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12 April 2010

[Online] Publications on Indo-Portuguese History and Culture

12 Apr 2010

Professor Teotonio R. de Souza: [Online] Publications on Indo-Portuguese History and Culture, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Supplied note:
"Teotonio R. de Souza was born in Goa in 1947. Studied at the University of Poona for Master's and PhD in History (1970-1977). Professed member of the Society of Jesus (1967-1994), collaborated in founding the Xavier Centre of Historical Research, Goa in 1979. PhD guide in History of the Goa University (1985-1994) and visiting Professor of Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth (Poona) and Vidyajyoti (Delhi). Recovered Portuguese citizenship in 1995. Since 1996ĂŠProfessor and Head of the Department of History of the Universidade Lusofona in Lisboa. Is fellow of the Portuguese Academy of History since 1983 and of the Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa since 2000. More details of [his] CV may be consulted at and the ResearchID with important online publications at
Several of his important publications (particularly dispersed and hard to get research articles) during the past 3 and half decades may now be consulted at and [not covered by this abstract - ed.] They cover the historical and cultural impact of the Portuguese colonial presence in Asia, and more particularly in India. - trs."

Site contents:
* Historical Explorations & Online Documents [The online apers include:]
# Marine Insurance in Indo-Portuguese Trade;

# Bocarro's Account of Goa-based Trade in the Early 17th Century;

# Hajj Without Spice: Akbar and the Portuguese;

# Rojnishi: Maratha history in Portuguese records of Lisbon;

# Embassies and Surrogates: Case-Study of a Malacca Embassy to Siam in 1595;

# Medieval Goa (2009);

# Vasco da Gama and the Later Portuguese Colonial Presence in India;

# Indo-Portuguese numismatics and the Goa Mint (1976);

# Diamond Mines of the Deccan (1996);

# The Portuguese in Goa;

# Goa Archives - Fourth Centenary;

# African Slavery in Goa;

# Hindus and Goan Colonial Economy;

# Between Empires - Review Article;

# Historical Archives.


Internet Archive: ( [the site was not archived at the time of this abstract - ed.]

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