Judith A. Carney, “ ‘With Grains in Her Hair’: Rice in Colonial Brazil,”
Slavery and Abolition 25, 1 (April 2004): 1-27.
Akinwumi Ogundiran, “Of Small Things Remembered: Beads, Cowries, and Cultural Translations of the Atlantic Experience in Yorubaland,” International Journal of African Historical Studies 35, 2/3 (2002), 427-457.
Duval and Duval, eds., Interpreting a Continent, pp. 51-83 (various documents)
Susan Schroeder, “Introduction: The Genre of Conquest Studies,” in Laura E. Matthew and Michel R. Oudijk, eds., Indian Conquistadors (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007), pp. 5-27
Michel R. Oudijk and Matthew Restall, “Mesoamerican Conquistadors in the
Sixteenth Century,” in Matthew and Oudijk, eds., Indian Conquistadors, pp. 28-63. (in Blackboard)
Marcy Norton, “Conquests of Chocolate,” OAH Magazine of History, April 2004, pp. 14-17
Duval and Duval, eds, Interpreting a Continent, pp. 87-114
José Eisenberg, “António Vieira and the Justification of Indian Slavery,” Luso Brazilian Review 40, 1 (2003): 89-95.
Excerpts from Bartolomé De Las Casas, in Early Modern Catholicism: An Anthology of Primary Sources (NY: Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 408-413
Margaret Ellen Newell, Brethren by Nature: New England Indians, Colonists, and the Origins of American Slavery (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2015), Introduction and pp. 17-42 (ch. 1).
Wim Klooster, The Dutch Moment, pp. 1-32 (Introduction and ch. 1) and pp. 33-73, ch. 2.