Special Issue: “Slavery, Memory, Power: France and Its Former Colonies” Guest edited by Audra A. Diptée and Myriam Cottias, Histoire sociale / Social History, Vol. LIII, No. 107

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Histoire sociale / Social History est fier d’annoncer la parution du numéro spéciale « Esclavage, mémoire et pouvoir : La France et ses anciennes colonies » dir. Audra A. Diptée et Myriam Cottias, Vol. LIII, No 107.

 

Histoire sociale / Social History is pleased to announce the publication of “Slavery, Memory, Power: France and its Former Colonies” ed. Audra A. Diptée and Myriam Cottias (Vol. LIII, No. 107)

 

 

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Table des matières / Table of Contents

 

Introduction

Audra A. Diptée et Myriam Cottias
L’avenir de l’esclavage : histoire sociale comme histoire radicale

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Audra A. Diptée and Myriam Cottias
The Future of Slavery: Social History as Radical History

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Articles

Jennifer L. Palmer
“She Persisted in her Revolt”: Between Slavery and Freedom in Saint-Domingue

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Lorelle Semley
Beyond the Dark Side of the Port of the Moon: Rethinking the Role of Bordeaux’s Slave Trade Past

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Yun Kyoung Kwon
Forgotten Island of the Liberator: Haiti’s Influences on Victor Schœlcher’s Abolitionism, 1833-1848

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Alix Rivière
“Directing the Upcoming Generation’s Mind in the Right Direction”: Enslaved Children in the French Emancipation Project in Martinique, 1835-1848

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Jessica Balguy
L’indemnité coloniale de 1849 : Mise en place à répartition en Martinique et en Guadeloupe

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Malik Noël-Ferdinand
Le choix de Marie : Aimé Césaire et Suzanne Césaire face au 22 mai (1948-1960)

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Martin Mourre
Quali er l’esclavage et (commencer à) commémorer son abolition au Sénégal : la loi du 5 mai 2010

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Renée Gosson
Breaking Museal Tradition: Guadeloupe’s “Mémorial ACTe” and the Scenography of Slavery

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