Slavery, Freedom and Gender: The Dynamics of Caribbean Society

Slavery, Freedom and Gender: The Dynamics of Caribbean Society

By Moore, Brian L./ Moore, Brian L. (EDT)/ Higman, B. W./ Campbell, Carl/ Bryan, Patrick
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Book Description
Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • SECTION I: In Slavery and Freedom
    • Chapter 1 Slavery and the Rise of Capitalism
    • Chapter 2 Africa in the Making of the Caribbean: The Formative Years
    • Chapter 3 The Invention of Slave Society
    • Chapter 4 Slavery and the Transformation of Society in Cuba, 1511–1760
    • Chapter 5 Planters, Farmers and Gardeners in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica
    • Chapter 6 The Post-Slavery Labour Problem Revisited
    • Chapter 7 Liberated Africans in Nineteenth-Century Guyana
  • SECTION II: Gender Paradigms
    • Chapter 8 Women and Resistance: "Herstory" in Contemporary Caribbean History
    • Chapter 9 Women Field Workers in Jamaica during Slavery
    • Chapter 10 Freeing Slavery: Gender Paradigms in the Social History of Caribbean Slavery
    • Chapter 11 Gendered Testimony: Autobiographies, Diaries and Letters by Women as Sources for Caribbean History
    • Chapter 12 Unspeakable Things Unspoken: Ghosts and Memories in the Narratives of African American Women
  • Epilogue: Our Debt to History
  • Contributors
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