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Identity in the shadow of slavery
Africans--America--Ethnic identity--Congresses.
African Americans--Race identity--Congresses.
Slavery--Social aspects--America--History--Congresses.
Slavery--America--Psychological aspects--History--Congresses.
Group identity--America--History--Congresses.
Slaves--America--Social conditions--Congresses.
African diaspora--Congresses.
Illustrative Content
LCC: E29.N3 I34 2009 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 305.896073 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2009004584
Table Of Contents
Identifying enslaved Africans in the African diaspora / Paul E. Lovejoy
Cimarrón ethnicity and cultural adaptation in the Spanish domains of the circum-Caribbean, 1503-1763 / Jane Landers
Tracing Igbo into the African diaspora / Douglas B. Chambers
Regla de Ocha-Ifá and the construction of Cuban identity / Christine Ayorinde
Cultural zones in the era of the slave trade : Exploring the Yoruba connection with the Anlo-Ewe / Sandra E. Greene
Texts of enslavement : Fon and Yoruba vocabularies from eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Brazil / Olabiyi Yai
Ethnic and religious plurality among Yoruba immigrants in Trinidad in the nineteenth century / Maureen Warner-Lewis
Portraits of African royalty in Brazil / Alberto da Costa e Silva
Slavery, marriage and kinship in rural Rio de Janeiro, 1790-1830 / Manolo Garcia Florentino and José Roberto Góes
Female enslavement in the Caribbean and gender ideologies / Hilary McD. Beckles
Those who remained behind : women slaves in nineteenth-century Yorubaland / Francine Shields
'She voluntarily hath come' : a Gambian woman trader in colonial Georgia in the eighteenth century / Lillian Ashcraft-Eason.
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Lovejoy, Paul E. Identity in the shadow of slavery