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Embracing Protestantism : black identities in the Atlantic world

Author: John W Catron
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2016] ©2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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By examining eighteenth-century black Christianity in multiple locales and tracing the circuits of black evangelicals as they traveled through Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, and North America, Catron examines how many Afro-Protestants maintained cultural and intellectual ties outside the confines of America's plantation complex and suggests they might be better understood as Atlantic Africans.
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Genre/Form: Ressources Internet
History
Additional Physical Format: Version imprimée :
Catron, John W.
Embracing Protestantism
(DLC) 2015036777
(OCoLC)905685849
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John W Catron
ISBN: 9780813055701 0813055709 9780813051086 0813051088
OCLC Number: 1090483470
Description: 1 ressource en ligne
Contents: Christianity in Atlantic Africa before 1800 --
The favorite of heaven: Antigua and the growth of black Atlantic Christianity --
Early black Atlantic Christianity in the middle colonies --
Black evangelical diaspora in the greater Caribbean --
Afro-Christian diaspora in the age of revolution.
Responsibility: John W. Catron.

Abstract:

By examining eighteenth-century black Christianity in multiple locales and tracing the circuits of black evangelicals as they traveled through Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, and North America, Catron examines how many Afro-Protestants maintained cultural and intellectual ties outside the confines of America's plantation complex and suggests they might be better understood as Atlantic Africans.

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