Irish Voices from the Spanish Inquisition (eBook, PDF) - O'Connor, Thomas
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Produktbeschreibung
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan UK
  • Erscheinungstermin: 08.04.2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781137465900
  • Artikelnr.: 44915775
Autorenporträt
Inhaltsangabe

PART I: SIXTEENTH CENTURY. - 1. The European Context For Irish Migrant Mobility. - 2. Irish Merchants And The Inquisition. - 3. Irish Clergy On The Move PART II: SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. - 4. Diversifying Migrant Roles. - 5. The Irish In Spanish America. - 6. Inquisitorial Intrigue And The Mexican Irish. - PART III: EIGHTEENTH CENTURY 7. Irish Soldiers And The Inquisition, 1700 1750. - 8. Eighteenth-Century Mercantile Diaspora. - 9. Irish Money And Industry In Spain. - 10. Gendering The Migrant Experience
Rezensionen
"Meticulously researched and beautifully written, this remarkable volume will be required reading for anyone interested in early modern history in general and migrant history in particular." (Salvador Ryan, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Vol. 69, 2018)

"This book accomplishes the admirable feat of both illuminating a topic that remains obscure and using well-known sources in surprisingly new ways. ... this is a very important book that helps establish a framework for future research. It is without a doubt a must-read for students of early modern history and the history of migration more generally." (Freddy C. Dominguez, Irish Theological Quarterly, Vol. 82 (2), May, 2017)

"This new book aims to provide a groundbreaking analysis of the activities and role played by the Irish migrants in Spain and in the Spanish colonies in America during the early modern period. ... O'Connor's book is an outstanding and extremely well-researched investigation that has contributed to a significant expansion of the historiography on the cultural, political, and religious links that existed between Ireland the Spanish monarchy." (Matteo Binasco, The Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 103 (2), 2017)