2 edition of SLAVERY & HISTORIOGRAPHY (Articles on American Slavery) found in the catalog.
SLAVERY & HISTORIOGRAPHY (Articles on American Slavery)
February 1, 1990
by Garland Science
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||631|
Absolutely nobody accepts his plantation-as-concentration camp analogy anymore, but it is nevertheless a key text in American slavery historiography. Excellent book for a response piece. My recollection is that it's not terribly long, either. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. SLAVERY & HISTORIOGRAPHY (Articles on American Slavery) by Finkelman, February 1, , Garland Science edition, Hardcover in English - 1 edition.
E-BOOK EXCERPT. The entries in this volume focus upon the rise and fall of the Atlantic slave system in comparative perspective. The subjects range from the rise of the slave trade in early modern Europe to a comparison of slave trade and the Holocaust of the twentieth century, dealing with both the history and historiography of slavery and abolition. Anjali Arondekar is Associate Professor of Feminist Studies, UCSC. Her research engages the poetics and politics of sexuality, colonialism and historiography, with a focus on South Asia. She is the author of For the Record: On Sexuality and the Colonial Archive in India (Duke University Press, , Orient Blackswan, India, ), winner of the Alan Bray Memorial Book Award for best book in.
[It] makes us reconsider the significance of slavery in the subcontinent." -- Edward A. Alpers, UCLA Despite its pervasive presence in the South Asian past, slavery is largely overlooked in the region's historiography, in part because the forms of bondage in question did not always fit models based on plantation slavery in the Atlantic by: Moving beyond Subaltern and New Economic history, a recent trend in the historiography of American slavery has been the study of how slavery changed over time. Examples of this trend include Peter Kolchin’s American Slavery: (), Ira Berlin’s Many Thousands Gone () and Generations of Captivity (), and Edward E. Baptist.
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Background Essay on the Historiography of Slavery. This essay explains the shift in slavery historiography and how this continuing shift influenced the development of the Doing as They Can documentary. Doing as they Can grew out of a major historiographic shift in the s and s, and since ASHP produced the video in the mids the topic of slavery has continued to generate new.
Historiographical Essay on Slavery. Although slavery is now one of the most intensively-studied aspects in United States SLAVERY & HISTORIOGRAPHY book, there was a long period during which it was largely ignored. The Progressive school of interpretation, which dominated the American history profession during the first half of the twentieth century, considered.
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The book remains a classic, and is a must-read for anyone interested in Brazilian history as a whole. As the first to focus on the patriarchal plantation complex, Freyre was praised as much as criticized, especially for portraying a slave society where paternalist relations were the norm. Klein, Herbert S., and Francisco Vidal Luna.
Slavery in. These questions abound in the most seemingly esoteric debates of Civil War historiography, in, for example, the debate between Kenneth M. Stampp and Eugene Genovese over the economic character of American slavery, in Thomas Haskell’s and David Brion Davis’s debate over abolitionist motives, in the difference between a focus on political.
Over the past six decades, the historiography of Atlantic slavery and the slave trade has shown remarkable growth and sophistication. Historians have marshalled a vast array of sources and offered rich and compelling explanations for these two great tragedies in human history. The survey of this vibrant scholarly tradition throws light on major theoretical and interpretive shifts over time and Author: Daniel B.
Domingues da Silva, Philip Misevich. Civil War Historiography The standard book on the coming of the war is still David M. Potter, The Impending Cri sis: Press, ).
A work that sheds great light on the whole question of slavery in the national territories is Michael A. Morrison, Slavery and the American West: The Eclipse. His name was Ulrich B. Phillips, and his American Negro Slavery, first published inwas “central to proslavery historiography.” So writes scholar Gaines M.
Foster in his exploration of the history of the notion that Southern slaveholders felt guilt about slavery even as they maintained it. Phillips was born in Georgia in Historiography is the study of the methods of historians in developing history as an academic discipline, and by extension is any body of historical work on a particular subject.
The historiography of a specific topic covers how historians have studied that topic using particular sources, techniques, and. Chang's vivid book spawned international interest and a number of responses from fellow historians worldwide. Western historians generally agreed with Chang's insistence that the event - long a mere footnote in the popular historiography of World War II - deserved larger notice, but some criticized her for displaying personal bias as well as.
What is Slavery. is a comprehensive, well-researched, and concise narrative that draws from the most recent historiography on slavery studies.
This is a must read for introductory American history courses and anyone who wants a general overview of American by: 2. BOOK REVIEW Social Slavery: A modern theme in traditional historiography P.A. Gavali, Society And Social Disabilities Under The Peshwas, National Publishing House, New Delhi,pp.
XII +Rs. Social slavery has definitely been one of the greatest evils India suffered since ancient times. Social institutions were systematically.
In today’s post, Rebecca Brenner, a PhD candidate in the Department of History at American University, interviews Manisha Sinha on her new book The Slave’s Cause: A History of Abolition, which was recently published by Yale University Press.
Sinha is the James L. and Shirley A. Draper Chair in American History at the University of Connecticut. As I argue in my ‘Coming of age: the historiography of black abolitionism’ in John Stauffer and Timothy Patrick McCarthy’s Prophets of Protest, also cited in my book, black abolitionists themselves wrote about their roles in the abolition movement and one of the founding fathers of African American history, Benjamin Quarles wrote the.
Historiography Essay on Slavery Frederick Douglass was born a slave on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. As a boy, Douglass learned to read and write while working as a house servant in Baltimore. Inhe made his way to freedom and went to New York City, where he soon married a.
The book is a sobering read for contemporary audiences in countries engaged in forever wars, reminding us how easily and arbitrarily the edges of empire, and its evils, can fade from or focus our. The need for a new historiography in the United States, one that is concerned with the development of the American people as its central focus rather than one primarily devoted to the development of the American state, is nowhere as obvious as in the historical treatment of American Negro Slavery.
This study of slavery focuses initially on the drastic revisions in the historical debate on slavery and the present understanding of 'the peculiar institution'.
It gives a concise " Parish's short and very readable account of the history of American slavery is the one book that everyone with even a passing interest in the topic should read /5. CAPITALISM & SLAVERY AND CARIBBEAN HISTORIOGRAPHY: AN EVALUATION by Selwyn H.
Carrington* Few works have undergone such detailed historical analysis as Eric Williams' Capitalism & Slavery, published almost sixty years ago.1 This book has elicited both acclaim and criticism, especially over the last three and a half decades. However, despite its. " no American can be pleased with the treatment of Negro Americans, North and South, in the years before the Civil War.
In his clear, lucid account of the Northern phase of the story Professor Litwack has performed a notable service."—John Hope Franklin, Journal of Negro Education "For a searching examination of the North Star Legend we are indebted to Leon F.
Litwack"—C. Vann. Slavery in what became the United States probably began with the arrival of "20 and odd" enslaved Africans to the British colony of Virginia, in It officially ended with the ratification of the 13th Amendment in Use our timeline to navigate a history of slavery in the United States.Historiography of Work.
The history of labor and workers has been an incredibly productive field. From foundational works to the most recent scholarship, this list collects the best academic writings on workers and the history of labor.
It also includes award-winning books, including winners of the Philip Taft Prize in Labor and Working-Class.In fact, America’s Revolutionary Mind stands as a refutation of two noxious trends in recent American historiography. The first, which Thompson mentions only briefly in a few endnotes, is the.