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Africans in Colonial Mexico: Absolutism, Christianity, and Afro-Creole Consciousness, 1570-1640
Acknowledgments 1. Soiled Gods and the Formation of a Slave Society 2. "The Grand Remedy": Africans and Christian Conjugality 3. Policing Christians: The Inquisition and Ecclesiastical Courts 4.Expand
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The Subject in the Plot: National Boundaries and the “History” of the Black Atlantic
  • H. Bennett
  • Sociology
  • African Studies Review
  • 1 April 2000
Abstract: As a new field and analytical category, the African diaspora promises to remap the histories of Africans and their dispersed descendants. In what ways has the promise of diaspora beenExpand
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Colonial Blackness: A History of Afro-Mexico
List of Tables Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: Writing Afro-Mexican History 1. Discipline and Culture 2. Genealogies to a Past 3. Creoles 4. Provincial Black Life 5. Local Blackness 6.Expand
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Facts about Kaposi's sarcoma.
  • H. Bennett
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of practical nursing
  • 1985
““Sons of Adam””: Text, Context, and the Early Modern African Subject
ABSTRACT Seeking to dislodge the prism that a singular political practice——represented as the story from savage to slave——informed the slave trade, this essay points to a distinct genealogy shapingExpand
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Bearing Arms for His Majesty: The Free-Colored Militia in Colonial Mexico (review)
nected with the efforts of Melchor Carlos Inca, Paullu’s grandson, to establish his Inca status in the courts of Spain. The “Inca history” of the Discurso is essentially a genealogy plus the list ofExpand