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  1. Feb 06, 2020 · Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1983. Sophisticated volume by two of the foremost scholars of colonial Iberian America. Probably best suited to upper-division classes. Includes a useful annotated bibliography. MacLeod, Murdo J. “Spain and America: The Atlantic Trade, 1492–1720.”.

  2. Aug 24, 2018 · Iberian metropoles at the time were permitted to trade only with a series of colonial metropoles, such as Havana, Vera Cruz, Cartagena de Indias, and Goa. The history of these policies has not been written as of the mid-2010s. In this way, Lisbon, Seville, and Cadiz served as kingpins for Atlantic and Pacific commercial activities.

  3. José Antonio Castellanos-Pazos | 501 Casa Hispánica | (212) 854-0277 | jc846 @columbia.edu. The Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures (LAIC) at Columbia, located in the Casa Hispánica, has long enjoyed an international reputation as a center for Hispanic and Lusophone studies. The department provides linguistic preparation in ...

  4. Jan 07, 2021 · Other large cities on the Iberian Peninsula include Barcelona, Valencia, Seville, Zaragoza, and Malaga in Spain, as well as the city of Porto, in Portugal. How to Get There ©iStock.com/EunikaSopotnicka The Iberian Peninsula is well connected and can be reached via plane, bus, train, and by boat.

  5. This is especially important, since many readings of globalization presume Europe to be a unified center and identity for the modern world—a vision that Iberian states and peoples have complicated over centuries. Chapter 3 explores the Peninsula’s intense and changing relation to Africa, its peoples and cultures.

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