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The Sephardic Atlantic

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    Chapter 1 Postcolonial Approaches to the Early Modern Sephardic Atlantic
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    Chapter 2 New Christian Slave Traders: A Literature Review and Research Agenda
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    Chapter 3 A “Racial” Approach to the History of Early Afro-Portuguese Relationships? The Case of Senegambia and Cabo Verde in the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries
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    Chapter 4 Mediating Multiculturalism: Jews, Blacks, and Curaçao, 1825–1970
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    Chapter 5 Galut and Empire: On the Way to Final Redemption
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    Chapter 6 Caspar Barlaeus, Dutch Expansion, and the Sephardic Community in the Atlantic World: A Note on the Intellectual History of Amsterdam in the Seventeenth Century
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    Chapter 7 The Empire Writes Back: David Nassy and Jewish Creole Historiography in Colonial Suriname
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    Chapter 8 Jewish Savannah in Atlantic Perspective: A Reconsideration of North America’s First Intentional Jewish Community
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    Chapter 9 Becoming Imperial Citizens: Jews and Freemasonry in the British Caribbean (Early Nineteenth Century)
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    Chapter 10 Christopher Columbus and Jamaican Jews: History into Memory
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    Chapter 11 Triangulating Memory: Sephardism in Caribbean Literature
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    Chapter 12 Esther Brandeau/Jacques La Fargue: An Eighteenth-Century Multicrosser in the Canadian Cultural Archive
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    Chapter 13 Judeo-Moroccan Traditions and the Age of European Expansionism in North Africa
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The Sephardic Atlantic
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Springer International Publishing, December 2018
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-99196-2
978-3-31-999195-5, 978-3-31-999196-2

Rauschenbach, Sina, Schorsch, Jonathan

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