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Parution : 11/2019
Editeur : Brill
ISBN : 978-9-0044-1583-6
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Migrating Words, Migrating Merchants, Migrating Law

Trading Routes and the Development of Commercial Law

Sous la direction de Stefania Gialdroni, Albrecht Cordes, Serge Dauchy, Dave De ruysscher, Heikki Pihlajamäki

Présentation de l'éditeur

Migrating Words, Migrating Merchants, Migrating Law examines the connections that existed between merchants’ journeys, the languages they used and the development of commercial law in the context of late medieval and early modern trade. The book, edited by Stefania Gialdroni, Albrecht Cordes, Serge Dauchy, Dave De ruysscher and Heikki Pihlajamäki, takes advantage of the expertise of leading scholars in different fields of study, in particular historians, legal historians and linguists. Thanks to this transdisciplinary approach, the book offers a fresh point of view on the history of commercial law in different cultural and geographical contexts, including medieval Cairo, Pisa, Novgorod, Lübeck, early modern England, Venice, Bruges, nineteenth century Brazil and many other trading centers.

Contributors are Cornelia Aust, Guido Cifoletti, Mark R. Cohen, Albrecht Cordes, Maria Fusaro, Stefania Gialdroni, Mark Häberlein, Uwe Israel, Bart Lambert, David von Mayenburg, Hanna Sonkajärvi, and Catherine Squires.

 

Sommaire

Introduction

By: Albrecht Cordes and Stefania Gialdroni

Mediterranean Networks

Migrating Words and Migrating Custom among the Geniza Merchants: Maimonides on Commercial Agency Law

By: Mark R. Cohen

Propter Conversationem Diversarum Gentium: Migrating Words and Merchants in Medieval Pisa

By: Stefania Gialdroni

‘Migrating Seamen, Migrating Laws’?

An Historiographical Genealogy of Seamen’s Employment and States’ Jurisdiction in the Early Modern Mediterranean

By: Maria Fusaro

Lingua Franca and Migrations

By: Guido Cifoletti 

European Networks

Brokers as German-Italian Cultural Mediators in Renaissance Venice

By: Uwe Israel

German-East Slavic (Language) Contacts in Legal Texts of the Thirteenth-Fifteenth Centuries

By: Catherine Squires

The Language of the Law: The Lübeck Law Codes (ca. 1224–1642)

By: Albrecht Cordes

A Legal World Market? The Exchange of Commercial Law in Fifteenth-Century Bruges

By: Bart Lambert

Wörter für Wucher: Ius commune and the Sixteenth Century Debate on the Legitimacy of South German Trading Houses

By: David von Mayenburg

Transfer of Credit, Mercantile Mobility, and Language among Jewish Merchants in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Central and East Central Europe

By: Cornelia Aust 

Atlantic Networks

Coming to Terms with the Atlantic World: German Merchants, Language, and English Legal Culture in the Early Modern Period

By: Mark Häberlein

Laws – Customs – Conventions: French Merchants and French Legal Doctrines in the Brazilian Law Courts in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century

By: Hanna Sonkajärvi

Legal History Library , Vol. 34 , 310 pages.  116,00 €

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