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The Resource Historical archaeology of early modern colonialism in Asia-Pacific, Volume I, The Southwest Pacific and Oceanian regions, María Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-Hwa Tsang, Editors

Historical archaeology of early modern colonialism in Asia-Pacific, Volume I, The Southwest Pacific and Oceanian regions, María Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-Hwa Tsang, Editors

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Historical archaeology of early modern colonialism in Asia-Pacific, Volume I, The Southwest Pacific and Oceanian regions
Title
Historical archaeology of early modern colonialism in Asia-Pacific
Title number
Volume I
Title part
The Southwest Pacific and Oceanian regions
Statement of responsibility
María Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-Hwa Tsang, Editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
For decades, global colonialism and capitalist expansion has been viewed and interpreted as a purely Eurocentric phenomenon beginning in the sixteenth century with the age of exploration. Recent research has pulled the focus from Europe toward China as the first agent of global expansion. This collection will continue to challenge the northern European narrative to include the Chinese, Iberian, and Japanese connections to global transformations and economies. The Asia-Pacific area developed tighter and more cohesive regional trade networks and had a greater impact on local populations in areas such as consumption patterns and artistic creation
Dewey number
995
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Cruz Berrocal, María,
  • Zang, Zhenhua,
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  • Nationalism
  • Nationalism
  • Pacific Area
  • Southeast Asia
Label
Historical archaeology of early modern colonialism in Asia-Pacific, Volume I, The Southwest Pacific and Oceanian regions, María Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-Hwa Tsang, Editors
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Copyright
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Understanding early modern colonialism in Asia and the Pacific / María Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-Hwa Tsang -- Historiographical absences and archaeological consequences: the early modern European journeys in the Pacific / María Cruz Berrocal -- The abandonment of Alofi Island (Western Polynesia) before missionary times: a consequence of early European contact? / Christophe Sand -- When "early" modern colonialism comes late: historical archaeology in Vanuatu / James L. Flexner and Matthew Spriggs -- From first encounters to sustained engagement and alienation: European and ni-vanuatu contact from 1774 To 1915, Port Sandwich, Malakula, Vanuatu, Southwest Pacific / Stuart Bedford, Marcellin Abong, Richard Shing and Frederique Valentin -- "Great powers" in the Pacific Islands: a calibrated comparison of Spanish and Anglo-American colonialism / James M. Bayman -- Spain in the Mariana Islands, 1521-1898 / Frank J. Quimby -- The archaeological remains of early modern Spanish colonialism on Guam and their implications / Boyd Dixon, Andrea Jalandoni and Cacilie Craft -- Jesuit missionary work in the Mariana Islands (1668-1769) / Alexandre Coello de la Rosa -- Island Taiwan in the seventeenth century: an historiographical overview / Ann Heylen -- Encountering the wider world before the transition to history: Chinese ceramics in proto-historic Taiwan -- (tenth-sixteenth centuries) / Liu Yi-Chang and Wang Su-chin
Control code
on1013541265
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Extent
1 online resource
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813052960
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unknown
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eBooks on EBSCOhost
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not applicable
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1013541265
Label
Historical archaeology of early modern colonialism in Asia-Pacific, Volume I, The Southwest Pacific and Oceanian regions, María Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-Hwa Tsang, Editors
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Understanding early modern colonialism in Asia and the Pacific / María Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-Hwa Tsang -- Historiographical absences and archaeological consequences: the early modern European journeys in the Pacific / María Cruz Berrocal -- The abandonment of Alofi Island (Western Polynesia) before missionary times: a consequence of early European contact? / Christophe Sand -- When "early" modern colonialism comes late: historical archaeology in Vanuatu / James L. Flexner and Matthew Spriggs -- From first encounters to sustained engagement and alienation: European and ni-vanuatu contact from 1774 To 1915, Port Sandwich, Malakula, Vanuatu, Southwest Pacific / Stuart Bedford, Marcellin Abong, Richard Shing and Frederique Valentin -- "Great powers" in the Pacific Islands: a calibrated comparison of Spanish and Anglo-American colonialism / James M. Bayman -- Spain in the Mariana Islands, 1521-1898 / Frank J. Quimby -- The archaeological remains of early modern Spanish colonialism on Guam and their implications / Boyd Dixon, Andrea Jalandoni and Cacilie Craft -- Jesuit missionary work in the Mariana Islands (1668-1769) / Alexandre Coello de la Rosa -- Island Taiwan in the seventeenth century: an historiographical overview / Ann Heylen -- Encountering the wider world before the transition to history: Chinese ceramics in proto-historic Taiwan -- (tenth-sixteenth centuries) / Liu Yi-Chang and Wang Su-chin
Control code
on1013541265
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813052960
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1013541265

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