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Title At the limits of memory : legacies of slavery in the Francophone world / edited by Nicola Frith and Kate Hodgson.
Publisher Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2015.
Copyright date ©2014


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Descript viii, 259 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Contents Slavery and its legacies : remembering labour exploitation in the Francophone world / Nicola Frith and Kate Hodgson -- The limits of memorialization : commemoration, musealization and patrimony. Representing the slave past : the limits of museographical and patrimonial discourses / Christine Chivallon ; Telling stories of slavery : cultural re-appropriations of slave memory in the French Caribbean today / Catherine Reinhardt ; The art of reconciliation : the memorial to the abolition of slavery in Nantes / Nicola Frith ; Shaping representations of the past in a former slave-trade port : Slavery Remembrance Day (10 May) in Nantes / Renaud Hourcade ; Haiti and the memorial discourses of slavery after 1804 / Kate Hodgson -- Beyond the abolitionist moment : memories and counter-memories of labour exploitation. Cette île n'est pas une île : locating Gorée / Charles Forsdick ; Multiple memories : slavery and indenture in Mauritian literature in French / Srilata Ravi ; Speaking of slavery : representations of domestic slavery in the oral epics of Francophone west Africa / Sotonye Omuku ; From forgetting to remembrance : slavery and forced labour in Tunisia / Inès Mrad Dali ; Imaging the present : an iconography of slavery in contemporary African art / Claire Griffiths ; Cartographies of memory, politics of emancipation / Françoise Vergès.
ISBN 9781781381595
1781381593
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Series Francophone postcolonial studies. The annual publication of the Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies ; New Series, Vol. 6
Francophone postcolonial studies ; new series, v. 6.
Subject Slavery -- History.
Slavery -- Africa -- History.
Slavery -- Caribbean Area -- History.
France -- Colonies -- Africa -- History.
France -- Colonies -- Caribbean Area -- History.
Alt author Frith, Nicola, 1974-
Hodgson, Kate.
Descript viii, 259 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Content text txt
Media unmediated n
Carrier volume nc
Contents Slavery and its legacies : remembering labour exploitation in the Francophone world / Nicola Frith and Kate Hodgson -- The limits of memorialization : commemoration, musealization and patrimony. Representing the slave past : the limits of museographical and patrimonial discourses / Christine Chivallon ; Telling stories of slavery : cultural re-appropriations of slave memory in the French Caribbean today / Catherine Reinhardt ; The art of reconciliation : the memorial to the abolition of slavery in Nantes / Nicola Frith ; Shaping representations of the past in a former slave-trade port : Slavery Remembrance Day (10 May) in Nantes / Renaud Hourcade ; Haiti and the memorial discourses of slavery after 1804 / Kate Hodgson -- Beyond the abolitionist moment : memories and counter-memories of labour exploitation. Cette île n'est pas une île : locating Gorée / Charles Forsdick ; Multiple memories : slavery and indenture in Mauritian literature in French / Srilata Ravi ; Speaking of slavery : representations of domestic slavery in the oral epics of Francophone west Africa / Sotonye Omuku ; From forgetting to remembrance : slavery and forced labour in Tunisia / Inès Mrad Dali ; Imaging the present : an iconography of slavery in contemporary African art / Claire Griffiths ; Cartographies of memory, politics of emancipation / Françoise Vergès.
ISBN 9781781381595
1781381593
Series Francophone postcolonial studies. The annual publication of the Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies ; New Series, Vol. 6
Francophone postcolonial studies ; new series, v. 6.
Subject Slavery -- History.
Slavery -- Africa -- History.
Slavery -- Caribbean Area -- History.
France -- Colonies -- Africa -- History.
France -- Colonies -- Caribbean Area -- History.
Alt author Frith, Nicola, 1974-
Hodgson, Kate.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  HT 1180 A8  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject Slavery -- History.
Slavery -- Africa -- History.
Slavery -- Caribbean Area -- History.
France -- Colonies -- Africa -- History.
France -- Colonies -- Caribbean Area -- History.
Descript viii, 259 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Content text txt
Media unmediated n
Carrier volume nc
Contents Slavery and its legacies : remembering labour exploitation in the Francophone world / Nicola Frith and Kate Hodgson -- The limits of memorialization : commemoration, musealization and patrimony. Representing the slave past : the limits of museographical and patrimonial discourses / Christine Chivallon ; Telling stories of slavery : cultural re-appropriations of slave memory in the French Caribbean today / Catherine Reinhardt ; The art of reconciliation : the memorial to the abolition of slavery in Nantes / Nicola Frith ; Shaping representations of the past in a former slave-trade port : Slavery Remembrance Day (10 May) in Nantes / Renaud Hourcade ; Haiti and the memorial discourses of slavery after 1804 / Kate Hodgson -- Beyond the abolitionist moment : memories and counter-memories of labour exploitation. Cette île n'est pas une île : locating Gorée / Charles Forsdick ; Multiple memories : slavery and indenture in Mauritian literature in French / Srilata Ravi ; Speaking of slavery : representations of domestic slavery in the oral epics of Francophone west Africa / Sotonye Omuku ; From forgetting to remembrance : slavery and forced labour in Tunisia / Inès Mrad Dali ; Imaging the present : an iconography of slavery in contemporary African art / Claire Griffiths ; Cartographies of memory, politics of emancipation / Françoise Vergès.
Alt author Frith, Nicola, 1974-
Hodgson, Kate.
ISBN 9781781381595
1781381593

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