Goa is a former Portuguese province; the Portuguese overseas territory of Portuguese India
existed for about 450 years until it was annexed by India in 1961.
Contributors identified only by name offer a historical approach to race and blood in the Spanish Atlantic world of the 16th to 17th centuries, with comparative glances at Portuguese India
and the modern era.
On Portuguese ships also arrived soldiers, officials, missionaries, exiles, unwanted sons of the nobility, orfas del rei (orphan girls) who were sent to Portuguese India
to be married to Portuguese men in India, and African slaves.
The Alphonso's named after Afonso de Albuquerque, the second governor of Portuguese India
Slavery in Portuguese India
1510-1842 (Bombay: Himalaya)
The first, discussing the Jesuit medical mission in India, recounts the lives of two Jesuit physicians and shows how the order, some of whose members were notable physicians, ultimately shied away from actual medical treatment as it assumed the task of regulating hospitals, improving hygiene but subordinating corporeal health to the end of spiritual conversion in Portuguese India
Ethell, Bernard Dale, Portugal and Portuguese India
Accordingly, he issued instructions to his officials in Portuguese India
confirming the rights that the Jesuits had been granted there and enjoining them to enforce them.
Women in British and Portuguese India
For Whiteway the history of Portuguese India
was not merely one of administrative failure but it illustrated a concern of even greater urgency to late nineteenth-century imperialists, racial degeneration.
The Kamat family was engaged in revenue administration in Portuguese India
in the mid-seventeenth century and put their knowledge of local conditions to good use to accumulate capital which they invested in the business sector.