By Birgit Tremml-Werner
Spain, China and Japan in Manila, 15711644 deals a brand new standpoint at the attached histories of Spain, China, and Japan as they emerged and built following Manila’s starting place because the capital of the Spanish Philippines in 1571. reading a wealth of multilingual basic assets, Birgit Tremml-Werner indicates that cross-cultural encounters not just formed Manila’s improvement as a Eurasian” port urban, but in addition had profound political, monetary, and social ramifications for the 3 pre-modern states. Combining a scientific comparability with a spotlight on particular actors in this interval, this booklet addresses many long-held misconceptions and provides a extra balanced and multi-faceted view of those countries’ histories.
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16-17. 93 Crossley (2011), Ríos Coronel. 94 Miguel de Loarca participated in the first mission from the Spanish Philippines to China in 1574-1575. 134-187. 95 One of the problems of this magnus opus is that it was compiled at the heyday of American imperialism. 100 The method is from anthropology and describes the process of reading a text beyond its author’s intention. 101 In our specific case, it requires a very high degree 95 Blair, Robertson, The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898. 96 Prior to Emma Blair and James Robertson, the Spanish civil servant and ambiguous scholar of the Philippines Wenceslao E.
8 For Spanish juridical and economic institutions, see Yun-Casalilla (2004), Marte Contra Minerva. 9 The year 1492 heralded the high point of the Spanish Overseas Empire, when after the conquest of the last moro bastion in Granada and the expulsion of the Jews, Genoese seafarer Christopher Columbus ‘discovered’ the Caribbean for Europe under the flag of the Catholic Kings. Before long, military force turned large parts of the American continents, including the empires of the Aztecs and the Incas, into Spanish colonial territories.
88 Zhang (1981), Dongxi yangkao (hereafter: Dongxi yangkao). Large parts of the collection are based on records of the Ming shi. 89 Chen (1964), Fujian tongzhi; Ruan Yuan, Li Mo (eds) (1981), Guangdong tongzhi. 90 Their works on the Philippines are closely linked to other potential missionary fields and projects. Thus, accounts of ‘Asia Oriental’ include extensive descriptions of countries and peoples of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. 91 Some of them are still scattered over the globe in the original print and others have been re-edited over the years and can be found in almost any academic library.
Spain, China and Japan in Manila, 1571-1644: Local Comparisons and Global Connections by Birgit Tremml-Werner