Table of contents for Portuguese colonial cities in the early modern world / edited by Liam M. Brockey.

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Table of Contents
			Introduction: Nodes of Empire by Liam Matthew Brockey
Part One
Chapter One 	In the Shadow of Empire: Portuguese Jewish Communities in the Sixteenth Century, by José Alberto Rodrigues da Silva Tavim
Chapter Two	The Jesuits and the Political Language of the City: Riot and Procession in Early Seventeenth-Century Salvador da Bahia, by Charlotte de Castelnau-L¿Estoile
Chapter Three	Nagasaki: The Early Years of an Early Modern Japanese City, by J.S.A. Elisonas
Part Two
Chapter Four	Mozambique Island: The Rise and Decline of a Colonial Port City, by Malyn Newitt
Chapter Five	The Province of the North: Continuity and Change in an Age of Decline and Rebirth, ca. 1571-1680, by Glenn J. Ames
Chapter Six	Charity, Ritual, and Business at the Edge of Empire: The Misericórdia of Macau, by Isabel dos Guimarães S 
Part Three
Chapter Seven	The King¿s Processions: Municipal and Royal Authority and the Hierarchies of Power in Colonial Salvador, by Stuart B. Schwartz
Chapter Eight	Notes on a Project for the City of Goa, by Diogo Ramada Curto
Chapter Nine	Sol oriens in occiduo: Representations of Empire and the City in Early Eighteenth-Century Brazil, by Kirsten Schultz
Chapter Ten	Luanda: A Colonial City between Africa and the Atlantic, Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, by Catarina Madeira Santos

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Colonial cities -- History.
Cities and towns -- Portugal -- Colonies -- History.