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Catia Antunes

Professor of History of Global Economic Networks

Name
Prof.dr. C.A.P. Antunes
Telephone
+31 71 527 2735
E-mail
c.a.p.antunes@hum.leidenuniv.nl
ORCID iD
0000-0003-4343-029X

Catia Antunes is a Professor of History of Global Economic Networks at the institute for History.

More information about Catia Antunes

Cátia Antunes (1976) obtained her degree in History from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, after reading at the Centre of Urban History, University of Leicester (UK) and the History Department, Leiden University (The Netherlands). She obtained her PhD in November 2004, under the supervision of Prof. Richard T. Griffiths and Prof. Femme. S. Gaastra, with the dissertation Globalisation in the Early Modern Period: the economic relationship between Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1640-1705.

In 2003 she became Assistant Professor at the Economic and Social History section, Institute for History, Leiden University. In 2004 and 2005 she did post-doc research for the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia in Portugal. She spent the academic year of 2007-2008 at the History Department of Yale University, on a Fulbright Research grant as a guest of Ezra Stiles College, under Prof. Stuart B. Schwartz. As of March 2013, she has been appointed Associate Professor in Early Modern Economic History.

Catia’s interest for cross-cultural business networks during the Early Modern period has developed into a broader research profile about free agency and empire building in the Netherlands in comparative perspective with other Western European Empires. This research profile has been awarded a VIDI grant by the Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) in May 2012. This comparative approach will be further explored with a global intake on the way Western European and Ottoman maritime monopolies shaped free agency and informal empire building before the Age of Revolutions and has been awarded a Starting Grant for the research project 'Fighting Monopolies' by the European Research Council in July 2012.

In 2014, Catia expanded her research into a new interdisciplinary field of research. Together with maritime archeologists, specialists in dendrochronology, climatologists and environmentalists, looked at factors surrounding the use of wood, exchange and depletion of forestry resources in Early Modern Europe, from a historical perspective (Marie Curie-ITN scheme). The ForSeaDiscovery enquires into the link between forestry, sea power and economic growth. 

As of September 2017, Cátia will be exploring the complexities in the governance of the Dutch empire, from the perspective of diversity in the project 'Resilient Diversity: the Governance of Racial and Religious Plurality in the Dutch Empire, 1600-1800'. In a joint venture with Karwan Fatah Black (Leiden University), Ulbe Bosma (IISG-Amsterdam) and Matthias van Rossum (IISG-Amsterdam), we question how Dutch colonial institutions govern diversity in North America, the Caribbean, Western Africa and Asia. At the same time, we are looking for the reasons why institutions that govern diversity were so resilience and have had lasting impact on modern systems of governance.

Research interests

  • Urban History 1500-2000
  • Port History 1500-2000
  • Cross-Cultural Entrepeneurship, 1500-1800
  • European and Ottoman expansion overseas in comparative perspective
  • Social Network Theory
  • Globalisation in History and the Rise of the West
  • Governance of Early Modern diversity

Grants and Honors

  • 2017-2021: VrijeCompetitie (NWO)
  • 2014-2015: ForSeaDiscovery, Marie Curie ITN Grant
  • 2013-2018: Member of the Young Academy of Europe
  • 2013-2018: ERC-Starting Grant (European Research Council)
  • 2012-2016: VIDI, Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO)
  • 2011-2012: Carla Musterd Teaching Award for Best Teacher 2011, History Department, Leiden University
  • 2007-2008: Fulbright Research Fellow at the History Department, Yale University (USA) for the project: Atlantic Entrepreneurship: cross-cultural business networks, 1580-1776.
  • 2005-2006: post-doctoral grant by Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia ( Portugal) for the project: Amsterdamand the Portuguese ports 1580-1640: globalization in comparative perspective

Major publications

Antunes C.A, P. & Fatah-Black K.J. (eds.) (2016), Explorations in History and Globalization. London: Routledge.

Antunes C.A.P. & Polónia A. (eds.) (2016), Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800. Leiden: Brill.

Polónia A. & Antunes C. (eds.) (2016), Seaports in the First Global Age. Portuguese Agents, Networks and Interactions (1500-1800). Porto: UPorto Edições.

Antunes C.A.P. & Gommans J.L.L. (eds.) (2015), Exploring the Dutch Empire: Agents, Networks and Institutions, 1600 – 2000. London: Bloomsbury Publishers.

Trivellato F., Halevi L. & Antunes C. (eds.) (2014), Religion and Trade: Cross-Cultural Exchanges in World History, 1000-1900. New York: Oxford University Press.

Antunes C.A.P. & Ribeiro da Silva F.I. (2010), Finding the way: Lisbon Inquisition Index database. Lisbon: Arquivo Nacional Torre do Tombo.

Antunes C.A.P. (2009), Lisboa e Amesterdao 1640-1705. Um caso de globalizacao na Historia Moderna. Lisbon: Livros do Horizonte.

Antunes C.A.P. (2005), translation M. Wiesebron: Brazilie in de Nederlandse archieven (1624-1654): de West-Indische Compagnie: overgekomen brieven en papieren uit Brazilie en Curaçao (O Brasil em arquivos neerlandeses (1624-1654): a primeira Companhia das Índias Ocidentais Neerlandesa: cartas e papéis vindos do Brasil e de Curaçao). Leiden: CNWS.

Antunes C.A.P. (2004), Globalisation in the Early Modern period: the economic relationship between Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1640-1705. Amsterdam: Aksant.

PhD supervision

Erik Odegard; Kate Ekama; Joris van den Tol; Kaarle Wirta; Julie Svalastog; Elizabeth Heijmans; Edgar Cravo Bertrand Pereira

Professor of History of Global Economic Networks

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Institute for History
  • Economische en Sociale geschiedenis

Work address

Johan Huizinga
Doelensteeg 16
2311 VL Leiden
Room number 2.11

Contact

  • Antunes C.A.P. (2019), Dutch-Portuguese Diplomatic Encounters, 1640-1703: Exchanges, Sovereignty and 'World Peace', Journal of Early Modern History 23(5): 458-474.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2019), Special Issue: European Shipbuilding and Ship Repairs Outside of Europe, International Journal of Maritime History 31(3): 456–464.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P., Brand, A.J., Brand R.J.W.M., Daalder R., Dissel A.M.C. van, Heijveld W., Netten D.H. van, Odegard E.L.L. & Wildeman D. (2019), Member of editorial staff Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis 1(38).editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2019), An Old Practitioner Still in Search of the métier d’historien Response to Peer Vries, “The Prospects of Global History: Personal Reflections of an Old Believer, International Review of Social History 64(1): 123-127.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Miranda S.M. (2019), Going Bust: Some Reflections on Colonial Bankruptcies, Itinerario: International Journal on the History of European Expansion and Global Interaction 43(1): 47-62.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Miranda S.M. (2019), Special Issue (Itinerario): Colonial Bankruptcies Member of editorial staff .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2019), The Portuguese Maritime Empire: Global Nodes and Transnational Networks. In: Strootman R., Eijnde F. van den, Wijk R. van (Eds.) Empires of the Sea. Maritime Power Networks in World History. Leiden: Brill. 294-311.book chapter
  • Antunes & C.A.P. (2018), Commerce maritime: le systeme maritime urbain. Paris, (Dictionnaire: Les Pays-Bas au siecle d'or. D'Union d'Utrecht a la Paix d'Utrecht (1579-1713)). [other].other
  • Antunes C.A..P. (2018), From Binary Narratives to Diversified Tales: Changing the Paradigm in the Study of Dutch Colonial Participation, Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 131(3): 393-408.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P., Munch Miranda S. & Salvado J.P. (2018), The Resources of Others: Dutch Exploitation of European Expansion and Empires, 1570-1800, Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 131(3): 501-522.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P., Ribeiro da Silva & Filipa Isabel (2018), Windows of Global Exchange: Dutch Ports and the Slave Trade, 1600-1800, International Journal of Maritime History 30(3): 422-441.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2018), Comparing Governances and Diversities in the Dutch, English and Portuguese Empires.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2018), European Shipbuilding Outside of Europe: Problems, Questions and Curious Hypotheses.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2018), Exploring the Empire of Others: Questions, Methodologies and Hypotheses around Merchant Behavior and Culture.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2018), Freight Costs as Proxy for Assessing Investment in Atlantic Shipping - a Case-Study Based on the Amsterdam Notarial Deeds, 1580s-1776.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2018), Merchant Culture? Questions, Methodologies and Perspectives.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Frenz M. (2018), Negotiating Diversity in the Early Modernd and Modern World: Conceptual Considerations.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2018), River Societies: Past, Present and Future.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2018), Special Issue: Dutch Empire: Old Questions, New Perspectives, Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis. [other].other
  • Antunes C.A.P., Munch Miranda S. & João Paulo Salvado (2018), The Resources of Others: Dutch Exploitation of European Expansion and Empires, 1570-1800, Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 131(3): 501-522.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P., Heijmans E. A.R. & Svalastog J.M. (2017), Essai de comparison des companies néerlandaise, anglaise et francaise traitant sur la cote occidentale de l'Afrique au XVIIe siecle. In: Roulet E. (Ed.) Les premieres compagnies dans l'Atlantique, 1600-1650. I- Structures et modes de fonctionnement. Aachen: Shaker Verlag. 161-187.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2017), On Cosmopolitanism and Cross-Culturalism: An Enquiry into the Business Practices and Multiple Identities of the Portuguese Merchants of Amsterdam. In: Bethencourt F. (Ed.) Cosmopolitanism in the Portuguese-Speaking World. Leiden: Brill.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P., Daalder R., Dissel A.M.C. van, Heijveld W., Netten D. van, Odegard E.L.L., Tang D.J., Wildeman D. & Wubs-Mrozewics J.J. (2017), Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis Member of editorial staff Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis 2(36).editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (9 June 2017), Buiten de lijntjes kleuren: wanneer grenzen, culturen en imperia er niet toe doen (Inaugural address. Institute for History, Humanities, Leiden). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.inaugural address
  • Antunes C.A.P. (9 June 2017), Cutting corners: when borders, culture and empire do not matter (Inaugural address. Institute for History, Humanities, Leiden). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.inaugural address
  • Polónia A. & Antunes C.A.P. (2017), Introduction. Mechanisms of Global Empire Building. In: Polónia A., Antunes C.A.P. (Eds.) Mechanisms of Global Empire Building. Porto: CITCEM-Afrontamento. 1-5.book chapter
  • Polónia A. & Antunes C.A.P. (2017), Mechanisms of Global Empire Building. Porto: CITCEM-Edicoes Afrontamento.book
  • Antunes C.A.P., Daalder R., Dissel A.M.C. van, Heijveld W., Netten D. van, Odegard E.L.L., Tang D.J., Wildeman D. & Wubs-Mrozewicz J.J. (2017), Member of editorial staff Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis 1(36).editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2017), Conflict Management in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Maritime Conflict Resolution: Critical Insights into Geographies of Conflict in the Early Modern Period.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2017), Do amanhecer ao por do sol: inquisicao, estado e imperio, 1532-1821 (with Filipa Ribeiro da Silva).conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2017), Economic Networks and the Making of a Global Narrative (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2017), Globalization and the Birth of Commodity Chains: Colonies, Cross-Culturalism and Cultures of Exchange (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Polonia A. (2017), Introduction.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Polónia A. (2017), Mechanisms of Global Empire Building (with Amelia Polonia).conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2017), What Might Be a Merchant Culture?conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2016), Les débuts de l'histoire maritime moderne: passé, présent et avenir. In: GIS d'histoire maritime (Ed.) La Maritimisation du Monde. De la préhistoire à nos jours. Paris: PUPS- Presses de l'universit''e Paris-Sorbonne. 51-58.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Polónia A. (2016), 'Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800 - An Introduction'. In: Antunes C.A.P. and Polónia A. (Ed.) Beyond Empires: Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800. Leiden: Brill. 1-11.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Polónia A. (2016), 'Epilogue'. In: Antunes C.A.P. and Polónia A. (Ed.) Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800. Leiden: Brill. 278-280.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Polónia A. (eds.) (2016), Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800. Leiden: Brill.book
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Fatah-Black K.J. (2016), 'Introduction'. In: Antunes C.A.P., Fatah K.J. (Eds.) Explorations in History and Globalization. London: Routledge. XIII-XIX.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P., Salvado J. P. & Post R. (2016), 'Het omzeilen van monopolie handel: smokkel en belastingontduiking bij de handel in braziliehout, 1500-1674', Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis 13(1): 23-52.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Polonia A. (2016), Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800 - An Introduction.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Polonia A. (2016), Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2016), Colonial Bankruptcies, or How Long-Distance Trade Saved Early Modern Firms.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2016), Dutch-Portuguese Diplomatic Sovereignty and World Peace.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P., Miranda S.M. & Salvado J.P. (2016), Early Modern Globalization - Deviancies, Asymmetries, and Resistances: the Curious Case of Merchant Knowledge Transference.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A, P. & Fatah-Black K.J. (Eds.) (2016), Explorations in History and Globalization. London: Routledge.editorship of book
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2016), Historiographical Entrenched Views on the Dutch Empire: Selected Visions, Comfortable Perceptions and the Problems of Comparison.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2016), International Positioning of Portuguese Sea Ports, 1580-1640: the Economic Link to Northwestern Europe.conference paper
  • Antunes C. (2016), International Positioning of Portuguese Seaports, 1580-1640: the Economic Link to Northwest Europe. In: Pólonia A., Antunes C. (Eds.) Seaports in the First Global Age. Portuguese Agents, Networks and Interactions (1500-1800). Porto: UPorto Edições. 95-114.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2016), Les debuts de l'histoire maritime moderne: passe, present et avenir (Lecture).other
  • Pólonia A. & Antunes C. (2016), Port-Cities in the First Global Age. Portuguese Agents, Networks and Interactions (1500-1800). An Introduction. In: Pólonia A., Antunes C. (Eds.) Seaports in the First Global Age. Portuguese Agents, Networks and Interactions (1500-1800). Porto: UPorto Edições. 21-34.book chapter
  • Ribeiro A.S., Pólonia A., Antunes C. & Nogueira M. (2016), Portugal and the Baltic Trade. An Overview, 1634-1800. In: Pólonia A., Antunes C. (Eds.) Seaports in the First Global Age. Portuguese Agents, Networks and Interactions (1500-1800). Porto: UPorto Edições. 115-168.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2016), River Societies: A Transnational Comparative Project.conference paper
  • Polónia A. & Antunes C. (Eds.) (2016), Seaports in the First Global Age. Portuguese Agents, Networks and Interactions (1500-1800). Porto: UPorto Edições.editorship of book
  • Polónia A. & Antunes C.A.P. (2016), Seaports in the First Global Age. Portuguese Agents, Networks and Interactions (1500-1800) (with Amelia Polonia).conference paper
  • Antunes C (2016), The Bankruptcy of Cunentorf, Snel, Janssen & Co, 1570-1605.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2016), The Entrepreneurship of Empire: Global Empires, 1415-1776. The Case of Western European Maritime Empires.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P., Odegard E.L.L. & Tol J.J.S. van den (2015), Dutch Brazil: Networks and Entanglements of a Colonial Dream. In: Antunes C.A.P., Gommans J.L.L. (Eds.) Exploring the Dutch Empire. Agents, Networks and Institutions, 1600-2000. London: Bloomsbury. 77-94.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Gommans J.L.L. (eds.) (2015), Exploring the Dutch Empire. Agents, Networks and Institutions, 1600-2000. London: Bloomsbury.book
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2015), Globalization in and Beyond Empire: Dutch Agents, Networks and Institutions, 1600-2000: an Introduction. In: Antunes C.A.P., Gommans J.L.L. (Eds.) Exploring the Dutch Empire. Agents, Networks and Institutions, 1600-2000. London: Bloomsbury. XIII-XX.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Gommans J.L.L. (2015), Preface. In: Antunes C.A.P., Gommans J.L.L. (Eds.) Exploring the Dutch Empire. Agents, Networks and Institutions, 1600-2000. London: Bloomsbury. XI-XII.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Redes multiculturais de investimento no Atlântico, 1580-1776: a perspectiva da praça de Amesterdão, Anais de História de Além-Mar XIV: 93-110.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Roitman J.V. (2015), A War of Words: Sephardi Merchants, (Inter)national Incidents, and Litigation in the Dutch Republic, 1580-1640, Jewish Culture and History 13: 1-23.article in journal
  • Gommans J.J.L. & Antunes C.A.P. (Eds.) (2015), Exploring the Dutch Empire: Agents, Networks and Institutions 1600-2000. London New Delhi New York Sydney: Bloomsbury.editorship of book
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2015), Failing Institutions: the Dutch in Portugal and the Tale of a Sixteenth-Century Firm, Rivista di Storia Economica : 331 - 347.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2015), From Dawn to Sunset: Inquisition, State and Empire, 1536-1821 (with Filipa Ribeiro da Silva) (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2015), Globalization and Merchant Culture: An Attempt to Bridge the Gap.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2015), Mediterranean... Ouside! Firms and Entrepreneurs - An Overview (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2015), Portuguese Historiography and Sources on Commercial Networks (Lecture).other
  • Trivellato F., Halevi L. & Antunes C. (eds.) (2014), Religion and Trade: Cross-Cultural Exchanges in World History, 1000-1900. New York: Oxford University Press.book
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Chair Roundtable: Global History or World History?. [other].other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Chair Roundtable: Urban History: A New Research Agenda. [other].other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Cross-Cultural Business Cooperation in the Dutch Trading World, 1580-1776. A View Fom Amsterdam's Notarial Contracts.conference paper
  • Trivellato F., Halevi L. & Antunes C. (eds.) (2014), 'Cross-Cultural Business Cooperation in the Dutch Trading World, 1580-1776. A View from Amsterdam's Notarial Contracts'. In: Religion and Trade: Cross-Cultural Exchanges in World History, 1000-1900. New York: Oxford University Press. 150-168.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Early Modern Ports 1500-1750: Cities, Hinterlands and Networks.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Fighting Monopolies, Defying Empires, 1550-1715 - The Case of the South Atlantic (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C. (2014), 'Keeping up Appearances: Using and Abusing Identities in the Low Countries. The Portuguese Nation of Amsterdam, 1580-1654', Revue du Nord 30: 179-190.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Keynote Address: (De)constructing Empire: Free Agents, Networks and Informal Empires (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Keynote: Inquisidores e judeus: confisco e defesa da propriedade privada, 1580-1640 (Lecture).other
  • Antunes Catia & Silva Filipa Ribeiro da (2014), 'Les negociants d'Amsterdam, le commerce ouest-Africain et la traite negriere, 1580-1674'. In: Saupin, Guy (Eds.) Africans et Europeens dans le monde atlantique, XVe-XIXe siecle. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes. 373-400.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Les negociants d'Amsterdam, le commerce ouest-Africain et la traite negriere, 1580-1674 (with Filipa Ribeiro da Silva).conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), On Cosmopolitanism and Cross-Culturalism: An Enquiry into the Business of the Portuguese Merchants of Amsterdam.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Perfil socio-economico da inquisicao de Lisboa: as escolhas de uma instituicao (with Filipa Ribeiro da Silva).conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Public Lecture Amstelodamum: Amsterdam Jews and African Slaves in the Atlantic (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Research, Management and Scientific Content (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Sources for the Study of Jewish Cross-Cultural Business: the Amsterdam Notaries (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2014), Spaces of Understanding: Courts, Law, Litigation and the Creation of Tolerance in Early Modern Europe.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Review of: Unger R. W. (2011) Shipping and Economic Growth 1350-1850, Mariners Mirror 99-1: 95-96.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Member of editorial staff Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Member of editorial staff Anais de História de Além-Mar .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Member of editorial staff International Journal of Maritime History .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P., Dissel A.M.C. van, Heijveld W., Paesie R., Peet A.J. van der, Romburgh C.P.P. van, Scheltjens W., Tang D.J. & Wit J.M. de (2013), Member of editorial staff Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis 32(1).editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P., Dissel A.M.C. van, Heijveld W., Paesie R., Peet A.J. van der, Romburgh C.P.P. van, Scheltjens W., Tang D.J. & Wit J.M. de (2013), Member of editorial staff Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis 32(2).editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Book Review: Rila Mukherjee (eds.), Networks in the First Global Age 1400-1800 Review of: Rila Mukjerjee (eds.) (2011) Networks in the First Global Age 1400-1800, International Journal of Maritime History 25(1): 299-300.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Conformisme in de Nederlands Cultuur (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Juggling Jurisdictions: Amsterdam's Courts as a Zone of Encounter in the Early Modern Age (with Jessica Roitman).conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), Keynote: Maritime HIstory: Past, Present and Future (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2013), 'Trade Networks and Migration in Early Modern Europe'. In: Ness Imannuel (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Globa Human Migration. New York: Blackwell. 2943-2947.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), A historia da analise de redes e a analise de redes em historia, Historia. Revista da Faculdade de Letras do Porto serie 4(2): 11-24.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Ribeiro da Silva F.I. (2012), 'Amsterdam Merchants in the Slave Trade and African Commerce, 1580s-1670s', Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis 9(4): 3-30.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Review of: (2011) Dutch and Portuguese in Western Africa. Empires, Merchants and the Atlantic System, 1580-1674, Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis 9-3: 94-95.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Review of: Disney A R (2009) A History of Portugtal and the Portuguese Empire: from beginning to 1807, European History Quarterly 42-1: 140-141.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Member of editorial staff International Journal of Maritime History .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Member of editorial staff Anais de História de Além-Mar .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Member of editorial staff Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Colloque L’Identité au pluriel. Jeux et enjeux des appartenances autour des anciens Pays-Bas (14e-18e siècle) [‘Using and abusing: alternative identities in the Low Countries: the Sephardim’Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis, Valenciennes] (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Fighting Monopolies, Defying Empires 1500-1750: a Comparative Overview of Free Agents and Informal Empires in Western Europe and the Ottoman Empire [The Leiden Seminar for Global Interactions (LSGI), Leiden University, Leiden] (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Free Agents and Formal Institutions in the Portuguese Empire: Towards a Framework of Analysis, Portuguese Studies 28(2): 172-184.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Ribeiro da Silva F.I. (2012), In Domine Domini et in Nomine Rex Regis: Inquisition, Persecution and Royal Finances in Portugal, 1580-1715. In: Ammannati Francesco (Ed.) Religion and Religious Institutions in the European Economy, 1000-1800. Religione e Istituzioni Religiose nell'Economia Europea, 1000-1800. Prato: Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica 'F. Datini'. 377-412.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), International Workshop Formal and Informal Empire: Portuguese Relations with the Non-European World [‘Free Agents and Formal Institutions in the Portuguese Empire: towards a new framework of analysis?’, King’s College, University of London] (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), International Workshop The Birth of the Modern Global City, European University Institute, Florence: ‘A Tale of Two Cities: Amsterdam and Lisbon – Local Movers or Global Shakers?’ [‘Introduction to The Global Dutchman’, BA Cosmopolis Program, History Institute, Leiden University] (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Keynote: Europe, the European Union and the Wider World: Guidelines and Reference Points for History Programmes (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Protestant States, Jewish Merchants and Inquisitors: Resolution of Commercial Conflicts in the 'Portuguese World', 1580-1640.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Economic Networks vs Institutional Empires, 1500-1800 - An Introduction (with Amelia Polonia).conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Using and Abusing: Alternative Identities in the Low Countries - The Sephardim.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Windows of Global Exchanges: Dutch Ports and the Slave Trade, 1600-1800.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2012), Workshop Atlantic triangles: Lusophone colonial and postcolonial crossings ['The genesis of global empires: free agents, informal empires and the challenge of monopolies in the Early Modern period, 1500-1776', NIAS (Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies), Wassenaar] (Lecture).other
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), 'Amsterdam Cross-Cultural Partnerships in the Baltic-Atlantic Link, 1580-1674'. In: Muller Leos, Rossner Philipp, Tamaki Toshiaki (Eds.) The Rise of the Atlantic Economy and the North Sea/Baltic Trade, 1500-1800. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. 103-119.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), Amsterdam Cross-Cultural Partnerships in the Baltic-Atlantic link, 1580-1674.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), Review of: Malyn Newitt (2009) Portugal in European and World History, European History Quarterly 41-3: 543-544.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), Member of editorial staff Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), Member of editorial staff International Journal of Maritime History .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), British Merchants in Portugal since 1640. In: Bade et al Klaus (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Migration and Minorities in Europe. From seventeenth century to the Present. New York: Cambridge University Press. 265-266.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Ribeiro da Silva F.I. (2011), 'Cross-Cultural Entrepreneurship in the Atlantic: Africans, Dutch and Sephardic Jews in Western Africa, 1580-1674', Itinerario, European Journal of Overseas History 35(1): 49-76.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), Desarollo y Caracetristicas de una Sociedad Multicultural. In: Crespo Solana Ana, Gonzalez-Ripoll Maria Dolores (Eds.) Historia de las Antillas no Hispanas. Madrid: Ediciones Doce Calles/Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas. 421-440.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), Hafenstadte der Fruhen Neuzeit, 1500-1750. In: Europaische Geschichte Online (EGO)..book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), 'Oost voor West en West voor Oost. Nederlands-Portugese koloniale interactie in de zeventiende eeuw'. In: Lindblad J. Thomas, Schrikker Alicia (Eds.) Het Verre Gezicht. Politieke en Culturele Relaties Tussen nederland en Azie, Afrika en Amerika. Opstellen aangeboden aan Prof Dr Leonard Blusse. Franeker: Uitgeverij Van Wijnen. 35-48.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), Poblacion en las Antillas Neerlandesas, siglos XVI-XXI. In: Crespo Solana Ana, Gonzalez-Ripoll Maria Dolores (Eds.) Historia de las Antillas no Hispanas. Madrid: Ediciones Doce Calles/Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas. 399-420.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2011), Prosecuting the Persecutor: Contracts, Sugar, Jews and Inquisitors, 1580-1640, Mediaevalia (32): 221-238.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2010), 'An insight in European trade networks. The commercial relationship between Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1580-1710', Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis 29(2): 44-67.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2010), Member of editorial staff International Journal of Maritime History .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2010), ‘Early Modern ports, 1500-1750’. In: EGO/Europaïsche Geschichte Online/European History Online.: European History Online.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Ribeiro da Silva F.I. (2010), Finding the way: Lisbon Inquisition Index database. Lisbon: Arquivo Nacional Torre do Tombo.book
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2009), Member of editorial staff International Journal of Maritime History .editorship of journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2009), Book Review: Jean-Philippe Priotti & Guy Saupin (eds.), Le commerce atlantique franco-espagnol. Acteurs, négoces et ports (XVe-XVIIIe siècles), Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2008 Review of: Priotti Jean-Philippe, Saupin Guy (2008) Le commerce atlantique franco-espagnol. Acteurs, négoces et ports (XVe-XVIIIe siècles), International Journal of Maritime History 21-1: 376-377.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2009), 'Investimento no Atlantico: redes multiculturais de negocio, 1580-1776'. In: XV Congresso Internacional de AHILA - 1808-2008: Crisi y Problemas en el Mundo Atlantico. Leiden: AHILA - Dept. Estudios Latinoamericanos.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2009), Lisboa e Amesterdao 1640-1705. Um caso de globalizacao na Historia Moderna. Lisbon: Livros do Horizonte.book
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2009), Round Table: Reviews of Kerry Ward, Networks of Empire. Forced migration in the Dutch East India Company with a response by Kerry Ward, International Journal of Maritime History 21(1): 297-350.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2008), Aveiro and Setúbal, 1580-1680: competition and integration of the Portuguese salt ports in the northern European markets. In: Articulação do Sal Português aos circuitos mundiais. Antigos e novos consumos. The articulation of Portuguese salt with worldwide routes. Past and new consumption trends. Porto: Instituto de História Moderna/Universidade do Porto. 161-182.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2008), Boekbespreking Review of: A History of Portuguese Expansion, 1400-1668, European History Quarterly : 499-501.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2008), Boekbespreking Review of: Brand Hanno, Muller Loes (2007) The dynamics of economic culture in the North Sea and Baltic region in the late Middle Ages and Early Modern period, International Journal of Maritime History 20: 389-390.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2008), Globalisation in history and the history of globalisation: the application of a globalisation model to historical research. In: Modelski G., Thompson W., Devezas T. (Eds.) Globalization as evolutionary process: modeling, simulating, and forecasting global change. New York: Routledge. 244-268.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2008), Portuguese Jews in Amsterdam: an insight on entrepreneurial behaviour in the Dutch Republic. In: Jarvis Adrian, Lee Robert (Eds.) Trade, migration and urban networks in port cities, c. 1640-1940. St. John's: International Maritime Economic History Association. 15-31.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2008), The commercial relationship between Amsterdam and the Portuguese salt-exporting ports: Aveiro and Setubal, 1580-1715, Journal of Early Modern History 12: 25-53.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2007), Boekbespreking Review of: Bethencourt F., Curto D.R. (2007) Portuguese Oceanic Expansion, 1400-1800, H-Atlantic .book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2007), Boekbespreking Review of: Studnicki-Gizbert D. (2007) A nation upon the ocean sea. Portugal's Atlantic diaspora and the crisis of the Spanish Empire, 1492-1640, International Journal of Maritime History 20.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2007), Britische Kaufleute in Portugal seit 1640. In: Bade K.J., Emmer P.C., Lucassen Leo, Oltmer J. (Eds.) Enzyklopadie Migration in Europa. Vom 17. Jahrhundert bis Zur Gegenwart. Paderborn/München: Schoningh, Fink. 420-422.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2007), Chartered Companies: Iberian World. In: Hattendorf John B. (Ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History, vol. 1. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 391-392.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2007), Lisbon. In: Hattendorf John B. (Ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History, vol. 2. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 372-374.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. & Sicking L.H.J. (2007), Ports on the border of the state, 1200-1800: an introduction, International Journal of Maritime History 19(2): 273-286.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2005), Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1640-1710: urban links and trade networks in the Early Modern period. In: Blussé L., Veen E. van (Eds.) Rivalry and conflict. European traders and Asian trading networks in the 16th and 17th century. Leiden: CNWS. 315-341.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2005), Credit and investment networks in the Early Modern period: the financial relationship between Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1640-1705. In: Actas del X Simposio de Historia Económica. Análisis de redes en la Historia Económica. Xth Simposium of Economic History. Network analysis in Economic History. Bellaterra: (cd-rom form).conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2005), Global history, multilateral contacts: Japanese-Portuguese multilateral relations in global perspective. In: Congresso Internacional: A presença portuguesa no Japão nos séculos XVI e XVII. Lisbon: Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga. 77-84.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2005), Population growth, infrastructural development and economic growth: Amsterdam and Lisbon in the 17th century - a comparison. In: Polonia A., Oswald H. (Eds.) European Seaport System in the Early Modern Age - a comparative approach. International Workshop Proceedings. Porto: IHM-UP. 115-131.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2005), Sea and land: the integration of the Dutch and Portuguese urban hinterlands in the European maritime system during the seventeenth century. In: Cavaciocchi S. (Ed.) Ricchezza del Mare, ricchezza dal mare secc. XIII-XVIII. The wealth of the sea and the wealth from the sea, 13th to 18th centuries. Prato: Instituto F. Datini. 115-145.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2005), translation M. Wiesebron: Brazilie in de Nederlandse archieven (1624-1654): de West-Indische Compagnie: overgekomen brieven en papieren uit Brazilie en Curaçao (O Brasil em arquivos neerlandeses (1624-1654): a primeira Companhia das Índias Ocidentais Neerlandesa: cartas e papéis vindos do Brasil e de Curaçao). Leiden: CNWS.book
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2005), Vertaling artikel: L. Sicking, ‘Sleutels tot de zee: havensteden en hun infrastructure in de Nederlanden in de late middeleeuwen’ [Portas para o mar: infraestruturas portuárias nos Países Baixos na Baixa Idade Média]. In: Polonia A., Oswald H. (Eds.) European Seaport System in the Early Modern Age - a comparative approach. International Workshop Proceedings. Porto: IHM-UP. 99-109.conference paper
  • Antunes C.A.P. (18 November 2004), Globalisation in the Early Modern period: the economic relationship between Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1640-1705 (PhD thesis). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden. Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s):Griffiths R.T., Gaastra F.S.PhD thesis
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2004), Boekbespreking Review of: Paesie R. (2002) Het VOC-fluitschip Stavenisse en de ontdekking van Terra Natal, International Journal of Maritime History 16: 219-220.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2004), Globalisation in the Early Modern period: the economic relationship between Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1640-1705. Amsterdam: Aksant.book
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2004), Urban links, trade networks and globalisation in the Early Modern period: Amsterdam and Lisbon, 1640-1705. In: Beerbuhl M.S., Vogele J. (Eds.) Spinning the commercial web. International trade, merchants, and commercial cities, c. 1640-1939. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 65-85.book chapter
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2003), Boekbespreking Review of: Wegener Sleeswijk A. (2003) De Gouden Eeuw van het fluitschip, International Journal of Maritime History 15: 393-393.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2003), Boekbespreking Review of: Hoogeveen J.F., Dissel A.M.C. van (2002) Proceedings of the Syposium: World Wide Waters. The maritime dimension of global prosperity and stability, Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis 22: 202-203.book review
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2003), Industrial Revolution and Urbanisation: towns and factories, 1750-1850, Leidschrift. Historisch Tijdschrift 18: 33-49.article in journal
  • Antunes C.A.P. (2001), Boekbespreking Review of: Engels M.C. (1997) Merchants, interlopers, seamen and corsairs. The 'Flemish' community in Livorno and Genoa (1615-1635), International Journal of Maritime History 13: 259-260.book review

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