Cultures in Conflict: Encounters Between European and Non-European Cultures, 1492-1800
Focusing on the cultural encounters between European explorers and non-European peoples, the author reconstructs the experiences of both sides in case studies that span five continents.
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Introduction by Ritchie Robertson
Contacts Collisions and Relationships
Types of Cultural Encounter
The System of Limited Contacts
Missionary Work as a Cultural Relationship
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