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Slavery in art and literature

Birgit Haehnel

Slavery in art and literature

approaches to trauma, memory, and visuality

by Birgit Haehnel

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Published by Frank & Timme in Berlin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBirgit Haehnel, Melanie Ulz, eds
SeriesKulturwissenschaften -- Bd. 6, Kulturwissenschaften (Berlin, Germany) -- Bd. 6.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsN8243.S576 S53 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination351 p. :
Number of Pages351
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24467295M
ISBN 109783865962430
LC Control Number2009674228
OCLC/WorldCa606956964

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The Slavery Era. Some of the most famous examples of African-American folk art are the quilts depicting scenes from the Bible and historic events made by Harriet Powers, born into slavery in Georgia in and freed after the Civil War; they have been preserved in the Smithsonian and Boston’s Museum of Fine Art.

Abolitionist literature, art, and poetry depicted the life of the slave and became a political tool which the moral suasionists used effectively to sway sentiment toward their position. Nationally, men like John Greenleaf Whittier, who became the poet of the abolitionist movement, and Ezekiel Bigelow, a satirist, used their literary skill to bring the slavery issue to national attention.

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Velma Maia Thomas' interactive book with photographs and recreated documents from the Black Holocaust Exhibit is excellent for upper elementary students or adults. Introduction: Slavery, Trauma and Visual Representation --Sklaverei, Trauma und Bildlichkeit --Slavery in Art and Literature --Sklaverei in Kunst und Literatur.

-- II. Trauma, Memory and Visuality: Trauma, Narrative and the Art of Witnessing -- On and Beyond the Colour Line: Afterimages of Old and New Slavery in Contemporary Art since   Slavery in America ended with the Civil War, but the long struggle to end slavery actually consumed much of the first half of the 19th century.

Here is a selection of articles related to slavery and the long battle to end it. Slavery in America started inwhen the privateer The White Lion brought 20 African slaves ashore in the British colony of Jamestown, crew had seized the Africans from the. African-American literature is the body of literature produced in the United States by writers of African descent.

It begins with the works of such late 18th-century writers as Phillis the high point of slave narratives, African-American literature was dominated by autobiographical spiritual narratives. In the case of a few artists in the decades prior to the Civil War, they lifted their pens and paintbrushes.

They sketched black slaves being bonded, branded, whipped and auctioned. Rhonda Goodman, a Stanford doctoral student in art and art history and a. Shaleyn was born into a slave slave factory was where girls were kept to become a servant,nanny,pleasure slave, girls were taught from 5 years old to 12 years they turn 13 they were auctioned off to men and young boys starting from men and young boys could ke.

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Within that specialization, the depth and breadth of material available makes it possible to further specialize in a sub-section of Civil War literature. "Literature, and the writings of fugitive slaves and ex-slaves become an important part of the rising sectional battle over slavery and its place in American life.The Literature of Slavery and Freedom 1.

The literature of Slavery and Freedom lasted from 2. The first African American Writers in the United States appealed to the traditional Christian gospel of the universal brotherhood of humanity as a way of initiating a discussion with whites that did not directly confront their prejudices and anxieties.By mostly literature-based, I mean: we chose really good books and learned about the life of slaves and struggles of the Civil War through the living literature (listed below.) Between books, field trips and hands-on projects, I don’t think there’s a much better way to learn history!

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