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A chronological introduction to the history of European imperialism and colonialism from a history student's perspective. For further reading, check out the sources used in the episodes at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com. Follow me on Twitter @hoc_pod, and support the show at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hocpodcast. [Music used: Kevin MacLeod - Apero Hour (incompetech.com)]
 
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We look at the first European voyage to the US Eastern coast undertaken by Giovanni da Verrazzano in 1524, which produced the first ethnological and geographical account of the region known as the Cèllere Codex. For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com. This episode was co-written with Saty…
 
Aujourd'hui, un sujet assez dur. La VoC veut assoir son pouvoir sur la région et améliorer ses profits. Le moyen le plus simple est de conquérir les îles Banda, seul endroit au monde où pousse la muscade.Mais il n'y a pas besoin des habitants pour faire pousser la muscade...Bởi Histoire des Colonisations
 
We explore a forgotten period in the history of colonisation in Latin America, when the Welser banking family briefly colonised Klein-Venedig (Little Venice) in Venezuela from 1526-1546. For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com. This episode was co-written with Satya.…
 
Cadeau de rentrée, on retrouve Guillaume LELIEVRE de l'université de Caen! Il nous parle des français dans la course aux épices dans un entretien en deux parties!Dans cet épisode on parle des voyages du XVIème siècle, notamment des frères ParmentierTrès instructif et très intéressant!Bởi Histoire des Colonisations
 
In this final installment to the Aztec-Spanish War series, we wrap up the events leading up to the 1521 fall of Tenochtitlan. We also examine the aftermath of the war, and rebut the conventional 'explorer' narrative. For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com.…
 
In this episode, we focus on Malinche, the interpreter for Hernán Cortés. In an interview with Laura Esquivel, the author of Malinche (2006), she shares her insight into Malinche’s perspective, and her reinterpretation of the figure of Malinche as a Mexican herself. The full interview is available on Youtube and both the Spanish and English transcr…
 
La Première Navigation de Cornélis de Houtman est revenue à Amsterdam, après moult tracas.Et pour ne rien vous cacher, c'est là que ça commence à être le foutoir.En 4 ans, 11 compagnies sont créées et lancées sur les routes des Indes. Quel chaos, et quel impact sur les sacro-saints profits!On en profite pour enterrer Cornélis qui l'a bien mérité!…
 
Cet épisode n'est pas pour les âmes sensibles. L'expédition de Cornelis de Houtman à Banten était déjà mal engagée. Mais là, rien ne va plus.Les marins, les marchands se transforment en pirates, en bêtes enragées alors que tout part à vau l'eau.Bởi Histoire des Colonisations
 
Paul Guinan, writer and artist of the graphic novel, Aztec Empire, speaks about his creative process, combing through Spanish and indigenous sources, and popular depictions of the Aztec-Spanish War. Read Aztec Empire for free on https://www.bigredhair.com/books/aztec-empire, and check out their Twitter @AztecEmpire1520. The transcript of the interv…
 
We're back in the Americas! The Aztec-Spanish War was so much more than the narratives centered around Hernán Cortés versus Moctezuma II. We look at the history of Mesoamerica, historical sources and the events leading up to the war. For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com.…
 
Dans cet épisode, on va s'attarder sur un des grands joueurs de cette histoire, le Sultanat d'Aceh qu'on a déjà croisé dans nos épisodes sur la guerre Portugo-Ottomanes.De port parmi d'autres, il s'élève en 80 ans à puissance majeure de l'Océan Indien. Comment, pourquoi, et comment cela s'inscrit-il dans les mouvements régionaux?…
 
Harun Aminurrashid's 1957 postcolonial novel Panglima Awang portrayed the first circumnavigation from Enrique of Malacca's perspective. Dr Pitchay Gani Aziz, educator/writer and winner of the 2020 Singapore Literature Prize for creative non-fiction in Malay, speaks about Harun's life, the significance of the novel and nationalist Malay literature i…
 
Enrique of Malacca may have been the first person to round the globe - but why isn't he mentioned as often as Ferdinand Magellan or Juan Elcano? Our first guest, Professor Romain Bertrand (Sciences Po), speaks about the role Enrique played in the circumnavigation and his evolving legacy in Europe and Southeast Asia. Check out the interview transcri…
 
This episode examines the life and legacy of Ferdinand Magellan, who led the first circumnavigation around the world. We look at how he has been remembered not just in the West, but also in the Philippines. For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com.…
 
The 1512 Portuguese colonisation of the Spice Islands (Moluccas/Maluku) was part of a much bigger desire to partake in the spice trade. But why were these islands so important? What were spices used for in Europe? For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com. [Correction: At 15:15 - The Treaty …
 
We’re finally in Southeast Asia - this episode traces the history of Malacca as a port under the Malacca Sultanate to the 1511 Portuguese conquest, marking the beginning of European colonisation in Southeast Asia. For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com.…
 
In 1500, Pedro Álvares Cabral lands in Brazil on his way to India and claims it for Portugal. Two years later, Vasco da Gama sails to Calicut again. Their attempts to claim a slice of the lucrative trade profits in the region comes at a cost. For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com.…
 
We look at the first Portuguese voyage to Asia, where Vasco da Gama and his crew sailed along the Cape Route for the first time and arrive in Calicut (located in modern day India) in 1498. For further reading, check out the sources used in this episode at https://hocpodcast.wordpress.com.
 
With recent news of the dismantling of statues of Christopher Columbus and various colonial figures, this episode comes at a timely moment. This is the story of a sailor encountering a portion of a population on another continent in 1492, and this very meeting would mark the beginnings of the devastation of one continent’s inhabitants and of Europe…
 
While Portugal was busy colonising islands off the Western African coast, Spain was emerging into its own, conquering the Canary Islands over a span of about 90 years. The second part of the episode highlights the Treaty of Alcáçovas (1479) and the Treaty of Tordesillas (1494) which split the early colonial world into two. For further reading, chec…
 
In the first episode, we look at the beginnings of Portuguese colonisation in Ceuta in 1415, at the start of the so-called "Age of Discovery". The next part of the episode then touches on a brief timeline of islands colonised by the Portuguese along the West African coast just before the end of the 15th century. For further reading, check out the s…
 
What is colonisation? In this podcast, we explore the history of Western colonisation in a chronological fashion: from the Spanish and Portuguese explorers in the Americas in the late 15th century, to the British Empire at its apex in the 18th/19th centuries, and then the Scramble for Africa in the late 19th century. Follow for new releases along t…
 
Dans notre série sur les Ottomans aux Indes Orientales, nous avons eu la chance d'interviewer le professeur Dejanirah Couto de la Sorbonne et qui a récemment participé au livre "L'Exploration du Monde".On parle des visions du monde et surtout des religions dans l'Océan Indien, à quel point c'est du performatif et à quel point de la vraie croyance?C…
 
Cadeau de Noël avec une interview spéciale!Entretien passionnant avec l'ami Rémy Babaraize, professeur de Français à Hanoi et créateur du blog Vinagéo, particulièrement intéressant sur les analyses géopolitiques du Vietnam!https://vinageoblog.wordpress.com/Bởi Histoire des Colonisations
 
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