Portugal and its Empire, 1250-1800 (Collected Essays in Memory of Glenn J. Ames).: Portuguese Studies Review, Vol. 17, No. 1 (ISSN 1057-1515)

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Ivana Elbl
Baywolf Press, Aug 30, 2012 - History - 198 pages

The collection, which appeared as Vol. 17, No. 1 of the Portuguese Studies Review, features one of the last studies by Glenn Ames, dealing with the Goa Inquisition and with Franco-Portuguese rivalry in the Indian Ocean. The study heads a collection of essays covering Portuguese late medieval nobiliary registers, papal policy and Portuguese trade in sub-Saharan Africa, Portuguese Sebastianist millenarianism, the visual staging of political power in Rio de Janeiro, the commercial genesis of slave "ethnonyms", personal slave narratives, and women's voting rights in Portugal. The collection presents essays by Glenn J. Ames, José d'Assunção Barros, Ivana Elbl, José Maurício Saldanha Álvarez, Eduardo Medeiros, Adriana Pereira Campos, and Elsa M. Dias.


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Remembering Glenn Joseph Ames 19552010 Ivana Elbl
The Goa Inquisition and the Glenn J Ames
Os Livros de Linhagens suas estratégias discursivas e José DAssunção Barros
The Bull Romanus Pontifex 1455 and the Early Ivana Elbl
Tracing the Bryan Givens
José Maurício Saldanha
The Mozambiqueanisation of Slaves Embarking at Eduardo Medeiros
The Story of a Quilombola Slave Adriana Pereira Campos
Elsa M Dias

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About the author (2012)

Ivana Elbl is Professor of History at Trent University. Her publications deal with the societal dynamics of late medieval Portugal, Henry the Navigator, the early Portuguese presence in Africa, and the impact of the early overseas expansion on Portuguese society (in particular the elite), economy, and values.

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