Abstract

Abstract:

The important role that the Mediterranean played in England's development as an imperial power in the early modern period has begun to be appreciated, but more work is required to properly historicize the interactions which occurred during this time and understand their impact. This article argues that to do this it is necessary to move beyond generalized interpretations and examine the impact of encounter at the individual level. Moreover, through examining the experiences of one such sojourner, it demonstrates how a focus on acculturative change can provide novel insights into the consequences of historical encounters between European and non-European peoples.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1832-8334
Print ISSN
0313-6221
Pages
pp. 131-153
Launched on MUSE
2019-04-25
Open Access
No
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