For half a century David Beers Quinn wrote on the history of the early relationship between England and North America. This volume was presented in tribute to his meticulous and authoritative but cautious scholarship, on the occasion of his 85th birthday. It includes his qReflectionsq on a lifetime of research, and his bibliography. But his interests in the early period of qthe expansion of Europeq have never been limited to England or North America, and this volume accordingly takes as its theme the widest historical context of the subject and period, the whole European outthrust and encounter, in its first phase. Ten contributions by recognized scholars provide select exemplars, to serve as a stimulating introduction to this vast theme. Three overview essays deal with specific regions of the outthrust, chosen because of differences in outcome: Ethiopia, the Far East, and Siberia. The remaining essays consider specific episodes in localities ranging from Guayana to China, and their discursive echoes, and are essentially concerned with a leading feature of David Quinnas scholarship, the discovery, examination and interpretation of sources. A preliminary essay discusses the theme and links the various contributions within a framework of critical generalization.a#39;Bermuda in the age of exploration and early settlementa#39;, Bermuda Journal of Archaeology and Maritime History, 1, 1-23. a#39;North America: a last report? ... a#39;Henri Quatre and New Francea#39;, Terrae Incognitae, 22, 13-28. a#39;Henri IV et la Nouvelleanbsp;...
|Title||:||The European Outthrust and Encounter|
|Author||:||Cecil H. Clough|
|Publisher||:||Liverpool University Press - 1994|