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比较大西洋研究课程简介
作者:0739085 提交日期:2009-9-30 9:27:00 正常| 访问量:14465

有人在豆瓣上问起,似乎这一部分国内都不熟悉。我想或许贴在这里能有帮助。
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Week 1 – Introductions – Atlantic Perspectives
Readings:
1/29: **Eliga Gould, “Atlantic History and the Literary Turn,” in William and Mary Quarterly 65:1 (2008); **Ian K. Steele, "Exploding colonial American History: Amerindian, Atlantic, and Global Perspectives" in Reviews in American History 26 (1998); **Alison Games, “Atlantic History: Definitions, Challenges, and Opportunities” in American Historical Review 111 (June 2006)
[Recommended: Alfred W. Crosby, “The Columbian Voyages, the Columbian Exchange, and Their Historians” in Islamic and European Expansion: the Forging of a Global Order, ed. Michael Adas (Temple 1993)]
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Week 2 - An African Atlantic
Readings:
2/3:**Stephanie Smallwood, “African Guardians, European Slave Ships, and the Changing Dynamics of Power in the Early Modern Atlantic” in The William and Mary Quarterly, 64, 3 (October 2007); John Thornton, “Armed Slaves and Political Authority in the Era of the Slave Trade, 1450-1800,” in Christopher Brown and Philip Morgan, eds., Arming Slaves: From Classical Times to the Modern Age (Yale 2005)
2/5: Selections from Cabeza De Vaca
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Week 3 – Developing the Slave Trade
Readings:
2/10: Philip D. Curtin, “The Tropical Atlantic in the Age of the Slave Trade” in Islamic and European Expansion, 165-199; Edward Alpers, “The Other Middle Passage: African Slave Trade in the Indian Ocean,” in Cassandra Pybus, Marcus Redicker, and Emma Christopher eds., Many Middle Passages: Forced Migrations and the Making of the Modern World (California 2007)
2/12: Description of a Slave Trading Fort; Images of Slave Trade and Sale
Code Noir of 1685 and French Royal Decree on Manumission (Oct. 24 1713); Virginia Slave Code of 1664 and 1705
Response Paper
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Week 4 – Commodities
Readings:
2/17: Lynn Guitar, “Boiling it Down” in Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives; Frederick Knight, “In an Ocean of Blue: West African Indigo Workers in the Atlantic World to 1800” in Michael Gomez, ed., Diasporic Africa: A Reader (NYU 2006); Kris Lane, “Captivity and Redemption:
Aspects of Slave Life in Early Colonial Quito and Popayán” in The Americas 57:2 (2000)
2/19: Marcy Norton and Daviken Stunicki-Gizbert "The Multinational Commodification of Tobacco 1492-1650: An Iberian Perspective" in Peter Mancall ed., The Atlantic World and Virginia
Presentations – Sugar/Indigo/Rice/Mining/Tobacco
[Recommended for Presentations: Jennifer Morgan Laboring Women (Penn 2005); Richard Dunn Sugar and Slaves; Philip Morgan Slave Counterpoint; Kris Lane, Quito 1599]
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Week 5 – Iberian Slave Society
Readings:
2/24: Herman L. Bennett, Africans in Colonial Mexico, 1-33, 79-126
2/26: Matthew Restall, “Manuel’s Worlds” in Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives; Portuguese Crown, Ordinances and Laws of the Kingdom (1603) and Law of December 24, 1734; Spanish Slave Codes (1784-1789); Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala, African Slaves and Incas in Seventeenth-Century Peru (c. 1615); Selections from Bartolomé de Las Casas, History of the Indies
Response Paper
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Week 6 – English Slave Society I
Readings:
3/3: **Jennifer Morgan "Some Could Suckle over their Shoulders: Male Travelers, Female Bodies, and the Gendering of Racial Ideology" WMQ 54, 1 (1997); Ira Berlin, “From Creole to African: Atlantic Creoles and the Origins of African- American Society in Mainland North America” in WMQ 52: 3 (1996)
3/5: Extracts from the Diary of Janet Schaw (available online at http://docsouth.unc.edu/nc/schaw/menu.html ); Extracts from Olaudah Equiano (available online at http://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/equiano1/menu.html )
Presentations – Indentured Servitude v. Slavery
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Week 7 – English Slave Society II
Readings: Toni Morrison, A Mercy
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Week 8 – French Slave Society
Readings:
3/17: Brett Rushforth, “A Little Flesh We Offer You: The Origins of Indian Slavery in New France,” in William and Mary Quarterly, 60, 4 (October 2003); Cécile Vidal, “Private and State Violence Against African Slaves in Lower Lousiana During the French Period, 1699-1769” in John Smolenski and Thomas J. Humphreys, eds., New World Orders: Violence, Sanction and Authority in the Colonial Americas (Penn 2006)
3/19: MIDTERM
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Week 9 – Portuguese Slave Society
Readings:
3/31: Mary Karasch, “Slave Women on the Brazilian Frontier in the Nineteenth Century” in More than Chattel; James Sweet, Recreating Africa pgs. 13-87
4/2: Paintings of Brazilian Slavery from 17th-19th Century; Portuguese Crown, Law of Liberty (June 6, 1755) Political Constitution of the Empire of Brazil (1824)
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Week 10 – Self-Fashioning in Comparative Slave Societies
Readings:
4/7: William B. Hart, “Black “Go Betweens” and the Mutability of “Race”: Status and Identity on New York’s Pre-Revolutionary Frontier” in Contact Points: American Frontiers from the Mohawk Valley to the Mississippi, 1750-1830, ed. Fredericka Teute and Andrew Cayton (Chapel Hill 1997); **David Waldstreicher, "Reading the Runaways: Self-Fashioning, Print Culture, and Confidence in Slavery in the Eighteenth Century Mid-Atlantic" WMQ 56, 2 (1999
4/9: Ann Twinam, “Racial Passing: Informal and Official “Whiteness” in Colonial Spanish America,” in New World Orders; Jane Landers “Cimarron and Citizen” in Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives
Presentations - Creolization
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Week 11 – Culture and Retention
Readings:
4/14: Jane Landers, "Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose: A Free Black Town in Colonial Florida," AHR 95, 1 (1990); Vincent Brown “Spiritual Terror and Sacred Authority: Supernatural Power in Jamaican Slave Society,” revised and reprinted in Stephanie Camp and Edward E. Baptist, eds., New Studies in the History of American Slavery (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2006), pp. 179-210
4/16: James Sweet, Recreating Africa pgs. 139-191
Response Paper
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Week 12 – Revolutions
Readings:
4/21: **Cassandra Pybus, “Jefferson’s Faulty Math: The Question of Slave Defections in the American Revolution,” in WMQ 62:2 (2005); Renée Soulodre-La France, “Los esclavos de Su Majestad: Slave Politics and Protest in Late Colonial New Granada,” in Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives
4/23: Patrick Henry, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death"; Documents on Haitian Revolution from Laurent Dubois and John D. Garrigus, eds. Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789-1804 (Bedford St. Martins 2006)
Presentations - Revolutions
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Week 13 – Revolutions and Emancipations
Readings:
4/28: Carolyn Fick, "The French Revolution in Saint-Domingue" in A Turbulent Time: The French Revolution and the Greater Caribbean, Blacks in the Diaspora, ed. David Barry Gaspar and David Geggus (Indiana 1997); Laurent Dubois, “Citizen Soldiers: Emancipation and Military Service in the Revolutionary French Caribbean,” in Arming Slaves
4/30: Seth Meisel, “‘The Fruit of Freedom’: Slaves and Citizens in Early Republican Argentina” in Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives
Documents on Somerset’s Case (1772); French National Convention Emancipation Decree (1794); National Independence and Abolition (Ecuador 1822)
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Week 14 – Memory
Readings: Saidiya Hartman, Lose Your Mother (Beacon Press, 1997)
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Week 15 – Memory II
Readings:
5/12: Rebecca J. Scott, “The Atlantic World and the Road to Plessey v. Ferguson,” in JAH 94:3 (2007)
5/14: Presentation on Memory
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Week 16 – Conclusions– 5/19
FINAL EXAM – Tuesday May 19
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