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Statement of Responsibility: Janell Hobson
Year: 2021
Publisher: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge,
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<P></P><P>Introduction -- Janell Hobson</P><P></P><B><P>PART I -- A FRAGMENTED PAST, AN INCLUSIVE FUTURE </P></B><P></P><P>1. Women are from Africa and Men are from Europe</P><I><P>Monica Hanna </P></I><P></P><P>2. Priestess, Queen, Goddess: The Divine Feminine in the Kingdom of Kush</P><I><P>Solange Ashby </P></I><P></P><P>3. Queen Balghis, "Queen of Sheba"</P><I><P>Carolyn Fluehr-Laban </P></I><P></P><P>4. Black Women in Early Modern European Art and Culture</P><I><P>Paul H.D. Kaplan </P></I><P></P><P>5. Black Women in Early Modern Spanish Literature</P><I><P>Nicholas R. Jones </P></I><P></P><P>6. The Legend of Lucy Negro</P><I><P>Joyce Green MacDonald </P></I><P></P><P>7. (Anti-)colonial Assemblages: The History and Reformulations of Njinga Mbande</P><I><P>Daniel F. Silva </P></I><B><P></P><P>PART II -- CONTESTED HISTORIES, SUBVERSIVE MEMORIES</P></B><P></P><P>8. Preserving the Memories of Precolonial Nigeria: Cultural Narratives of Precolonial Heroines</P><I><P>Aje-Ori Agbese </P></I><P></P><P>9. Nana Asma'u: The Model for Literate Women Muslims</P><I><P>Beverly Mack </P></I><P></P><P>10. Finding "Fatima" among Enslaved Muslim Women in the Antebellum United States</P><I><P>Denise A. Spellberg </P></I><P></P><P>11. Phillis Wheatley and New England Slavery</P><I><P>Jennifer Thorn </P></I><P></P><P>12. Sally Hemings: Writing the Life of an Enslaved Woman</P><I><P>Annette Gordon-Reed </P></I><P></P><P>13. The Persistence of Félicité Kina in the World of the Haitian Revolution: Kinship, Gender, and Everyday Resistance</P><I><P>Nathan H. Dize </P></I><P></P><P>14. The Then and Now of Subjugation and Empowerment: Marie Benoist's <EM>Portrait d'une Negresse </EM>(1800)</P><P><EM>James Smalls</EM></P><B><P>PART III -- GENDERED LIVES, RACIAL FRAMEWORKS</P></B><P></P><P>15. A History of Black Women in Nineteenth-Century France</P><I><P>Robin Mitchell </P></I><P></P><P>16. Living Free: Self-Emancipated Women and Queer Formations of Freedom</P><I><P>Vanessa M. Holden </P></I><P></P><P>17. "Blood, Fire, and Freedom": Enslaved Women and Rebellion in Nineteenth-Century Cuba</P><I><P>Michelle Reid-Vazquez </P></I><P></P><P>18. Black Women and Africana Abolitionism</P><I><P>Nneka D. Dennie </P></I><P></P><P>19. Ethiop's Woke Women: The Nineteenth Century Re-imagines Africa</P><I><P>Barbara McCaskill </P></I><P></P><P>20. Singing Power/Sounding Identity: The Black Woman's Voice from Hidden Hush Arbors to the Popular</P><I><P>Maya Cunningham </P></I><P></P><P>21. Jamettes, Mas, and Bacchanal: A Culture of Resistance in Trinidad and Tobago</P><I><P>Allison O. Ramsay </P></I><P></P><B><P>PART IV -- CULTURAL SHIFTS, SOCIAL CHANGE</P></B><P></P><P>22. Wives and Warriors: The Royal Women of Dahomey as Representatives of the Kingdom</P><I><P>Lynne Larsen </P></I><P></P><P>23. Reframing Yaa Asantewaa through the Shifting Paradigms of African Historiography </P><P><I>Naabarko Sackeyfio-Lenoch</P></I><P></P><P>24. The Aba Women's War of 1929 in Eastern Nigeria as Anti-Colonial Protest</P><I><P>Egodi Uchendu and Uche Okonkwo</P></I><P></P><P>25. Black Women Writers in Early Twentieth-Century Paris</P><I><P>Claire Oberon Garcia </P></I><P></P><P>26. The Transnational Black Feminist Politics of Claudia Jones</P><I><P>Carole Boyce-Davies</P></I><P></P><P>27. Confronting Apartheid: Black Women's Internationalism in South Africa and the United States</P><I><P>Nicholas Grant</P></I><P></P><P>28. Black Feminisms, Queer Feminisms, Trans Feminisms: Meditating on Pauli Murray, Shirley Chisholm, and Marsha P. Johnson against the Erasure of History</P><I><P>Jenn M. Jackson </P></I><P></P><B><P>PART V -- BLACK IDENTITIES, FEMINIST FUTURES</P></B><P></P><P>29. Traces of Race, Roots of Gender: A Genetic History</P><I><P>Amade M'charek </P></I><P></P><P>30. Is Twerking African?: Dancing and Diaspora as Embodied Knowledge on YouTube</P><I><P>Kyra D. Gaunt </P></I><P></P><P>31. Sites of Resistance: Black Women and Beauty in Brazilian Communities of São Paulo and Bahia</P><I><P>Valquíria Pereira Tenório and Flávia Alessandra de Souza</P></I><P></P><P>32. Hail to the Chefs: Black Women's Pedagogy, Sacred Kitchenspaces, and Afro-Diasporic Religions</P><I><P>Elizabeth Pérez </P></I><P></P><P>33. Black Women's Feminist Literary Renaissance of the Late Twentieth Century</P><I><P>Carmen R. Gillespie </P></I><P></P><P>34. Black Women, Sexual Violence, and Resistance in the United States</P><I><P>Janell Hobson and Donna E. Young</P></I><P></P><P>35. African Women's Political Leadership: Global Lessons for Feminism</P><I><P>Gretchen Bauer</P></I>

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Statement of Responsibility: Janell Hobson
Year: 2021
Publisher: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge,
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ISBN: 9780429513299
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Language: Englisch
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