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Beidler, Philip D.

Writing Race Across the Atlantic World

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: E Pluribus Verum
Philip D. Beidler, Gary Taylor

1. Native Europeans and Native Americans

2. A Mirror Across the Water: Mimetic Racism, Hybridity, and Cultural Survival
Barbara Fuchs

3. Angells in America
Karen Ordahl Kupperman

4. Prehistoric Diasporas: Colonial Theories of the Origins of Native American Peoples
Gordon M. Sayre

2. Slavery and Race

5. Michelangelo and the Curse of Ham: From a Typology of Jew-Hatred to a Genealogy of Racism
Benjamin Braude

6. “Extravagant Viciousness”: Slavery and Gluttony in the Works of Thomas Tryon
Kim F. Hall

7. “Working Like a Dog”: African Labor and Racing the Human-Animal Divide in Early Modern England
Francesca Royster

3. Race and Culture

8. Fresh Produce
Joseph Roach

9. “Men to Monsters”: Civility, Barbarism, and “Race” in Early Modern Ireland
David J. Baker

10. Mustapha Rub-a-Dub Keli Khan and Other Famous Early American Literary Mahometans
Philip D. Beidler

Keywords: Literature, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature, European History, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory, US History, North American Literature

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Signs of Race
Page amount
203 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781403980830
Printed ISBN
978-0-312-29597-4

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