Slavery at sea terror, sex, and sickness in the middle passage (Book, 2016) [WorldCat.org]
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Slavery at sea terror, sex, and sickness in the middle passage

Author: Sowande' M Mustakeem
Publisher: Urbana Chicago Springfield University of Illinois Press 2016
Series: The new Black studies series
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Introduction: Middle passage studies and the birth of slavery at sea -- Waves of calamity -- Imagined bodies -- Healthy desires, toxic realities -- Blood memories -- Battered bodies, enfeebled minds -- The anatomy of suffering -- A tide of bodies -- Epilogue: The "frankenstein" of slavery: a meditation on memory
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Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
Mustakeem, Sowande' M., 1978- author. Slavery at sea. Urbana .
University of Illinois Press, 2016
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sowande' M Mustakeem
ISBN: 9780252040559 0252040554 9780252082023 0252082028 9780252098994 0252098994
OCLC Number: 961799298
Awards: Winner of
Wesley-Logan Prize, American Historical Association (AHA), 2017
Dred Scott Freedom Award in the category Historical Literary Excellence, Dr 2017
Winner of
Wesley-Logan Prize, American Historical Association (AHA), 2017
Dred Scott Freedom Award in the category Historical Literary Excellence, Dr 2020
Description: xvii, 262 Seiten
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Series Title: The new Black studies series
Responsibility: Sowande' M. Mustakeem

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Introduction: Middle passage studies and the birth of slavery at sea -- Waves of calamity -- Imagined bodies -- Healthy desires, toxic realities -- Blood memories -- Battered bodies, enfeebled minds -- The anatomy of suffering -- A tide of bodies -- Epilogue: The "frankenstein" of slavery: a meditation on memory

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