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Mark Meuwese

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Mark Meuwese Title: Chair - Professor
Office: 3A32
Building: Ashdown
Phone: 204.786.9356
Email: m.meuwese@uwinnipeg.ca

Courses:

Hist-1008: Indigenous peoples and Colonial Genocides
Hist-2122: Racism in World History
Hist-2121: Environmental History of the Americas
Hist-3519: Indigenous Peoples/Nations and Treaties
Hist-3611: Colonial and Revolutionary North America
Hist-4112: Atlantic World History

Research Interests:

Indigenous-European Relations; Genocide Studies; Race and Racism; Dutch Imperialism and Colonial Expansion

Publications:

https://www.psupress.org/books/titles/978-0-271-08375-9.html

To the Shores of Chile: The Journal and History of the Brouwer Expedition to Valdivia in 1643 by Mark Meuwese

To the Shores of Chile presents the remarkable story of an expedition that took place in Latin America during the height of the Dutch Empire. Skillfully translated by Mark Meuwese, this captivating work sheds light on Dutch imperialism and the complicated relationships between Native peoples and European colonizers.

 

Brothers in Arms, Partners in Trade Dutch-Indigenous Alliances in the Atlantic World, 1595-1674