The latest piece by ALTER member Mònica Ginés-Blasi, “Exploiting Chinese Labour Emigration in Treaty Ports: The Role of Spanish Consulates in the ‘Coolie Trade’“, has recently been published as first view in International Review of Social History (see here). In the paper, Ginés explores coolie trade off Xiamen, with a particular focus on the participation of Spanish consular authorities, providing previously unpublished data from consular correspondence.
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