The Basque Enlightenment, Cuba, and Slavery: for a Genealogy of Imperial Entanglement (I)

Publication Note: This is the first of three adapted parts of the paper given at this summer's project workshop by co-investigator Joseba Gabilondo (Michigan State University). My research centers on a Basque trading family that expanded on both sides of the Atlantic: ┬áCuba, England, and Spain. The importance of this research emerges from the most … Continue reading The Basque Enlightenment, Cuba, and Slavery: for a Genealogy of Imperial Entanglement (I)