Cross Currents and Community Networks: The History of the Indian Ocean World / Himanshu Prabha Ray, Edward Alpers
Cross Currents and Community Networks is an important contribution to a growing literature on the Indian Ocean world. Edited by historians Himanshu Prabha Ray and Edward A. Alpers, it brings together leading figures to discuss the cultural landscape of the Indian Ocean world and the communities that crossed it.
Ten Years of Debate on the Origins of the Great Divergence between the Economies of Europe and China during the Era of Mercantilism and Industrialization
1. Smith, Marx and Weber
The Struggle for the Eurasian Borderlands: From the Rise of Early Modern Empires to the End of the First World War / Alfred Rieber
The comparative history of empires has become a very popular subject in recent years, provoking interesting debates on the origins of the globalization process and on the future of post-Cold War international relations.(1) The focus on empires has also provided a constructive way to reassess the role of Europe in world history, going beyond the traditional great narrat
Asian American studies in which the ‘American’ refers to Latin America have seen a considerable growth in recent years.