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African Jezebel: Myth Formation and Stereotypes of Black Female Promiscuity within the Context of the Colonial Caribbean Islands

@inproceedings{Granowski2014AfricanJM,
  title={African Jezebel: Myth Formation and Stereotypes of Black Female Promiscuity within the Context of the Colonial Caribbean Islands},
  author={Tomasz G. Granowski},
  year={2014}
}
For many scholars of women’s studies and Caribbean history, the notion of the African Jezebel has become a subject of long and heated dialogue. As a result, the divergent arguments have taken their forms, shaping and reshaping the individual and collective scholarly understanding of the subject matter. Within these divergent and sometimes undefined discourses, the misinterpretation of written information, combined with the predetermined notion about the character of African females, makes it… 

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