Ana Lucia Araujo, ed. Politics of Memory: Making Slavery Visible in the Public Space. Routledge, 2012. via Routledge: The public memory of slavery and the Atlantic slave trade, which some years ago could be observed especially in North America, has slowly emerged into a transnational phenomenon now encompassing Europe, Africa, and Latin America, and even … Continue reading EDITED: Araujo on the Politics of Remembering Slavery
BOOK: Araujo on the Public Memory of Slavery
Ana Lucia Araujo, Public Memory of Slavery: Victims and Perpetrators in the South Atlantic. Amherst, N.Y: Cambria Press, 2010. via Cambria Press: If recent scholarship has focused on the memory of slavery in the United States, few works have dealt with the public memory of slavery from a transnational perspective. When examining the role of … Continue reading BOOK: Araujo on the Public Memory of Slavery
Araujo (ed.) on History, Memory and the Slave Trade
Living History: Encountering the Memory of the Heirs of Slavery, Ana Lucia Araujo, ed. (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, 2009), ISBN 13: 978-1-4438-0998-6, 301pp. Introduction The Slave Past in the Present Ana Lucia Araujo, Howard University Chapter One "According To My Reckoning": Remembering and Observing Slavery and Emancipation Leslie A. Schwalm, University of Iowa … Continue reading Araujo (ed.) on History, Memory and the Slave Trade
Paton on Enslaved Women and Slavery circa 1807 (and more)
Posted at History in Focus, a 14 volume journal published by the Institute of Historical Research at the University of London. [On the main page, the link to the issue on slavery is broken. Access it here.] Excerpt below: This year's commemorations of the 200th anniversary of the passage of the British Act for the … Continue reading Paton on Enslaved Women and Slavery circa 1807 (and more)
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