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Gender and Violence in Cape Slave Narratives and Post-Narratives

Jessica Murray
2010 South African Historical Journal  
Through a juxtaposition of court records and a fictional post-narrative, the article uses a literary reading to access women"s stories.  ...  The nature of available texts necessitates a reading strategy that teases out information from the gaps and silences in the narratives in an attempt to reveal the variegated texture of the lived experience  ...  valid when it comes to the history of women in the Cape during the eighteenth century.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02582473.2010.519896 fatcat:zkvdg3ntxjg5bffa6xjovwcx7i

Bibliography [chapter]

Elaine Farrell
2015 'A most diabolical deed'  
Altink, Henrice, ' "I did not want to face the shame of exposure": gender ideologies and child murder in post-emancipation Jamaica', Journal of Social History, xli (2007), 355-87.  ...  'On some of the circumstances influencing the practice of exposure and child- murder in different ages', Dublin Review, xlv: 89 (1858), 54-106.  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781526102232.00015 fatcat:qux76x3uajbhzpuxfj42vtazji

Journal of Postcolonial Writing

2012 Journal of Postcolonial Writing  
that the contemporary negation of the African origins of the Negro in Colombia amounts to a de-historisation which is, in itself, a form of invisibility.  ...  Acknowledgements Kunapipi is published with assistance from the Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies and the European branch of the Association and the Institute for Social Change  ...  Letter to emphasise that the shame is not Xuela's and she refuses to mourn or feel guilt.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17449855.2012.739874 fatcat:ywn7r6pljjhoxggq7qi2owpwae

Romanticism and women poets: opening the doors of reception

2000 ChoiceReviews  
I want to insist on this connection between contemporary feminist reevaluations of the Romantic period and the normative (though not hegemonic) ideology of gender and sexual difference of that period,  ...  On the other hand, it did not emancipate them; nor did it guarantee them the right to keep the wages they earned.  ...  fatales in women's writing from the Romantic period, as well as coediting a collection of essays on British women writers and the French Revolution.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.37-3244 fatcat:3qxqeab43fa4xivxyhem2gy5fe

Separating from Children

Carol Sanger
1996 Columbia Law Review  
Thus a working mother's response to Crittenden: "When my husband and I walk out the door in the morning and hear a child cry, the reason I want to turn back and he does not is that society tells me I am  ...  However, in order not to disrupt the ideology of domesticity, the suspension was framed in terms of maternal solitude.  ...  I want therefore to bracket the interests of children and suggest an alternative explanation for the continued opposition to maternal separations.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1123167 fatcat:2nvxxmz2pjeyvhpe7ajxh5km2q

Book Reviews

Redactie KITLV
1997 NWIG  
that did not change in the Cibao.  ...  Caribbean in terms of slavery when the post-emancipation period is probably more relevant.  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002619 fatcat:wfol4hmbjndhdnex5ubnuoyrby

Taboo 18:1 - Full Issue

Taboo Journal
2019 Communications on Stochastic Analysis  
And we are not saved: The elusive quest for racial justice. New York, NY: Basic Books. Bell, D. (1992). Faces at the bottom of the well: The permanence of racism. New York, NY: Basic Books.  ...  HEALTH CARE IS A HUMAN RIGHT; We want an end to the brutalization and cold-blooded murder of Latinos and all poor and oppressed people. (Jimenez, 1972)  ...  I did try to leave: but I did not want to relocate my family, so I only applied to universities within a 50-mile radius of my home.  ... 
doi:10.31390/taboo.18.1.12 fatcat:thtbl7v3ijapxojoqvken2b2pi

In contempt: nineteenth-century women, law, and literature

2012 ChoiceReviews  
"Helen Faucit and ellen Terry as Portia." Theatre Notebook: A Journal of the History and Technique of the British Theatre 31 (1977): 27-37. Freeman, Michael, and Andrew D. e. Lewis, eds.  ...  Marriage and Other Essays on the Status and Destiny of Woman (Caird), 207n35 Morgan, rosemarie, 193n4, 199n54 Morris, Virginia,[36][37] Carrie, 120 Mossman, Mary Jane, 203n33, 204n37 Mrs.  ...  In Child Murder and British Culture 1720-1900, McDonagh focuses on Besant and Bradlaugh's use of the trope of child murder to advance their "civilizing project" of birth control (177).  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.50-0741 fatcat:mlln7vbr5bayxow2p7usizn6za

Race and the Core Curriculum in Legal Education

Frances Lee Ansley
1991 California Law Review  
Professor Ansley argues that in light of the history of the Constitution, the legal academy should be in a better position than the rest of the university to achieve broad. consensus on an issue that has  ...  proved divisive elsewhere: the centrality of race to our discipline and its core texts.  ...  The hate-speech controversy is beyond the scope of this paper but clearly involves many of the issues I try to deal with here.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3480779 fatcat:l7cxqmm4hfcjrm42zgyozvwd6q

Volume 66.1 (2021)

2021 American Studies  
A m e r i c a n S t u d i e s A Q u a r t e r l y eISSN 2625-2155 66 | 1  ...  We want to retire by the river and raise collard greens in abandoned fields. We want our ancestors to rest in peace. We are seizing the hour. Cause, we mean to take our city, and our country back.  ...  We want to retire by the river, and plant collard greens in abandoned fields. We want our ancestors to rest in peace. We want our city back. We don't want law and order. We want justice and jobs.  ... 
doi:10.33675/amst/2021/1/1 fatcat:2pzafrkb6ndmhope6ewwzi6to4

"Let's Listen with Our Eyes ..." The Deconstruction of Deafness in Christine Sun Kim's Sound Art [chapter]

Anna Benedikt
2021 Under Construction: Performing Critical Identity  
[CrossRef] Anderson, Leon. 2006 Almost all of the 'core members' of the group were white, with Latinos and blacks following (Neumann 2008, p. 59), perhaps solely due to the group's positioning in the  ...  UAWMF's anti-racism depended on the overarching concept of the "Hip Community", of the Motherfucker coming to erase any and all traces of past identities, including those codified as racial.  ...  And now I averred it in front of a monument for Hegel; a man who had never been where my ancestors dwelt, who did not take part in our everyday poetry production, who did not learn our alphabets, who did  ... 
doi:10.3390/books978-3-03897-500-7-3 fatcat:q7ca7vkxxfh43lizxsvkamgxla

The Road to the White (Nationalist) House

Anna Katz
2019 Duke Visible Thinking  
"I want every poor African-American child to be able to walk down the street in peace," Trump said, adding that safety is a civil right.  ...  Though the study could not prove that belief in fake news caused this defection, the data did indicate that exposure to fake news stories did significantly influence voting decisions. 223 Evidence increasingly  ... 
doi:10.21428/07343849 fatcat:2o6kyr2pw5gsrfx6sf6x3kzavu

Volume 66.3 (2021)

2021 American Studies  
Reflective nostalgia dwells on the ambivalences of human longing and belonging and does not shy away from the contradictions of modernity.  ...  with the Enemy" confront Lost Cause ideology.  ...  Likewise, a challenge to "the war on obesity" (433) and the ways in which fat is used "to police the bounds of normalcy (and class)" (434) does not provide insight into the rise of obesity.  ... 
doi:10.33675/amst/2021/3/1 fatcat:mnpoysswnjh4pcqhicvzj2ycke

6. I Am Coming to Your Kingdom, Prince Horrendous [chapter]

Maria Manuel Lisboa
2019 Essays on Paula Rego  
Every effort has been made to identify and contact copyright holders and any omission or error will be corrected if notification is made to the publisher.  ...  I Am Coming to Your Kingdom, Prince Horrendous James I of England (and VI of Scotland): a Protestant who in any case, unlike Elizabeth, did not encourage the persecution of Catholics.  ...  I was angry with my foe: I told it not, my wrath did grow. And I watered it in fears. Night and morning with my tears: And I sunned it with smiles. And with soft deceitful wiles.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0178.06 fatcat:6co3z45tz5e7lns54fbfbo54ny

Hope and uncertainty in contemporary African migration

Inka Stock
2017 Ethnic and Racial Studies  
Kleist and Dorte Thorsen to be identified as the authors of the editorial material, and of the authors for their individual chapters, has been asserted in accordance with sections 77 and 78 of the Copyright  ...  Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business © 2017 selection and editorial matter, Nauja Kleist and Dorte Thorsen; individual chapters, the contributors The right of Nauja  ...  Acknowledgements I am indebted to the men and women who made this research possible by kindly sharing their time and stories with me in Spain and Senegal.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01419870.2017.1324172 fatcat:cegajmminra3fcbb2kb66yiomm
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