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As we have seen throughout the Early Modern Period, imperial states had ancient and medieval notions of kingship: “mandate [or son] of heaven,”
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The course will allow students to establish a broader definition of the ‘urban,’ forging commonalities amongst a diversity of cities
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How can we explain the different paths chosen by the new nations, and how should we understand the case of Cuba, which remained a colony of Spain until the final decade of the century?
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