Oceans connect : reflections on water worlds across time and space / edited by Rila Mukherjee.

Delhi : Primus Books, 2013.
xvi, 286 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.


Issues in history. [More in this series]
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  • Part I: Marine worlds
  • Sea worlds: Pacific and south-east Asian history centered on the Philippines / Paul D'arcy
  • Chasing the many faces of a marine goddess across the eastern Indian Ocean / Rila Mukherjee
  • Bypassed oceans / Arvind S. Susarla
  • Part II: Maritime worlds
  • Pacific currents, maritime empires, and Russia's oceanic moment / Ryan Tucker Jones
  • Networks and 'national' communities in the first global hispanic Atlantic / Ana Crespo Solana
  • Narrating little stories about the Portuguese in the making of world history / J.B. Owens
  • Jumping frontiers, crossing barriers - transfers between oceans: a case study of the Portuguese overseas expansion, 1400-1800 / Amélia Polónia
  • The Portuguese in the Indian Ocean in the first global age: transoceanic exchanges, naval power, port organization and trade / Amândo Jorge Morais Barros
  • Part III: Maritime world as space: Europe and the Indian Ocean
  • A global dream: the Indian Ocean in the European trading horizon / Antoni Picazo Muntaner
  • Oceans connect/fragment: a global view of the eastern ocean / Rila Mukherjee
  • Part IV: Formal and informal networks in maritime worlds: the Indian Ocean
  • Thai trade in the Indian Ocean: the contexts of pre-colonial Bay of Bengal port management / Lipi Ghosh
  • Human networks in the pre-modern world: rumours of piracy in Surat / Radhika Seshan
  • 'A profitable and advantageous commerce': European private trade in the western Indian Ocean / Ruby Maloni
  • Connecting seas: Indian textiles in the Indian Ocean trade in the early modern period / Om Prakash.
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