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Title Race and nation in the age of emancipations / edited by Whitney Nell Stewart, John Garrison Marks
Published Athens, Georgia : University of Georgia Press, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Race in the Atlantic world, 1700-1900
Race in the Atlantic world, 1700-1900.
Contents Introduction / Whitney Nell Stewart and John Garrison Marks -- Mobility and migration -- Freedom, reenslavement, and movement in the revolutionary South / Matthew Spooner -- To fashion ourselves citizens: colonization, belonging, and the problem of nationhood in the Atlantic South, 1829-1859 / Andrew N. Wegmann -- Exiles in America: Canadian anti-black racism and the meaning of nation in the age of the 1848 revolutions / Ikuko Asaka -- Law and legal status -- "To break our chains and form a free people": race, nation, and Haiti's Imperial Constitution of 1805 / Philip Kaisary -- Seaman and citizen: learning the law of citizenship, from Baltimore to Valparaiso / Martha S. Jones -- Labor and freedom -- Apprenticeship and emancipation in the Caribbean: the seeds of citizenship / Gad Heuman -- Who is black in a black republic? Labor in the remaking of black citizenship in Liberia / Caree A. Banton -- Race and the public sphere -- Race and belonging in the new American nation: the republican roots of black abolitionism / Paul J. Polgar -- "All the inhabitants of this America are citizens" : imagining equality -- Nation, and citizenship in an Atlantic frame / James E. Sanders -- The racial terms of citizenship: abolition and its political aftermath in northeastern Brazil / Celso Thomas Castilho
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed April 9, 2018)
Subject Citizenship -- History.
Liberty -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Marks, John Garrison, editor
Stewart, Whitney Nell, editor
ISBN 0820353094 (electronic bk.)
9780820353098 (electronic bk.)