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by Walter Hawthorne

  • ISBN: 0325070504
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Walter Hawthorne
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heinemann (October 23, 2003)
  • Pages: 280
  • ePub book: 1541 kb
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Hawthorne reevaluates long-held notions about the Atlantic slave trade's impact on a number of stateless - or decentralized - societies in Africa's Guinea-Bissau . has been added to your Cart.

Hawthorne reevaluates long-held notions about the Atlantic slave trade's impact on a number of stateless - or decentralized - societies in Africa's Guinea-Bissau region. He shows that decentralized societies were by no means passive victims of the slave trade.

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and then turns to the Balanta communities in the last portion of the book

In Planting Rice and Harvesting Slaves, Walter Hawthorne examines the social and economic effects of the Atlantic trade system on the coastal communities of Guinea-Bissau, with special attention to the Balanta ethnic group. He begins with a macro analysis of the region and then turns to the Balanta communities in the last portion of the book. Hawthorne is particularly concerned with the role of "decentralized" or "stateless" societies in the Atlantic slave trade.

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The Journal of African History English Français. The Journal of African History. Portsmouth NH: Heinemann, 2003.

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View Homework Help - Planting Rice and Harvesting Slaves Response from HIST 4493 at The University of Oklahoma. KevinDunham HIST4493 DrSaho 2October2013 stingSlavesResponse Thisboo. However, in this book Hawthorne argues that the people of these societies forcefully defended themselves from the slave raiders. Not only did they defend themselves, but Hawthorne also argues that members of these societies became active participants in the trade, collecting captives and producing weapons. Hawthorne also asserts that these communities under went social transformations because of the impact of the slave trade on the people.

Hawthorne reevaluates long-held notions about the Atlantic slave trade's impact on a number of "stateless" - or decentralized - societies in Africa's Guinea-Bissau region.

The history of slavery spans many cultures, nationalities, and religions from ancient times to the present day. However the social, economic, and legal positions of slaves have differed vastly in different systems of slavery in different times and p. However the social, economic, and legal positions of slaves have differed vastly in different systems of slavery in different times and places. Slavery occurs relatively rarely among hunter-gatherer populations because it develops under conditions of social stratification.

The history of West Africa has been commonly divided into its prehistory, the Iron Age in Africa, the major polities flourishing, the colonial period, and finally the post-independence era, in which the current nations were formed

The history of West Africa has been commonly divided into its prehistory, the Iron Age in Africa, the major polities flourishing, the colonial period, and finally the post-independence era, in which the current nations were formed.

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Hawthorne reevaluates long-held notions about the Atlantic slave trade's impact on a number of "stateless" - or decentralized - societies in Africa's Guinea-Bissau region. He shows that decentralized societies were by no means passive victims of the slave trade, as commonly depicted in the literature, but vigorously defended themselves from the incursions of the raiders.