Both readings, however, constitute an intra-psychic experience that clearly spells out the psychosomatic traumas of a history of slavery
The area I worked had a deep history of slavery
and elephant hunting.
Professor Zephaniah, 53, said there must also be a shift in the way the history of slavery
Reed's Flight to Canada relates its examination of chattel slavery to the critique of contemporary commodity culture, as it draws parallels between the two and shows how the history of slavery
haunts the present.
Despite these minor quibbles, this is an excellent piece of scholarship that should become a standard work both in the history of slavery
, and the history of health and medicine, in the 19thcentury Caribbean world.
George had an incredibly good memory and an encyclopaedic knowledge of subjects ranging from linguistics, to literature, music and history including the history of slavery
The two episodes he refers to--The Slave Kingdoms and The Swahili Coast--explore the history of slavery
and the slave trade in western and eastern Africa.
But now a more complete map of her ancestors--including the slave mother Melvinia, the white father, and their biracial son, Dolphus Shields--fully connects the first black First Lady to the history of slavery
This pre-Civil War sequel to "Child Out of Place" provides a gripping story context for the real issues and history of slavery
in New England.
Clinton is referred to by many in Haiti as a colonial governor, a term rooted in the long history of slavery
under France and US military occupation.
BING'S CONTEMPORARY CONNECTION A contemporary African-American artist from Dayton, Ohio, who incorporates African textiles, jazz and the history of slavery
in America into his art, is Willis "Bing" Davis.
The discovery of so many bones is of enormous importance in researching the history of slavery