antecedents: Migration and Population Changes in the Mediterranean-Asian Worlds Continuities: Mobility and Migration from the Eleventh to the Sixteenth Century The End of Intercivilizational Contact and the Economics of Religious Expulsions Ottoman Society, Europe, and the Beginnings of Colonial Contact PART 11 Other Worlds and European Colonialism to the Eighteenth Century Africa and the Slave Migration Systems Trade Posts and Colonies in the World of the Indian Ocean Latin America: Population Collapse and Resettlement Fur Empires and Colonies of Agricultural Settlement Forced Labor Migration in and to the Americas Migration and Conversion: Worldviews, Material Culture, Racial Hierarchies PART III Intercontinental Migration Systems to the Nineteenth Century Europe: Internal Migrations from' the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century The Russo-Siberian Migration System The Proletarian Mass Migrations in the Atlantic Economics The Asian Contract Labor Systern (1830s to 1920s) and Transpacific Migration Imperial Interest Groups and Subaltern Cultural Assertion PART IV Twentieth-Century Changes Forced Labor and Refugees in the Northern Hemisphere to the 1950s Between the Old and the New, 1920s to 1950s New Migration Systems since the 1960s Intercultural Strategies and Closed Doors in the 1990s

Über den Autor

Dirk Hoerder is Professor of History at the Universitat Bremen in Germany. He has written and edited numerous books. He is coeditor of "European Migrants: Global and Local Perspectives"; "The Settling of North America: The Atlas of the Great Migrations into North America from the Ice Age to the Present; ""People in Transit: German Migrations in Comparative Perspective," "1820""-1930"; "Roots of the Transplanted"";" and "Distant Magnets: Expectations and Realities in the Immigrant Experience, 1840""-1930."

Kritikerstimmen

Winner of the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award for the best book in social science history "An encyclopedic overview of who has moved where and why for the last thousand years." Immanuel Wallerstein, author of World-Systems Analysis: An Introduction "[Cultures in Contact] is of particular importance because Hoerder shows in great detail that it is necessary to move from a focus on the Atlantic migration system in order to give due weight to migration flows in Asia, Africa, and the Pacific world." Jeremy Black The National Interest "This extraordinary book, written on Braudelian scale, is the most complex and comprehensive history of human migration yet." Walter Nugent Pacific Historical Review "A massive and definitive study on migration in the second millennium."oP. G. Wallace Choice "Cultures in Contact is a landmark work, a broad and pioneering interpretation of the scope, patterns, and consequences of human migrations around the globe over the past ten centuries... Hoerder's work links world historical events to global and regional migration flows ... without losing sight of the individual men and women who moved, changed, suffered, prospered, and intermingled with their fellow human beings." Annemarie Steidl European History Quarterly "A truly significant book which derives its authority from cross-cultural primary research, as well as secondary reading, on a scale that few previous authors have attempted." Nicholas Canny History Today "Dirk Hoerder has achieved the enormous feat of moving a field forward by globalizing the study of human movements." Leslie Page Moch Journal of Social History "This book is a milestone in the history of migration." Leo Lucassen International Review of Social History "This is a one-of-a-kind book... [It] holds profound implications for our thinking about modernity and capitalism, culture and nationhood." Jan Nederveen Pieterse Bulletin of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies


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