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by Julius S. Scott,Laurent Dubois

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  • Author: Julius S. Scott,Laurent Dubois
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 14, 2009)
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Laurent Dubois and Julius Scott have put together an up-to-date collection of the most interesting literature on the formation of the Black Atlantic, which could easily form the core of a course on the subject.

ISBN-13: 978-0415994460. Laurent Dubois and Julius Scott have put together an up-to-date collection of the most interesting literature on the formation of the Black Atlantic, which could easily form the core of a course on the subject. They have been particularly careful to find literature that reveals the dynamic nature of Afro-Atlantic culture and its engagement with the political and cultural dimensions of the Americas.

Laurent Dubois and Julius Scott have put together an up-to-date collection of the most . Laurent Dubois is Professor of History at Duke University. He is the author of A Colony of Citizens: Revolution & Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, 1787-1804

Laurent Dubois and Julius Scott have put together an up-to-date collection of the most interesting literature on the formation of the Black Atlantic, which could easily form the core of a course on the subject. He is the author of A Colony of Citizens: Revolution & Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, 1787-1804. Julius Scott is a Lecturer in the History department at the University of Michigan.

Laurent Dubois, Julius S. Scott. Between 1492 and 1820, about two-thirds of the people who crossed the Atlantic to the Americas were Africans. With the exception of the Spanish, all the European empires settled more Africans in the New World than they did Europeans. The vast majority of these enslaved men and women worked on plantations, and their labor was the foundation for the expansion of the Atlantic economy during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

Origins of the Black Atlantic-Laurent Dubois (2009). This collection brings together some of the key contributions to this growing body of scholarship, showing a range of methodological approaches, that can be used to understand and reconstruct the lives of these enslaved people.

Origins of the Black Atlantic-Laurent Dubois (2009). Laurent DuboisJulius S.

Laurent Dubois (PhD. University of Michigan) is associate professor of history at Michigan State University. His book A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, 1787–1804 won the American Historical Association Prize in Atlantic History and the John Edwin Fagg Award.

General Note: "Simultaneously published in the UK" . Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Formatted Contents Note: People and ideas in circulation Atlantic generations Africa in the Americas Insurrection and emancipation in the Atlantic. Geographic Name: America Race relations.

All other uses require permission. We are amenable to authors negotiating to put a copy or pre-publication version of an article in an institutional repository. Routledge Published September 14, 2009 Textbook - 414 Pages ISBN 9780415994460 - CAT RT21603 Series: Rewriting Histories. Routledge Published September 14, 2009 Textbook - 414 Pages ISBN 9780415994453 - CAT RT21602 Series: Rewriting Histories. He is also part of their Center for Afroamerican and African Studies.

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If you are attempting to find Origins of the Black Atlantic (Rewriting Histories) with the simplest price Between 1492 and 1820, about two-thirds of the people who crossed the Atlantic to the Americas were Africans. With the exception of the Spanish, all the European empires settled more Africans in the New World than they did Europeans

The Philadelphia Negro (The Oxford W. E. B. Du Bois). Abolition and Empire in Sierra Leone and Liberia (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series). A Resource Book for the History of Slavery in London: v. III (Slavery). Enslaved Peoples in the 1990s.

The Philadelphia Negro (The Oxford W. Africa and Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World, 1400-1800 (Studies in Comparative World History). 1493: Uncovering the New World Columbus Created. Young Heroes: A Learner's Guide to End Human Trafficking.

Between 1492 and 1820, abouttwo-thirds of the people who crossed the Atlantic to the Americas were Africans. With the exception of the Spanish, all the European empires settled more Africans in the New World than they did Europeans. The vast majority of these enslaved men and women worked on plantations, and their labor was the foundation for the expansion of the Atlantic economy during theseventeenth andeighteenth centuries.

Until relatively recently, comparatively little attention was paid to the perspectives, daily experiences, hopes, and especially the political ideas of the enslaved who played such a central role in the making of the Atlantic world. Over the past decades, however, huge strides have been made in the study of the history of slavery and emancipation in the Atlantic world. This collection brings together some of the key contributions to this growing body of scholarship, showing a range of methodological approaches, that can be used to understand and reconstruct the lives of these enslaved people.



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