"The authors’ analytical, historiographical approaches reveal multidisciplinary themes and trends from regional perspectives . . . Highly recommended."
"The other Princeton books I have reviewed recently have been superbly made and this volume is no exception. . . . For the right audience, those who have a sufficient grounding in the subject, it will earn its keep."
—John George Kendall, Reference Reviews
"In the end, this book is more than a “companion” to Atlantic history. It comprehensively summarizes a vibrant domain of scholarship, at the same time capturing an important moment in the history of historical writing. It will be valuable to specialists, students and general readers alike – in short, to anyone who wants to see a dynamic, cutting-edge field of scholarship in action."
—Marcus Rediker, Times Literary Supplement
The Princeton Companion to Atlantic History is the first encyclopedic reference work to explore Atlantic history in its full multi-continental scope. The Companion takes into account the multiple perspectives that the Atlantic World embodies, with an accent on its dynamics of change.
The Companion thus offers students, as well as practicing scholars, the first comprehensive reference guide to this growing field, in an epistemologically challenging historical examination of concepts critical to it.
Joseph C. Miller, University of Virginia
Vincent Brown, Duke University
Laurent Dubois, Duke University
Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, U. of Texas, Austin
Karen Kupperman, New York University
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