eighteenth-century chesapeake

University of mississippiUniversity of mississippi
Course description: This graduate reading course will provide students with an intensive introduction to the history and historiography of slavery in colonial America and the United States with an eye toward placing the institution in a broader Atlantic context
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Hist 592 Corey Capers Summer 2010 University Hall 1009, uic mon and th, 1 – 4: 15 (c) 773-576-5956Hist 592 Corey Capers Summer 2010 University Hall 1009, uic mon and th, 1 – 4: 15 (c) 773-576-5956
While we will certainly address pedagogical issues, our main focus will be the questions historians ask and the answers they come up with. To that end, we will discuss one book in common during each class meeting
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The Ideology of English Colonization: From Ireland to AmericaThe Ideology of English Colonization: From Ireland to America
Jack P. Greene, Pursuits of Happiness: The Social Development of Early Modern British Colonies and the Formation of American Culture (1988)
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Women, gender, families, and households in the southern coloniesWomen, gender, families, and households in the southern colonies
Edmund S. Morgan's brief Virginians at Home were isolated early attempts to address this deficiency. Largely descriptive, both books offered useful and often compelling portraits of women and domestic life, particularly among the gentry
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Reading ListReading List
Frank Shuffelton. "Circumstantial Accounts, Dangerous Art: Recognizing African-American Culture in Travelers' Narratives."
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Dylan C. PenningrothDylan C. Penningroth
National Science Foundation Award (#0921883), “Local Courts and African American Life”
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Working Document] Not in the Calvin LibraryWorking Document] Not in the Calvin Library
Please send suggestions for additional materials to: I. Konyndyk,, Director of cce [French Department]
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Recommended Reading List for M. A. and Ph. D. Candidates in American History (updated fall 2014) Early AmericaRecommended Reading List for M. A. and Ph. D. Candidates in American History (updated fall 2014) Early America
Recommended Reading List for M. A. and Ph. D. Candidates in American History
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