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Modern slavery challenges to supply chain management
Purpose – This paper aims to draw attention to the challenges modern slavery poses to supply chain management. Although many international supply chains are (most often unknowingly) connected toExpand
Modern Slavery: The Secret World of 27 Million People
There are 27 million slaves alive today - more than at any point in history. This number is also greater than the total population stolen from Africa during four centuries of the transatlantic slaveExpand
The tribunal : responses to John Brown and the Harpers Ferry Raid
When John Brown led twenty-one men in an attack on the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry on October 16, 1859, he envisioned a biblical uprising of millions of armed bondsmen, thus ridding the nationExpand
John Wayne and the Queer Frontier: Deconstructions of the Classic Cowboy Narrative during the Vietnam War
"John Wayne?! You're gonna tell me that John Wayne's a fag?!"-Midnight Cowboy (1969)"I gave my dead d--- for John Wayne."-Ron Kovic (1976)"There ain't no queer in cowboy and I don't care for anyoneExpand
The After-Image: Frederick Douglass in Visual Culture
By the time of his death in 1895, Frederick Douglass had sat for approximately 160 different photographs. This makes him the most photographed American of the nineteenth century, rather than AbrahamExpand
Round Table
A haunting tour de force, Marcus Wood’s recent book The Horrible Gift of Freedom offers a provocative and challenging examination of dominant sites and sights of memory and representation vis-à-visExpand
A Negative Utopia: Protest Memory and the Spatio-Symbolism of Civil Rights Literature and Photography
"Whereas Aragon persists within the realm of dream, here the concern is to find the constellation of awakening ... here it is a question of the dissolution of 'mythology" into the space ofExpand
Barbaric culture and black critique: black antislavery writers, religion and the slaveholding Atlantic
Barbaric Culture and Black Critique uncovers the black historical and political imagination of the revolutionary period. It brilliantly repositions early black writers and intellectuals as central ...