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Recent Themes in the History of Africa and the Atlantic World: Historians in Conversation

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ISBN 10: 1570037582 / ISBN 13: 9781570037580
Editorial: University of South Carolina Press 2008-08-01, 2008
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Título: Recent Themes in the History of Africa and ...

Editorial: University of South Carolina Press 2008-08-01

Año de publicación: 2008

Encuadernación: PAPERBACK

Condición del libro:New

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This book presents new approaches to understanding African history from major historians of the subject matter. This collection of articles and forums by prominent historians explores the relationship of Africa to world history, maps the current state of the burgeoning field of Atlantic history, and debates the accuracy of Olaudah Equiano's seminal narrative. The standard approach of world historians often compresses the African past into interpretive frameworks that leave Africans without a history of their own. Joseph C. Miller makes the case here for an alternative approach, a multicentric world history that gives voice to the various ways Africans experienced the past, and an impressive array of Africanist and world historians respond.The volume also assesses the state of the field of Atlantic history and includes a spirited forum on Vincent Carretta's provocative thesis that Olaudah Equiano, author of the most important account available of the horrific Middle Passage, was actually born in South Carolina and not Africa. Designed to serve as a companion text for courses in African, Atlantic, and world history, this volume will also appeal to lay readers interested in contemporary approaches to these topics. The contributors are Trevor Burnard, Vincent Carretta, Ricardo Duchesne, Paul E. Lovejoy, Patrick Manning, William H. McNeill, Joseph C. Miller, David Northrup, Jonathan T. Reynolds, Michael Salman, Jon Sensbach, Ajay Skaria, and John K. Thornton.

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