1 edition of Remembering Africa and its diasporas found in the catalog.
Remembering Africa and its diasporas
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Audra A. Diptee & David V. Trotman|
|LC Classifications||DT19 .R46 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781592218950, 9781592218967|
|LC Control Number||2012013187|
place of Africa and its Diaspora in a shifting global world. More specifically, the studies will address gaps and larger needs in the developing scholarship on Africa and the Black World. The series intends to fill gaps in areas such as African politics, history, law, religion. This book considers how the establishment and/or improvement of gender equality impacts on the social, economic, religious, cultural, environmental and political developments of human societies in Africa and its Diaspora. An interdisciplinary team of contributors examine the role of gender in devel.
Synopsis The extensive literature relating to the African diaspora has tended to concentrate on the descendants of those who left Africa as part of the slave trade to North America. This important new book gathers together work on more recent waves of African migration from some of the most exciting thinkers on the contemporary diaspora. Patrick Manning’s The African Diaspora: A History Through Culture summarizes seven centuries of black history in the African continent and beyond. This impressive book is primarily intended for an English-speaking undergraduate audience but will also be a useful tool for professional historians at the graduate and postgraduate levels. The book contains six chapters, including an Author: Ana Lucia Araujo.
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The essays in this collection are concerned with the construction of memories and public histories. They explore the processes and dynamics that shape the ways in which Africa and its Diasporas have been historicized outside of the : Audra a Diptee, David V Trotman.
The essays in this collection are concerned with the construction of memories and public histories. They explore the processes and dynamics that shape the ways in which Africa and its Diasporas have been historicized outside of the academy.
Africa and Its Diasporas: Remembering South America PAUL TIYAMBE ZELEZA Loyola Marymount University [email protected] ABSTRACT This paper explores Africa's engagements with the Diaspora in South America.
It argues that the linkages have far deeper roots than is generally recognized by focusing on nineteenth-century demographic and cultural flows.
David V. Trotman is the author of Remembering Africa & Its Diasporas ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Stratifications, Singulariti. This paper explores Africa’s engagements with the Diaspora in South America.
It argues that the linkages have far deeper roots than is generally recognized by focusing on nineteenth-century demographic and cultural by: 8.
literature and debates regarding migration from [to, and within] Africa, African diasporas and their relationship to the African continent. The term “African diaspora” has been commonly used to describe the enslavement and dispersal of millions of people from Western and Central Africa to the Americas and Caribbean islands during the.
Remembering Africa AND ITS DIASPORAS Workshop Date: OctoberLocation: History Lounge Paterson Hall, 4th Floor (Carleton University) For more.
THE AFRICAN COURIER. Reporting Africa and its Diaspora. The African Courier is an international magazine published in Germany to report on Africa and the Diaspora African experience.
The first issue of the bimonthly magazine appeared on the newsstands on 15 February “Africa has taken back its right” – Remembering Chinua Achebe. Introduction. The study of women and literature of the African diaspora necessarily entails some understanding of the dispersal of Africans to other locations of the world.
Historians identify at least five primary migrations which created the African diaspora, including the largest forced migration, the sixteenth- to nineteenth-century trans-Atlantic slave trade and its triangular trade routes including the. (shelved 12 times as african-diaspora) avg rating —ratings — published ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ways of remembering: many Africas, many diasporas / Audra A. Diptee and David V. Trotman --World history and the rainbow nation: educating values in the United States and South Africa / Trevor Getz --"All ah we is not one": Afrocentric history.
Routes of Passage provides a conceptual, substantive, and empirical orientation to the study of African people worldwide. The book addresses issues of geographical mobility and geosocial displacement; changing culture, political, and economic relationships between Africa and its diaspora; interdiaspora relations; political and economic agency and social mobilization, including cultural.
'This carefully crafted collection not only provides a novel insight into the role of diaspora networks in the Horn of Africa and various European host countries, it is also a highly valuable contribution to the field of peace and conflict studies in general, as it lays out the case for a more nuanced approach to the role of diaspora networks in the process of both crafting peace and sustaining wars.
The book presents a thorough study of the changing landscape of state-diaspora relations in Africa, as well as a robust analysis of diaspora engagement policies being pursued across the continent. As the Africa diaspora strengthens its socio-economic and political clout, countries of origin in Africa have sought to engage their citizens living.
The first African diaspora was a consequence of the great movement within and outside of Africa that began aboutyears ago. This early movement, the contours of which are still quite controversial, constitutes a necessary starting point for any study of the dispersal and settlement of African peoples.
Remembering Africa & Its Diasporas: Memory, Public History & Representations Of The Past. Author: Audra A. Diptee and David V. Trotman (Editors) and of the uses of that past both within Africa and in the numerous African Diasporas created by the historical and contemporary movement of Africans outside of Africa under a variety of circumstances.
The African Diaspora and the Disciplines. Tejumola Olaniyan and James H. Sweet (Eds). Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Pp. ISBN. (pb). $ A book that focuses on the subject of the African Diaspora within the various disciplines is indeed welcome. Its critique of conventional research methodology, which assumes researchers of Africa and the African Diaspora are white, is long overdue and liberating for students and scholars.
A must-read, it puts race, self-reflection, and researcher humility at the center of knowledge production.". Anyaduba, C.A. Broadening the Canon: Africa and Its Non-Migrant Diasporas.
Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies. 30(4): 43– Baffour, T.K. The Making of the Second Diaspora: On the Recent African Immigrant Community in the United States of America.
Western Journal of Black Studies, 26(1): 32–Author: Sarah Fila-Bakabadio. “The Challenges of Studying the African Diasporas” African Sociological Review 12 (2), 4– Zeleza, Paul Tiyambe “Africa and Its Diasporas: Remembering South America” Research in African Literatures 40 (4), – Zeleza, Paul Tiyambe a.
“Reconceptualizing African Diasporas: Notes from an Historian”.Author: Paul Tiyambe Zeleza. ‘Ways of Remembering: Many Africas, Many Diasporas,’ Remembering Africa and Its Diasporas: Memory, Public History & Representations of the Past, (Africa World Press, ), - with Audra A.
Diptee. "Rompiendo el silencio sobre la Revolucion Haitiana". This book traces the visual cultures and histories of Mami Wata and other African water Wata, often portrayed with the head and torso of a woman and the tail of a fish, is at once beautiful, jealous, generous, seductive, and potentially deadly.A water spirit widely known across Africa and the African diaspora, her origins are said to lie "overseas," although she has been Cited by: Africa and its Diaspora is an essential interdisciplinary contribution which addresses an impressive array of historical and contemporary issues and approaches.
An engaging and thought-provoking work, Africa and its Diaspora adds important insights into our understanding of African diasporas and the struggle for rights, justice, and empowerment.