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Polycentric Monarchies: How Did Early Modern Spain and Portugal Achieve and Maintain a Global Hegemony?
Cardim, Pedro & Herzog, Tamar et al(ed.)
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SBC: No. 130428
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体裁 : 17 x 24.5 cm   viii+242 pags.   paper cover  London
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Having succeeded in establishing themselves in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, in the early 16th century Spain and Portugal became the first imperial powers on a worldwide scale. Between 1580 and 1640, when these two entities were united, they achieved an almost global hegemony, constituting the largest political force in Europe and abroad. Although they lost their political primacy in the seventeenth century, both monarchies survived and were able to enjoy a relative success until the early 19th century. The aim of this collection is to answer the question how and why their cultural and political legacies persist to date.

Part I focuses on the construction of the monarchy, examining the ways different territories integrated in the imperial network mainly by inquiring to what extent local political elites maintained their autonomy, and to what a degree they shared power with the royal administration. Part II deals primarily with the circulation of ideas, models and people, observing them as they move in space but also as they coincide in the court, which was a veritable melting pot in which the various administrations that served the Kings and the various territories belonging to the monarchy developed their own identities, fought for recognition, and for what they considered their proper place in the global hierarchy. Part III explains the forms of dependence and symbiosis established with other European powers, such as Genoa and the United Provinces. Attempting to reorient the politics of these states, political and financial co-dependence often led to bad economic choices.

The Editors and Contributors discard the portrayal of the Iberian monarchies as the accumulation of many bilateral relations arranged in a radial pattern, arguing that these political entities were polycentric, that is to say, they allowed for the existence of many different centres which interacted and thus participated in the making of empire. The resulting political structure was complex and unstable, albeit with a general adhesion to a discourse of loyalty to King and religion.


CONTENTS:

Red Columnaria......vii
Editors’ Acknowledgments......viii

Introduction
Polycentric Monarchies: How Did Early Modern Spain and Portugal Achieve and Maintain a Global Hegemony?, Pedro Cardim, Tamar Herzog, Jose Javier Ruiz Ibáñez and Gaetano Sabatini......3

Part I: Spaces of Integration

1. Maritime Archipelago, Political Archipelago: The Azores under the Habsburgs (1581-1640), Jean-Frédéric Schaub......11

2. Architect of the New World: Juan de Solórzano Pereyra and the Status of the Americas, Oscar Mazin Gómez......27

3. The Representatives of Asian and American Cities at the Cortes of Portugal, Pedro Cardim......43

4. Overseas Alliances: The English Marriage and the Peace with Holland in Bahia (1661-1725), Rodrigo Bentes Monteiro......54

Part II: Spaces of Circulation

5. Family, Bureaucracy and the Crown: The Wedding Market as a Form of Integration among Spanish Elites in the Early Modern Period, Enrique Soria Mesa......73

6. From Alliance to Conflict, From Finance to Justice: A Portuguese family in Spanish Naples (1590-1660) Gaetano Sabatini......90

7. Trading Money and Empire Building in Spanish Milan (1570-1640), Giuseppe De Luca......108

8. Visible Signs of Belonging: The Spanish Empire and the Rise of Racial Logics in the Early Modern Period, Jean Paul Zúñiga......125

9. Can You Tell a Spaniard Whtn You See One?: ‘Us’ and ‘Them’ in the Early Modern Iberian Atlantic, Tamar Herzog......147

10. Comprehend, Discuss and Negotiate: Doing Politics in the Kingdom of Valencia en the Sixteenth Century, Juan Francisco Pardo Molero......162

Part III: External Projections

11. Republican Monarchies, Patrimonial Republics: The Catholic Monarchy and the Merchantil Republics of Gena and the United Provinces, Manuel Herrero Sánchez......181

12. ‘A Thing Not Seen in Paris since Its Founding’: The Spanish Garrison of 1590 to 1594, Jose Javier Ruiz Ibáñez......197

Epilogo
Polycentri Monarchies: Understanding the Grand Multinational Organizations of the Early Modern Period, Alberto Marcos Martin......217

The Editors and Contributors......227
Index......231


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