Praise for women of the iberian atlantic transcending traditional dichotomies this informative and well conceived book offers more nuanced and complicated narratives of female experience and agency diversity and interconnectivity community and diaspora race and gender globality and locality in this transatlantic realm. They extend the boundaries of the traditional atlantic by analyzing healing knowledge of indigenous women in portuguese goa and kinship bonds among women in spanish east texas together these innovative essays rechart the iberian atlantic while revealing the widespread impact of womens activities on the emergence of the iberian atlantic world. The ten essays in this interdisciplinary collection explore the lives places and stories of women in the iberian atlantic between 1500 and 1800 distinguished contributors such as ida altman matt d childs and allyson m poska utilize the complexities of gender to understand issues of race class family health and religious practices in the atlantic basin. Women of the iberian atlantic book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers the ten essays in this interdisciplinary collection explore . Introduction women of the iberian atlantic gendered dimensions of empire sarah e owens and jane e mangan to read women of the iberian atlantic is to watch a picture emerge a col lage of women participating in the creation of the iberian atlantic
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