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Ciudades globales para un imperio: comerciantes y urbanismo

Cidades globais para a formação de um império: comerciantes e urbanismo

Revista História, vol. 21. n. 3 (set./dez. 2016)

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Publié le mercredi 18 mai 2016 par João Fernandes

Résumé

El objetivo del presente dossier es reflexionar sobre el papel desarrollado por los entornos urbanos en los diferentes entramados imperiales durante los siglos XVI a XVIII. Desde una óptica transnacional e interdisciplinar se tratarán diferentes casos de estudios a través de los cuales abordar la interacción establecida entre ciudades, comerciantes y puertos durante la Edad Moderna. La puesta en diálogo entre imperios, ciudades, comerciantes y urbanismo puede ser un interesante observatorio desde el que calibrar los efectos y consecuencias de una primera globalización durante la Edad Moderna.

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Argumento

El objetivo del presente dossier es reflexionar sobre el papel desarrollado por los entornos urbanos en los diferentes entramados imperiales durante los siglos XVI a XVIII. Desde una óptica trans-nacional e interdisciplinar se tratarán diferentes casos de estudios a través de los cuales abordar la interacción establecida entre ciudades, comerciantes y puertos durante la Edad Moderna.

Esta temática será abordada desde una doble perspectiva. Por un lado, se llevará a cabo un análisis del efecto de estos enclaves económicos en la articulación de estrategias comerciales. Por otro lado, se tomará en consideración la organización urbanística así como sus efectos y consecuencias en el funcionamiento de las dinámicas imperiales.

La puesta en diálogo entre imperios, ciudades, comerciantes y urbanismo puede ser un interesante observatorio desde el que calibrar los efectos y consecuencias de una primera globalización durante la Edad Moderna.

Organizadores

  • Alberto Baena Zapatero (UFG)
  • Francisco Zamora Rodriguez (Universidade Nova de Lisboa e Universidade das Açores)

Modalidades de sumisión

Data-limite para sumisión de las propuestas de contribución: 10/08/2016

 

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Dates

  • mercredi 10 août 2016

Mots-clés

  • cidade global, império, comerciante, urbanismo

Source de l'information

  • Alberto Baena Zapatero y Francisco Zamora Rodríguez Alberto Baena Zapatero y Francisco Zamora Rodríguez
    courriel : fjzamorarodriguez [at] gmail [dot] com

Pour citer cette annonce

« Cidades globais para a formação de um império: comerciantes e urbanismo », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 18 mai 2016, http://calenda.org/366834