Table of contents for Atlantic diasporas : Jews, conversos, and crypto-Jews in the age of mercantilism, 1500-1800 / edited by Richard L. Kagan and Philip D. Morgan.


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Jews and Crypto-Jews in the Atlantic World Systems,
15oo00-800    3
Jonathan Israel
Jewish History in an Age of Atlanticism  18
Adam Sutcliffe
PART II: MERCANTILISM
Networks of Colonial Entrepreneurs: The Founders of the Jewish
Settlements in Dutch America, s65os and 166os  33
Wim Klooster
English Markets, Jewish Merchants, and Atlantic Endeavors:
Jews and the Making of British Transatlantic Commercial Culture,
165o0-Soo     50
Holly Snyder
La Nacidn among the Nations: Portuguese and Other
Maritime Trading Diasporas in the Atlantic, Sixteenth to
Eighteenth Centuries  75
Daviken Studnicki-Gizbert
Sephardic Merchants in the Early Modern Atlantic and Beyond:
Toward a Comparative Historical Approach to Business
PART III: IDENTITY AND RELIGION
Jews and New Christians in Dutch Brazil, 163o0-1654  123
Bruno Feitler
A Matriarchal Matter: Slavery, Conversion, and Upward
Mobility in Suriname's Jewish Community   152
Aviva Ben- iUr
Catholics, Jews, and Muslims in Early Seventeenth-Century
Guind     170
Peter Mark and Jose da Silva Horta
"These Indians Are Jews!" Lost Tribes, Crypto-Jews, and Jewish
Self-Fashioning in Antonio de Montezino's Relacidn
of 1644     195
Ronnie Perelis



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Sephardim History Congresses, Marranos History Congresses, Jews History Congresses, Economic history 1600-1750 Congresses