INTERVIEW: Mustakeem on “The Lost History of the Middle Passage”

Sowande’ Mustakeem interviewed by P/S Mag:

“Mustakeem, an assistant professor of African and African American Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, took that gap in knowledge as a challenge to fill in with as much detail as possible. In Slavery at Sea, Mustakeem begins with the kidnapping of Africans and their sale into slavery aboard European vessels, and then quickly moves into a broad but highly detailed examination of life on a slave ship. Most important, the book doesn’t limit itself to the popular tales of African men kidnapped into slavery, nor is it interested only in violence. Instead, the book brings into focus the wider range of experiences, including those of women, children, and the infirm…”

Read it all: https://psmag.com/the-lost-history-of-the-middle-passage-dee05773cb78#.x8h6mpo1c

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