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Edge of Empire

Atlantic Networks and Revolution in Bourbon Río de la Plata

Fabrício Prado

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In the first decades of the 1800s, after almost three centuries of Iberian rule, former Spanish territories fragmented into more than a dozen new polities. Edge of Empire analyzes the emergence of Montevideo as a hot spot of Atlantic trade and regional center of power, often opposing Buenos Aires. By focusing on commercial and social networks in the Rio de la Plata region, the book examines how Montevideo merchant elites used transimperial connections to expand their influence and how their trade offered crucial support to Montevideo’s autonomist projects.

These transimperial networks offered different political, social, and economic options to local societies and shaped the politics that emerged in the region, including the formation of Uruguay. Connecting South America to the broader Atlantic World, this book provides an excellent case study for examining the significance of cross-border interactions in shaping independence processes and political identities.

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don manuel cipriano de melo, 18th century, economic history of argentina, luso brazilians, transimperial trade, argentina, south america, cisplatine province, 19th century south america, banda oriental, rio de la plata, commerce in the south atlantic, war in the south atlantic, south american history, spanish conquest in south america, uruguay, atlantic trade, montevideo, portuguese imperialism, argentinian commerce, colonia do sacramento, transatlantic trade