Community Without Borders: Scots Migrants and the Changing Face of Power in the Dutch Republic, C. 1600-1700 (Studies in Medieval and Reformation ... (Studies in Medieval and Reformation Thought)

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This is a valuable book for anyone interested in the cultural meaning of preindustrial migration. Arguing that early modern European migrants could fundamentally influence their fate and their adopted communities, it explores the world of Scots migrants to the Dutch port of Rotterdam, c. 1600-1700. The heart of the study is a reconstruction of the social networks that Scots used to establish and sustain themselves in Rotterdam, drawn from unusually rich narrative sources. Through their social ties, Scots also told stories and kept memories as they created complex identities encompassing Rotterdam, Scotland, and places further afield. By shaping their relationships to Rotterdam, Scots had a broad impact on their adopted home. Their actions helped change Rotterdam's political, religious, and legal fabric and even tied Rotterdam to the wider Atlantic world.

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Douglas Catterall, Ph.D. (1998) in History, University of Minnesota, is currently Assistant Professor of History at Cameron University of Oklahoma. He works on the cultural impact of migration on Europe and the Atlantic world.

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Journal of Early Modern History, Sixteenth Century Journal, Scottish Historical Review, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Journal of Modern History, Past and Present, Continuity and Change, American Historical Review, Social History, International Review of Social History, H-World, H-Frauen, H-Atlantic, H-Ethnic, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Seventeenth-Century Studies, Albion, and Tijdschrift voor geschiedenis, and Tijdschrift voor sociale geschiedenis.

'Community Without Borders "tells the story of a different community, namely that of the Scots in the seventeenth-century Rotterdam, which included exiles...Catterall focuses on the social aspects of this community. His central theme is that of identity, told through the issues and institutions of power and discipline that faced the well established, yet ever-changing and growing, community of migrants. This identity, Catterall argues, was shaped by the fact that Rotterdam, like any immigrant community, was an adopted home, in which the Scots had to adjust to a new social order but also had to establish new rules of behavior. As as result, attention is focused on public conduct, local conflict, and judicial authority."' Esther Mijers, "Eighteenth-Century Scotland," 2005.

'Community Without Borders tells the story of a different community, namely that of the Scots in the seventeenth-century Rotterdam, which included exiles...Catterall focuses on the social aspects of this community. His central theme is that of identity, told through the issues and institutions of power and discipline that faced the well established, yet ever-changing and growing, community of migrants. This identity, Catterall argues, was shaped by the fact that Rotterdam, like any immigrant community, was an adopted home, in which the Scots had to adjust to a new social order but also had to establish new rules of behavior. As as result, attention is focused on public conduct, local conflict, and judicial authority.' Esther Mijers, Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 2005.

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