• Publications
  • Influence
Battlefield Diplomacy and Empire-building in the Indo-Pacific World during the Seven Years’ War
  • K. Flannery
  • History, Political Science
    Itinerario
  • 1 December 2016
In 1762, at the height of the Seven Years’ War, Britain’s Royal Navy and East India Company mobilised a motley army of Europeans, South Asians, and Africans and invaded Manila, the capital of Spain’s
The occupation of Havana: war, trade, and slavery in the Atlantic world
  • K. Flannery
  • History
    Colonial Latin American Review
  • 2 April 2020
primary sources’; y la cuarta ‘Aurality and diasporic traditions.’ El problema con esta estructura es que oscurece más que aclara el contenido y alcance de unos artículos que saltan temática y
The Loyal Foreign Merchant Captain: Thomé Gaspar de León and the Making of Manila’s Intra-Asian Connections
espanolEsta es una aproximacion microhistorica a la vida de Tome Gaspar de Leon, un cristiano nativo del sur de la India, quien a mediados del siglo XVIII se convertiria en uno de los mas exitosos
Can the Devil Cross the Deep Blue Sea? Imagining the Spanish Pacific and Vast Early America from Below
  • K. Flannery
  • History
    The William and Mary Quarterly
  • 1 January 2022
Abstract:José María Rodríguez enslaved his soul to Satan in Mexico City in 1779, signing a binding contract written in his own blood to avoid being sent to the Philippines as a convict soldier. When
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