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Atlantic and emancipation

H. A. Wyndham

Atlantic and emancipation

a report in the study group series of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

by H. A. Wyndham

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Oxf. Univ. Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slavery.,
  • Blacks.,
  • Race relations.,
  • Indigenous peoples -- South Africa.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 300 p. map.
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16845120M

    This groundbreaking collection provides the first comparative history of gender and emancipation in the Atlantic world. Bringing together essays on the United States, Brazil, Cuba, Puerto Rico, West Africa and South Africa, and the Francophone and Anglophone Caribbean, it shows that Price: $ This groundbreaking collection provides the first comparative history of gender and emancipation in the Atlantic world. Bringing together essays on the United States, Brazil, Cuba, Puerto Rico, West Africa and South Africa, and the Francophone and Anglophone Caribbean, it shows that emancipation was a profoundly gendered process, produced through connections between .

    The arts and craft of freedom: picturing liberty and the free slave --Pragmatic popular propagations of the emancipation moment --No-go areas and the emancipation moment: running-dancing-revolting slaves --Stamping out the memory of slavery: the commemoratives and philatelic approaches to bondage and freedom --Supine in perpetuity: . In the Spring CRB, Allen C. Guelzo reviewed Eighty-Eight Years: The Long Death of Slavery in the United States, , by Patrick ’re glad that they have agreed to pursue questions about how emancipation happened in this forum. Patrick Rael, a professor of history at Bowdoin College, has written and edited several books on African-American history.

    This collection examines the effects of slavery and emancipation on race, class and gender in societies of the American South, the Caribbean, Latin America and West Africa. The contributors discuss what slavery has to teach us about patterns of Price: $ Alex was a much-admired reporter in the Pacific Northwest. He shared a Pulitzer Prize in while on the staff of The Seattle Times, and he served as .


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Atlantic and emancipation by H. A. Wyndham Download PDF EPUB FB2

“[A] must-read for scholars of the Atlantic world, gender history, colonial studies, and comparative slavery and Atlantic and emancipation book.

The clearly written introduction and tightly edited chapters are suitable for both undergraduate and graduate students, while the bibilographic essay is a good starting point to the historiography of some of the major debates.”Format: Paperback.

The Horrible Gift of Freedom brings the same degree of rigor to an analysis of the visual culture of Atlantic emancipation.

Wood takes a troubled and troubling look at the iconography inspired by the abolition of slavery across the Atlantic by: situating his book in the countries on the continents connected by the atlantic ocean, africa, europe and the north and south americas, he touches on communication on slave ships from africa, with deeper probing into communication by 19th century free black intellectuals, those fortunate to travel to other countries, and communication by blacks during the slave trade, free /5(18).

The Dutch Atlantic interrogates the Dutch involvement in Atlantic slavery and assesses the historical consequences of this for contemporary European society. Kwame Nimako and Glenn Willemsen show how the slave trade and slavery intertwined economic, social and cultural elements, including nation-state formation in the Netherlands and across Europe/5.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wyndham, H.A. (Hugh Archibald), Atlantic and emancipation. London, New York, Oxford. General Overviews.

Emancipation scholarship has, until recently, been dominated by studies of Britain and the United States. With the rise of comparative and Atlantic studies, however, more work explores similarities and differences between emancipation societies, often finding marked differences depending on when and how emancipation began.

Eric Mielants is the Dutch to English translator of this book. Book description: The Dutch Atlantic interrogates the Dutch involvement in Atlantic slavery and assesses the historical consequences of this for contemporary European society.

Kwame Nimako and Glenn Willemsen show how the slave trade and slavery intertwined economic, social and cultural elements, including nation Cited by:   The Dutch Atlantic: Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation Decem Published in Book Reviews Nimako and Willemsen’s The Dutch Atlantic opens a window on the less explored but important Dutch participation in the slave trade.

An interesting way of going about history. Atlantic history, slavery, racism, and military and economic affairs. This book has got it all.

It's a short book and covers almost two-hundred years of a particular family. It's a good read/5. Lincoln’s Emancipation. before coming up with the tortuous form of words that finally became the Emancipation Proclamation. Hitchens was an Atlantic contributing editor and a Vanity.

Slavery and Emancipation is the most up-to-date and comprehensive collection of primary and secondary readings on the history of slaveholding in the American South. It combines recent historical research with period documents to bring both immediacy and perspective to the origins, principles, realities, and aftermath of African-American slavery/5(3).

The Paperback of the From Slavery to Emancipation in the Atlantic World by Sylvia R. Frey at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Pages: This groundbreaking collection provides the first comparative history of gender and emancipation in the Atlantic world.

Bringing together essays on the United States, Brazil, Cuba, Puerto Rico, West Africa and South Africa, and the Francophone and Anglophone Caribbean, it shows that emancipation was a profoundly gendered process, produced through connections between Price: $ In his tour de force Blind Memory, Marcus Wood read the visual archive of slavery in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century America and Britain with a closeness and rigor that until then had been applied only to the written texts of that Memory changed the way we look at everything from a Turner seascape to a crude woodcut in a runaway slave advertisement.5/5(3).

The Horrible Gift of Freedom brings the same degree of rigor to an analysis of the visual culture of Atlantic emancipation. Wood takes a troubled and troubling look at the iconography inspired by the abolition of slavery across the Atlantic : $ This volume provides the first survey in English of the Dutch involvement in the Atlantic slave trade and slave system.

It covers the period from the origins of the trade and the Dutch conquest of part of Brazil in the early 17th century, to the abolition of slavery in the Dutch West Indies in the later 19th century. This collection examines the effects of slavery and emancipation on race, class and gender in societies of the American South, the Caribbean, Latin America and West Africa.

The contributors discuss what slavery has to teach us about patterns of adjustment and change, black identity and the extent to which enslaved peoples succeeded in creating Cited by: 6. Incarceration, Education, Emancipation Learning opportunities in prison offer a form of freedom that’s important not only for the individual criminal.

Emancipation, the African Atlantic and the Long Road to Freedom the African Atlantic and the Long Road to Freedom" Category Education; Show more Show Simon & Schuster Books Recommended for.

George Hackett’s trajectory simmered with the tensions that defined the Age of Emancipations. Hackett was born at the turn of the nineteenth century at a political crossroads—in Baltimore, an Atlantic port city connecting the US North, where gradual emancipation was underway, with an expanding plantation-based southern economy.

Book Review ^s> y Avengers of the New World: The Story of the Haitian Revolution. By Laurent Dubois. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Pp. xiv, Illustra­ tions. Notes. Index. $ cloth; $ paper. A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, By Laurent Dubois.“Scully and Paton have crafted a remarkable book that should enjoy a wide audience in the fields of history, the social sciences, Atlantic studies, as well as women and gender studies.

Gender and Slave Emancipation in the Atlantic World is well written. The volume is exceedingly rich, presenting an immense quantity of new ideas and interpretations on a well-chronicled subject.Book Description: The Dutch Atlantic interrogates the Dutch involvement in Atlantic slavery and assesses the historical consequences of this for contemporary European society.

Kwame Nimako and Glenn Willemsen show how the slave trade and slavery intertwined economic, social and cultural elements, including nation-state formation in the.