BIOGRAPHY AND THE BLACK ATLANTIC
Leading historians in the field of Atlantic studies examine the biographies and autobiographies of eighteenth century African descended people and reflect on the opportunities and limitations these life stories present to studies of slavery and the African diaspora.
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