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Overseer Violence on Eighteenth Century Plantations

By Robert D. Bland

For scholars of eighteenth-century North American slavery, the rise of the plantation-complex grounds many of the field’s central questions. When ...
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#AAIHS2020–Call for Papers: The Black Radical Tradition

By AAIHS Editors

#AAIHS2020 The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS)’s Fifth Annual Conference The Black Radical Tradition March 6-7, 2020 ...
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Jim Crow North: A New Book about Segregation and Struggle outside the South

By J. T. Roane

This post is part of our blog series that announces the publication of selected new books in African American History ...
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Lupe Fiasco’s “Manillas” and the Material Culture of Anti-Black Violence

By Tyler Parry

In Lupe Fiasco’s seventh album, Droga’s Wave, he unveils how the historic legacies of transatlantic Read More