Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World: A Student Reader

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Ian Randle, 2000 - 1120 pagina's
The Atlantic slavery project; the indigenous peoples - conquest, resistance and representation; imperialism and colonial slavery; servitude, slavery and new economic orders; slavery, finance and trade; the work culture of the enslaved; slavery and capitalist globalization - the first phase; slavery and capitalist globalization - the second phase; race, class, colour and the power order; sex, race and gender order; subaltern social autonomy - social and economic culture; a deadly business - morality, health, nutrition and the crisis of social reproduction; rejecting slavery - blacks speak back; Caribbean wars - maroonage and rebellion; the Haitian revolution; rebel women - anti-slavery feminist vanguard; capitalism, ideology and emancipation processes.

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Very good collection of articles for undergrads and above. Also very good for teachers of Caribbean history. Divided into several useful sections pertaining to different aspects of Caribbean societies ... Volledige review lezen

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SECTIONI THE ATLANTIC SLAVERY PROJECT
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Portugals African Prelude to the Middle
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The Constituent Elements of Slavery
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