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This chapter presents a note on the contributors whose works were relevant to the discussion on Ibero-American studies presented in this book Theorising the Ibero-American Atlantic. The book takes the criticism launched at Atlantic studies as a challenge and a starting point. All of the contributors acknowledge that Atlantic studies has been criticised for being everything and nothing; a panacea for those who purport to be interdisciplinary or who merely engage in the same research under a different title.

Keywords: American Revolution; Atlantic World; Ibero-American Atlantic



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