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Global History with Chinese Characteristics

Autocratic States along the Silk Road in the Decline of the Spanish and Qing Empires 1680-1796

by Manuel Perez-Garcia

Global History with Chinese Characteristics

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This open book examines perceptions and dialogues between China and Europe by analysing strategic geopolitical sites which fostered commerce, consumption and socioeconomic networks between China and Europe through a particular case study: Macau, connecting with South China, and Marseille in Mediterranean Europe from 1680 to 1800. How did foreign merchant networks and trans‐national communities of Macau and Marseille operate during the eighteenth century and contribute to somehow transfer respectively European and Chinese socio‐cultural habits and forms in local population? What was the degree and channels of consumption of European goods in China and Chinese goods in Europe? Through these questions the book explores the bilateral Sino‐European trade relations and considers how the trans‐national dimension of exotic commodities changed tastes by creating a new type of global consumerism.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download Global History with Chinese Characteristics ebook for free in PDF format (24.1 MB).

Book Details

Title
Global History with Chinese Characteristics
Subject
History
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Published
2021
Pages
272
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9789811578649
ISBN10
9811578648
ISBN13 Digital
9789811578656
ISBN10 Digital
9811578656
PDF Size
24.1 MB
License
CC BY

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