The transatlantic slave trade and slavery : new directions in teaching and learning
- edited by Paul E. Lovejoy and Benjamin P. Bowser.
- Trenton, N.J. : Africa World Press, c2013.
- Physical description
- xvi, 351 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.
- Harriet Tubman series on the African diaspora.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -326) and index.
- Preface / Rina Cáceres
- Chapter 1. New directions in teaching slavery and the slave trade / Paul Lovejoy and Ali Moussa Iye
- Part I. Africans, the African diaspora and slavery in the curriculum
- Chapter 2. The sound of drums: teaching and learning African history and the history of Africans in Brazil / Mônica Lima
- Chapter 3. The observatory of Afrocolombian, Black, Maroon and Islander peoples' resistance and memory / Jaime Arocha
- Chapter 4. Africa and the African diaspora in the primary and secondary curriculums of contemporary Central America / Darío A. Euraque and Yesenia Martínez-- Chapter 5. Historical and political stakes in teaching the slave trade and slavery in Haitian schools / Jhon Picard Byron
- Chapter 6. Problems and challenges in teaching the history of African cultures, the transatlantic slave trade and slavery: experiences in Mexico / María Elisa Velázquez and Cristina Verónica Masferrer León
- Chapter 7. Teaching and learning the underground railroad in Canadian schools / Karolyn Smardz Frost
- Chapter 8. Buxton education: a short history of early Black education in Canada / Shannon Prince
- Chapter 9. Pedagogical responses to the teaching of the transatlantic slave trade and its diasporic legacies in British schools / Nicholas J. Evans and Suzanne Schwarz
- Chapter 10. Teaching the history of Africa and slavery in France: breaking the silence and new ambiguities / Marie-Albane de Suremain
- Part II. Psychological consequences of the slave trade and slavery
- Chapter 11. Towards a liberating curriculum / Quince Duncan
- Chapter 12. Exploring slavery's influence on the psychology of slave descendants in the United States / Benjamin P. Bowser and Georges Goma-Gakissa
- Chapter 13. Parenting roles and the African Caribbean man in post slavery society / Lennox K. Thomas
- Chapter 14. The psychological consequences of slavery for beneficiaries of slavery and implications for classroom teaching / Katrina Browne
- Chapter 15. Double tyranny: the esthetic of misidentification through hair straightening and skin bleaching / Juliette Sméralda
- Chapter 16. When moral reasoning confronts institutional entrenchment: a case study of the exclusion of Africa in a world class university / Yvonne Brown
- Chapter 17. Conclusion: synthesis and afterthoughts / Benjamin P. Bowser and Paul E. Lovejoy.
- Slave trade > History > Study and teaching > Atlantic Ocean Region > Congresses.
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- Slave trade > History > Study and teaching > Africa > Congresses.
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- Publication date
- The Harriet Tubman series on the African diaspora
- Papers from a workshop held Nov. 2010 in Toronto, sponsored by UNESCO.
- 9781592219056 (hbk.)
- 1592219055 (hbk.)
- 9781592219063 (pbk.)
- 1592219063 (pbk.)
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