Moçambique Marítimo (séculos XIV - XXI)

Palavras-chave: pesca, comércio e comerciantes no oceano Índico, Moçambique, cultura marítima, comércio de escravos

Resumo

Moçambique tem um dos litorais mais extensos da África. Para historiadores, os exemplos mais óbvios das conexões que ligam Moçambique ao oceano Índico são a exportação de ouro, marfim e escravos, nem como a importação de têxteis indianos. Sem minimizar a importância dessas conexões, este artigo chama a atenção para diversos outros elementos que contribuíram e continuam a desempenhar um papel nas relações entre Moçambique e o oceano Índico. O artigo explora a cultura marítima dos habitantes da costa moçambicana, incluindo esforços contemporâneos para proteger o meio ambiente e desenvolver a indústria da pesca, destacando aspectos mais mundanos do comércio entre Moçambique e seus parceiros comerciais através do Canal de Moçambique. Finalmente, discutem-se as conexões humanas emaranhadas em todas essas redes econômicas.

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Biografia do Autor

Edward Alpers, University of California, Los Angeles

Ned Alpers estudou História da África na Harvard University e, em 1966, realizou seu doutorado na prestigiosa School of Oriental and African Studies, da University of London. Deu aula na Universidade de Dar es Salam e realizou pesquisa na Tanzânia. Em 1980, lecionou na Somali National University. Foi presidente da African Studies Association (Estado Unidos, 1994). Desde 1968 é professor e pesquisador na UCLA.

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2019-10-31
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Dossiê: Moçambique em perspectiva: histórias conectadas, interdisciplinaridade..