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"Multi-Dimensional Networking: Fifteenth-Century Indian Ocean Maritime Diaspora in Southeast Asian Perspective"

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This study addresses the different types of diasporic spread in the island world on the eve of European contact, in a shifting optic that raises issues of ethnicity and urbanism, and how the two are linked. By examining the wider patterns of sojourners moving through the Southeast Asia region this study emphasizes that developing urbanisms were predicated and dependent on shifting population flows, and not on the agglomeration of people in one place at one time to produce settlements of any size. The fifteenth century was the critical era, in which political embassies, trade missions, and emigration all intersected and interacted to create a world that had not existed previously. Cette étude adresse les différents types d'étendre diasporic dans le monde d'î le la veille du contact européen, dans un décalage optique qui soulève des questions d'appartenance ethnique et d'urbanism, et la façon dont les deux sont liés. En examinant les modèles plus larges des sojourners se déplaçant par la région de Sud-est asiatique cetteétude souligne cela des urbanisms se développants ont été affirmées et personne à charge sur des écoulements de décalage de population, et pas sur l'agglomération des personnes dans un endroit en même temps pour produire des règlements de n'importe quelle taille. Le quinzième siècle était l'ère critique, l'où les ambassades politiques, les missions commerciales, et l'émigration ont tout intersecté et ont agi l'un sur l'autre pour créer un monde qui n'avait pas existéprécédemment.


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