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Kaplan, Cora

Imagining Transatlantic Slavery

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Cora Kaplan, John Oldfield

Part I. Cultures of Abolition

2. Inventing a Culture of Anti-Slavery: Pennsylvanian Quakers and the Germantown Protest of 1688
Brycchan Carey

3. (Re)mapping Abolitionist Discourse during the 1790s: The Case of Benjamin Flower and the Cambridge Intelligencer
John Oldfield

4. ‘Another Ida May’: Photography and the American Abolition Campaign
Jessie Morgan-Owens

5. Exchanging Fugitive Identity: William and Ellen Craft’s Transatlantic Reinvention (1850–69)
HollyGale Millette

Part II. Imagining Transatlantic Slavery

6. Equiano’s Paradise Lost: The Limits of Allusion in Chapter Five of The Interesting Narrative
Vincent Carretta

7. Phillis Wheatley’s Abolitionist Text: The 1834 Edition
Eileen Razzari Elrod

8. Women and Abolitionism: Hannah More’s and Ann Yearsley’s Poetry of Freedom
Lilla Maria Crisafulli

Part III. Remembering and Forgetting

9. Representing Slavery in British Museums: The Challenges of 2007
Douglas Hamilton

10. Coram Boy: Slavery, Theatricality and Sentimentality on the British Stage
Elizabeth Kowaleski Wallace

11. Significant Silence: Where was Slave Agency in the Popular Imagery of 2007?
Marcus Wood

12. Afterword: Britain 2007, Problematising Histories
Catherine Hall

Keywords: Literature, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory, Ethnicity Studies, Social History, Cultural History, North American Literature

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
221 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230277106
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-36765-8

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