Cultures Of The Lusophone Black Atlantic by N. NaroCultures Of The Lusophone Black Atlantic by N. Naro

Cultures Of The Lusophone Black Atlantic

EditorN. Naro, R. Sansi-roca, D. Treece

Hardcover | November 7, 2007

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This book addresses the Lusophone Black Atlantic as a space of historical and cultural production between Portugal, Brazil, and Africa. The authors demonstrate how this space is not just the result of the imposition of a Portuguese imperial project, but that it has been shaped by diverse colonial cultures. The Lusophone context offers a unique perspective on the history of the Atlantic.
Nancy Priscilla Naro is Reader in Brazilian History, Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, King's College London. Roger Sansi Roca is Lecturer in Anthropology, Goldsmith's College, University of London. David H. Treece is Director of the Centre for the Study of Brazilian Culture and Society, and Camões Professor of Brazilia...
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Title:Cultures Of The Lusophone Black AtlanticFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pagesPublished:November 7, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230600476

ISBN - 13:9780230600478

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Atlantic, between Scylla and Charybdis--Nancy Priscilla Naro, Roger Sansi-Roca & David H. Treece * PART I: COLONIAL FORMATIONS * The Fetish in the Lusophone Atlantic--Roger Sansi-Roca * Kriol without Creoles: Afro-Atlantic Connections in the Guinea Bissau Region, 16th to 20th Centuries--Philip J. Havik * Historical Roots of Homosexuality in the Lusophone Atlantic--Luiz Mott * PART II: MIGRATIONS AND COLONIAL CULTURES * Atlantic Microhistories: Mobility, Personal Ties, and Slaving in the Black Atlantic World (Angola and Brazil)--Roquinaldo Ferreira * Colonial Aspirations: Connecting Three Points of the Lusophone Black Atlantic--Nancy Priscilla Naro * Agudas from Benin: The "Brazilian" Identity as a Bridge to Citizenship--Milton Guran * Emigration and the Spatial Production of Difference from Cape Verde--Kesha Fikes * African and Brazilian Altars in Lisbon: Some Considerations on the Reconfigurations of the Portuguese Religious Field--Clara Saraiva * PART III: HYBRIDITY, MULTICULTURALISM, AND RACIAL POLITICS * History and Memory in Capoeira Lyrics from Bahia, Brazil--Matthias Rohrig Assunção * The "Orisha Religion": between Syncretism and Reafricanization--Stefania Capone * Undoing Brazil: Hybridity Versus Multiculturalism--Peter Fry

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"This book is a remarkable achievement. On one hand, it critically transcends the risk of parochial colonial nostalgia implicit in 'Lusophone,' as much as it overcomes the implicit Anglophone bias of 'the Black Atlantic.' On the other, the historical and anthropological processes of colonial and diasporic formations are richly analyzed as encounters, as confrontations, and as settings for cultural creation."--Miguel Vale de Almeida, Professor of Social Anthropology, Instituto Superior de Ciências do Trabalho e da Empresa, Lisbon