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Pearls, People, and Power: pearling and Indian Ocean worlds.

(Indian Ocean Studies Series)

著者名:
Machado, P., S. Mullins & J. Christensen (ed.)
出版元:
Ohio U.P.
冊数:
x,426p maps
刊行年:
2019
ISBN:
9780821424025

Pearl industry and trade -- Indian Ocean Region -- History

Pearls, People, and Power will become a benchmark edited collection in world commodity history. It covers a large chronological and geographical swath of the pearl trade from the moment the pearls are first extracted by human hands, to when they are used, worn, or worked in a variety of forms. It's an ambitious attempt to take the entirety of the production and consumption of pearls into view in very different but often connected or comparable case studies." -- Kerry Ward, author of Networks of Empire: Forced Migration in the Dutch East India Company "This significant contribution to Indian Ocean history offers a unique intersection of environmental history and marine commodity extraction, bringing together a wealth of research about how this precious marine commodity was produced and traded across multiple sites across the vast Indian Ocean


Introduction Indian Ocean Pearling Worlds/ Pedro Machado
PART I COMMODIFICATION
Chapter 1 The Pearl Commodity Chain, Early Nineteenth Century to the End of the Second World War Trade, Processing, and Consumption/ William G. Clarence-Smith
Chapter 2 Tea, Pearls, and Pearl Shell: Cross-Cultural Trade, Slave Raiding, and the Transformation of Material Worlds---The Sulu Zone, China, and the West, 1349--1898/ James Francis Warren
PART II REGULATION, RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, AND SCIENCE
Chapter 3 An Uncertain Venture: Pearling Labor and Imperial Political Economy in South India and Sri Lanka, ca. 1790--1840/ Samuel M. Ostroff
Chapter 4 The Pearler's Problem: Management, Markets, and the Marine Environment in the Shark Bay Pearling Industry/ Joseph Christensen
Chapter 5 Early Pearling on the Indian Ocean's Southeast Fringe/ Michael Mccarthy
PART III REGIONALIZATION AND GLOBALIZATION
Chapter 6 Shell Routes: Exploring Burma's Pearling Histories/ Pedro Machado
Chapter 7 Pearl Fishing, Migration, and Globalization in the Persian Gulf, Eighteenth to Twentieth Centuries/ Robert Carter
Chapter 8 Enslaved Africans and the Globalization of Arabian Gulf Pearling/ Matthew S. Hopper
Chapter 9 Torres Strait in the Moluccas: The Transformation of Pearling in the Residency of Ambon, Netherlands Indies, 1890s--1942/ Steve Mullins
PART IV LIFE-STORIES, MEMORY, AND EXPERIENCES
Chapter 10 Pearling Fortunes: Recovering `Ali al-Nahari, a Legendary Red Sea Magnate in the Early Twentieth Century/ Jonathan Miran
Chapter 11 Pearling Women in North Australia Indigenous Workers and Wives/ Julia T. Martinez
Chapter 12 "Pearly Shells," a "Perfect Pearl," and a Guitar in a Pillowcase: Australian Pearling Industry Songs as Community and Personal Memories/ Karl Neuenfeldt
Selected Bibliography

No.
51985
価格:
17,829円


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