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Mills, Quincy T.

Black Subjects in Africa and Its Diasporas

Mills, Quincy T. - Black Subjects in Africa and Its Diasporas, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Race and Gender in Research and Writing in Africa and Its Diasporas: An Introduction
Benjamin Talton, Quincy T. Mills

2. Researching while Black: Interrogating and Navigating Boundaries of Belonging in the Andes
Sara Busdiecker

3. Posing as Subject: Exchange and the Art of Access in Trinidad
Harvey Neptune

4. Translating Hybrid Cultures: Quandaries of an Indian-Australian Ethnographer in Cuba
Sujatha Fernandes

5. Where to Find Black Identity in Buenos Aires
Judy Anderson

6. “You Don’t Look Groomed”: Rethinking Black Barber Shops as Public Spaces
Quincy T. Mills

7. The “Dark Sheep” of the Atlantic World: Following the Transnational Trail of Blacks to Canada
Dann J. Broyld

8. The Strange Life of Lusotropicalism in Luanda: On Race, Nationality, Gender, and Sexuality in Angola
Jessica Krug

9. Quenching the Thirst for Data: Beer, Local Connections, and Fieldwork in Ghana
Benjamin Talton

10. (African-)American Woman Outsider: Nationality, Race, and Gender in Field Research in Mozambique
Frances Henderson

11.
Mamatoma, “The Chief’s Namesake”: Language, Gender, and Age as Categories of Belonging in Sierra Leone
Lynda R. Day

12. Accessing the Archives: Sources, Subjects, and Subjugation in the African World
Kwasi Konadu

Keywords: History, African History, Ethnicity Studies, US History, African American Culture, Sociology, general, Anthropology

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
224 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230119949
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-29697-2

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