Formal and Informal Empire
Portuguese Relations with the Non-European World

Edited by Toby Green and Malyn Newitt

Portuguese Studies 28.2

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 October 2012  •  114pp

ISBN: 978-1-907322-71-6 (paperback)

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Contents:

122
Preface
Toby Green, Malyn Newitt
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123-125
Introduction
Toby Green, Malyn Newitt
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126-142
African Orality in Iberian Space: Critique of Barros and Myth of Racial Discourse
José Lingna Nafafé
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143-158
Respect and Superiority: The Ceremonial Rules of Goan Diplomacy and the Survival of the Estado da Índia, 1707–50
João Vicente Melo
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159-172
Forms of Cooperation between Dutch-Flemish, Sephardim and Portuguese Private Merchants for the Western African Trade within the Formal Dutch and Iberian Atlantic Empires, 1590–1674
Filipa Ribeiro da Silva
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173-185
Free Agents and Formal Institutions in the Portuguese Empire: Towards a Framework of Analysis
Cátia Antunes
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186-200
The Constraints of Late Colonial Reform Policy: Forced Labour Scandals in the Portuguese Congo (Angola) and the Limits of Reform under Authoritarian Colonial Rule, 1955–61
Alexander Keese
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201-215
The Last Throw of the Dice: Portugal, Rhodesia and South Africa, 1970–74
Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses, Robert McNamara
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216-229
The Informalization of Formal Portuguese Controls on People's Movements and Identity in the Colony of Mozambique: The Heritage of Portuguese Colonialism in Current Local African Politics
Corrado Tornimbeni
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Bibliography entry:

Green, Toby, and Malyn Newitt (eds), Formal and Informal Empire: Portuguese Relations with the Non-European World (= Portuguese Studies, 28.2 (2012))

First footnote reference: 35 Formal and Informal Empire: Portuguese Relations with the Non-European World, ed. by Toby Green and Malyn Newitt (= Portuguese Studies, 28.2 (2012)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Green and Newitt, p. 47.

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Green, Toby, and Malyn Newitt (eds). 2012. Formal and Informal Empire: Portuguese Relations with the Non-European World (= Portuguese Studies, 28.2)

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ (Green and Newitt 2012: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 Green and Newitt 2012: 21.

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