Cultures of the lusophone Black Atlantic

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Blacks -- Portuguese-speaking countries -- History,
  • Cultural fusion,
  • Portuguese-speaking countries -- Civilization -- African influences

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

Statementedited by Nancy Priscilla Naro, Roger Sansi-Roca, and David H. Treece.
SeriesStudies of the Americas
ContributionsNaro, Nancy Priscilla., Sansi-Roca, Roger., Treece, Dave.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT594 .C85 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 256 p. :
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19284627M
ISBN 100230600476
ISBN 109780230600478
LC Control Number2007006826

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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.

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by Naro, N., Sansi-Roca, R., Treece, D. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. The Black Atlantic AuthorPaul Gilroy SubjectSociology, social science, African American studies Published Cultures of the lusophone Black Atlantic book ISBN The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness is a history book about a distinct black Atlantic culture that incorporated elements from African, American, British, and Caribbean cultures.

It was written by Paul Gilroy and was. New Book Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic. Edited by Nancy Priscilla Naro, Roger Sansi Roca, and David H. Treece pages, ISBN Palgrave Macmillan. Oct. Description from the publisher: This book addresses the Lusophone Black Atlantic as a space of historical and cultural production between Portugal, Brazil, and Africa.

In a final tour de force, Gilroy exposes the shared contours of black and Jewish concepts of diaspora in order both to establish a theoretical basis for healing rifts between blacks and Jews in contemporary culture and to further define the central theme of his book: that blacks have shaped a nationalism, if not a nation, within the shared.

This book addresses the Lusophone Black Atlantic as a space of historical and cultural production between Portugal, Brazil, and Africa. The authors demonstrate how it has been shaped by diverse colonial cultures including the Portuguese imperial : Roger Sansi-Roca.

This book addresses the Lusophone Black Atlantic as a space of historical and cultural production between Portugal, Brazil, and Africa. The authors demonstrate how it has been shaped by diverse colonial cultures including the Portuguese imperial project.

Cultures of the lusophone BlackAtlantic / edited by Nancy Priscilla Naro, RogerSansi-Rocaand David p. Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN (alk. paper) uese-speaking countries-Civilization-African influences. Blacks-Portuguese-speaking countries-History. Hybridity (Social. The project "Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic" is an investigation of the cultural expressions of, and responses to, the history of the black diaspora within the Lusophone Atlantic triangle; that is, the transnational movements of people and traditions, the dialogues and exchanges that have occurred between the societies of Portugal, Africa and Brazil from the beginning of the slave trade until the.

Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic. The Centre for the Study of Brazilian Culture and Society, King's College London, has been awarded with a substantial grant by the Arts and Humanities Research Board for a 3-year, international collaborative research project - Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic.

The project is an investigation of the cultural expressions of, and responses to, the. The Black Atlantic by Paul Gilroy Summary - Practices of Looking.

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Paul Gilroy. Academic year. / In book: Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic (pp) Authors: Luiz Mott. Eduardo Lourenço in his book, A Nau de Ícaro seguido de Imagem e. Gilroy points out that many see the black cultures of each of these areas as defined entirely by their national experiences, like that of Africa-Americans, but he argues throughout the book that at least since the midth century that black intellectuals have thought transnationally, looking elsewhere in the black Atlantic for ideas and.

The book elaborates a richly provocative critique of cultural nationalism, against which Gilroy posits black diasporic cultural and intellectual production. Gilroy’s ‘black Atlantic’ delineates a distinctively modern, cultural-political space that is not specifically African, American, Caribbean, or British, but is, rather, a hybrid mix Missing: lusophone.

Mott L. () Historical Roots of Homosexuality in the Lusophone Atlantic. In: Naro N.P., Sansi-Roca R., Treece D.H. (eds) Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic.

Studies of the Americas. black Atlantic cultural politics as weD as for its history. It is essential to emphasise that there is nothing definitive here. Black Atlantic culture is so massive and its history so little known that I have done scarcely more than put down some preliminary markers for more de­ tailed future investigations.

In The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double-Consciousness, critical theorist Paul Gilroy writes a history of African diasporic culture that he calls a “Black Atlantic” identity, incorporating elements of British, American, African, and Caribbean uses W.

Du Bois's idea of double-consciousness, which states that Black people are forced to understand themselves through. Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic. Authors. Nancy Priscilla Naro Roger Sansi Roca, Goldsmiths University of London Follow David H.

Treece. Recommended Citation. Naro, Nancy Priscilla; Roca, Roger Sansi; and Treece, David H. () "Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic," African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter: Vol.

Iss. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). While the overall concept of "the black Atlantic" was quite innovative and helpful to approaching issues of transnational culture, this book was difficult to get through due to dense language and its rich diversity of cultural resources: popular music, black intellectuals' biographies, literature, etc.4/5(43).

'This superb book locates African American religions in the context of the development of colonial empire in the Atlantic world. By placing religion in the conflicted network of geopolitics, economic exploitation, and ideological struggles over domination, race, and freedom, Johnson develops a fresh and sophisticated narrative of the history of.

InBritish scholar Paul Gilroy published his brilliant and deeply influential book The Black Atlantic, which taught a generation to study issues of race and identity not within any one nation or even continent but rather to comprehend the vast and mobile cultures spanning that ocean.

He showed how “blacks have shaped a nationalism, if not a nation, within the shared culture of the black Atlantic.”. Table of contents for Cultures of the lusophone Black Atlantic / edited by Nancy Priscilla Naro, Roger Sansi Roca and David Treece.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog Information from electronic data provided by the publisher.

May be incomplete or contain other coding. “The Black Atlantic uses the transnational concept of the diaspora to explore the migrations, discontinuities, fractal patterns of exchange and hybrid glory that join the black cultures of America, Britain, and the Caribbean to one another and to Africa.

Gilroy isn’t the first to chart the Black Atlantic, but he is the first to situate it Reviews: Postcolonial Perspectives on the Cultures of Latin America and Lusophone Africa Robin Fiddian Abstract.

This collection of critical essays investigates an emergent and increasingly important field of cultural production in Latin America: cyberliterature and cyberculture in their varying manifestations, including blogs and hypertext narratives.

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From to he directed a collaborative AHRC-funded project which produced the volume “Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic” (Palgrave/Macmillan, ), co-edited by Nancy Naro, Roger Sansi-Roca, and David Treece. Branche’s books to date include Colonialism and Race in Luso-Hispanic Literature (Missouri ), and The Poetics and Politics of Diaspora: Transatlantic Musings (Routledge ).

Branche also edited, most recently Post/Colonialism and the Pursuit of Freedom in the Black Atlantic (Routledge ), and Black Writing, Culture and the State in.

Berghahn Books, Cultures of the Lusophone black Atlantic. N Naro, R Sansi-Roca, D Treece. Springer, * Sorcery in the Black Atlantic. R Sansi, LN Parés. University of Chicago Press, * The hidden life of stones: historicity, materiality and the value of candomblé objects in Bahia.

To return to the earlier example of Pentecostalism, the exchange between Brazilian and African Pentecostals is heavily influenced by and also shapes 'the cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic.

Connections with Angolan popular music and the popular music and dance cultures of African American and queer of color communities serve to locate Brazil within contemporary transits of the Lusophone World and Black Atlantic that underscore their historic ties and affective resonances.

Based on a broad array of written and visual materials, including historiography, letters, memoirs, plays, poetry, fiction, cartographic imagery, paintings, photographs, and films, The Portuguese-Speaking Diaspora is the first detailed analysis of the different and sometimes conflicting cultural productions of the imperial diaspora in its.

defining characteristics of Black Atlantic expressive culture. Gilroy [s concept of a ZBlack Atlantic [ has important implications for the study of art.9 Importantly, his book prefigured many of the debates around the transnational, the intercultural and globalisation that have taken place since it was g: lusophone.

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