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Where the Devil Stands: A Microhistorical Reading of Empires as Multiple Moral Worlds (Manila–Mexico, 1577–1580)

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"Woe to thee, o land, when thy king is a child and thy princes feast in the morning. (Ecclesiastes 10:16)". As it developed in its English-speaking version over the course of the last three decades, global history has mostly been the story of a world peopled by large-scale and relatively resilient entities (such as cultures, civilizations, religions). One specific entity, namely ‘imperial polities’, has been granted a prominent place in the grand narrative of how the world became more and more densely interconnected...
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Romain Bertrand. Where the Devil Stands: A Microhistorical Reading of Empires as Multiple Moral Worlds (Manila–Mexico, 1577–1580). Past and Present, 2019, 242 (Supplement 14 (November 2019)), pp.83-109. ⟨10.1093/pastj/gtz039⟩. ⟨hal-03456021⟩
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