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Remembering Africa and its diasporas : memory, public history, and representations of the past / edited by Audra A. Diptee & David V. Trotman.


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Publication date:
Trenton, NJ : Africa World Press, c2012.
  • Book
  • vi, 384 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Title Variation:
Remembering Africa & its diasporas
Includes bibliographical references (p. [347]-365) and index.
  • Ways of remembering: many Africas, many diasporas / Audra A. Diptee and David V. Trotman
  • World history and the rainbow nation: educating values in the United States and South Africa / Trevor Getz
  • "All ah we is not one": Afrocentric history in the pluralist nation of Trinidad & Tobago / Bridget Brereton
  • The way things used tp be? William Tubman's rhetorical legacy in Liberia / David Mastey
  • Imagining the past at Great Zimbabwe / Elizabeth MacGonagle
  • Decolonizing historical consciousness : the production of historical knowledge in post-Apartheid South Africa / Racheal Hill
  • Stories of Jongos: cultural heritage, hidden memories and public history in Brazil / Hebe Matos and Martha Abreu
  • Emancipation day in Windsor, Ontario: celebration and contestation of the greatest freedom show on Earth, " 1931-1993 / Victoria Campbell
  • The politics of race, space, and memory at San Francisco's Museum of the African Diaspora / Robyn Autry
  • When "civil rights are not enough": the creation and work of the international Afro American Museum of Detroit / Andrea Burns
  • 150 years later: remembering Africa in the museum / Anna Dempsey
  • "Une fleur dans le fleuve": remembering the Rwandan genocide in Montréal, Québec / Steven High
  • "Amadou Diallo, reggae music knows your name": popular music, historical memory, and Black identity in New York City in the wake of Amadou Diallo's murder / Jessica Krug
  • "You show pictues of Uncle Tom, but you won't serve us": social activism and the commemoraton of black history in Ontario Canada / Tracey Warren.
Diptee, Audra.
Trotman, David Vincent, 1946-
The Harriet Tubman series on the African diaspora
Harriet Tubman series (Trenton, N.J.)

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