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Slavery in the Americas

Author: Wolfgang Binder
Publisher: Würzburg : Königshausen & Neumann, ©1993.
Series: , Bd. 4.'">Studien zur "Neuen Welt", Bd. 4.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wolfgang Binder
ISBN: 3884797131 9783884797136
OCLC Number: 28591369
Notes: Papers from a conference held at Pommersfelden Castle, November 1989.
Description: 647 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: From Phillips to Genovese: the historiography of American slavery before Time On The Cross Daniel C. Littlefield --
Slave culture and the culture of slavery in North America: a few recent monographs Stephan Palmie --
African slavery in Spanish and Portuguese America: some remarks on historiography and the present state of research Magnus Morner --
Why African slavery? Labor force transitions in Brazil, Mexico, and the Carolina lowcountry Russell Menard and Stuart B. Schwartz --
Plantation slavery in Brazil and the discussion about modes of production. Some critical comments Jens Hentschke --
Off the beaten track. The Dunkirk slave trade 1763-1778 John G. Everaert --
"The Codigo negrero of 1789, its background and its reverberations Hans-Joachim Konig --
From slave rebellion to Morant Bay: the tradition of protest in Jamaica Gad Heuman --
Marronage and slave rebellions in Surinam Wim Hoogbergen --
Samuel Sewall, witch-hunter and abolitionist Jean-Pierre Martin --
"Les chaines de l'esclave" --
perceptions et formes de conceptualisation de l'esclavage des noirs, des lumieres a la revolution Francaise Hans-Jurgen Lusebrink --
Slavery and the United States constitution James Bolner, Sr. --
Contrabands all --
neither slaves nor freemen Michel Fabre --
Tasting food, tasting freedom Sidney W. Mintz --
Racist and patriarchal aspects of plantation slavery in Grenada: 'white ladies', 'black women slaves' and 'rebels' Brigitte Kossek --
Organizing charity since slavery. the example of the rivaling St. Lucian flower societies "la rose" and "la marguerite" Manfred Kresmer --
Homage and hegemony: African American grave inscription and decoration Angelika Kruger-Kahloula --
Ethnographic processes and cultural transfer in Afro-American slave populations Stephan Palmie --
Sklaverei in Ekuador --
eine geschichte hinterlast ihre spuren Sabine Speiser --
Urban Creaole slavery and its curtural legacy: the case of New Orleans Berndt Ostendorf --
Election day celebrations Genevieve Fabre --
Transplantation of African musical cultures into the new world --
research topics and objectives in the study of African-American music Gerhard Kubik --
Defoe and slavery Eberhard Spath --
The changing rhetoric of the nineteenth-century slave narrative of the United States William L. Andrews --
The slave who wrote poetry: comments on the literary works and the autobiography of Juan Francisco Manzano Thomas Bremer --
When the dummy speaks: the example of William Alexander Caruthers Simone Vauthier --
Canada and American slavery: the case of T.C. Haliburton Dieter Meindl --
Uses of memory: the middle passage in African American literature Wolfgang Binder --
Maroons, writers, and history Ulrich Fleischmann --
The metaphor of slavery in recent African-American and Caribbean fiction --
Michael G. Cooke --
The renaissance of the slave narrative in recent critical and fictional discourse Klaus Ensslen --
Miguel Barnet's "novela-testimonio" biografia de un cimarron: life story of a runaway slave, ethnological study, or manipulation of public opinion? Harald Wentklaff-Eggebert.
Series Title: Studien zur "Neuen Welt", Bd. 4.
Responsibility: edited by Wolfgang Binder.

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