"A spatial analysis of slavery in early New York's Dutch communities from 1626 to 1826"--
Author: Andrea C. Mosterman
In fact, slaves receive little notice in archaeological studies on Asia Minor generally.3 This chapter reenvisions three sites within Ephesos—the harbor, the marketplace, and the Terrace Houses—as spaces where enslaved persons were ...
Author: Katherine Ann Shaner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The supernatural elements that abound in the novel purportedly embody the traumatic experience of slavery for African Americans and its appalling after- effects, which continue to impact the lives of ex-slaves in the post-abolitionist ...
Through this mobility, they developed networks while creating, as Aisha Finch puts it, “small spaces of freedom within their enslavement” (Finch 2005, p. 65). Through mobility and autonomous spaces, enslaved peoples interacted with ...
Author: Kirwin Shaffer
Publisher: Springer Nature
They were vibrant, though poor and rough, settlements of collective housing and living for African and remaining Amerindian descendants who escaped enslavement. Within the communities, inhabitants cared for each other through the life ...
Author: Jualynne E. Dodson
Publisher: UNM Press
On an island like Barbados, where sustained or permanent flight was nearly impossible, 'rival geographies'—spaces created by the enslaved in defiance of the restrictions of plantation life—were threatened by surveillance, ...
Author: David Stefan Doddington
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Consider, for example, the question of physical space. In Discipline and Punish, Michel Foucault has noted that in its ambition to produce docile bodies, “discipline proceeds from the distribution of individuals in space.
Author: Simon Gikandi
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Enslaved Women, Violence, and the Archive Marisa J. Fuentes ... Thus, the condition of slavery permeated all spaces; and where slavery existed, “there is no place that is wholly liberatory” not even the archive, itself layered with ...
Author: Marisa J. Fuentes
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
The modicum of increased autonomy, mobility, and release from the violence and violation of slavery that such ... Physical and emotional spaces did exist where enslaved women could momentarily escape the violence and drudgery of ...
Author: Nancy A. Hewitt
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons