SEX, POWER, AND SLAVERY

: Campbell (G.) & Elbourne (E.) eds.

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646pp., paperback, Athens, 2014

 

A collection of essays that explore the intersections of the histories of slavery and sexuality.

Contributions include:
"Hidden Geographies of the Cape, shifting representations of slavery and sexuality in South African art and fiction" by Gabeba Baderoon
"Lure of the Impure, sexuality, gender, and agency of 'slave' girls in contemporary Madagascar" by Sandra Evers

Gwyn Campbell is Canada Research Chair in Indian Ocean World History at McGill University.
Elizabeth Elbourne is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of History and Classical Studies at McGill University.