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Slave life in Rio de Janeiro, 1808-1850

by Mary C. Karasch

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rio de Janeiro (Brazil),
  • Brazil,
  • Rio de Janeiro
    • Subjects:
    • Slavery -- Brazil -- Rio de Janeiro -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Slaves -- Brazil -- Rio de Janeiro -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMary C. Karasch.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT1129.R53 K37 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 422 p. :
      Number of Pages422
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2551218M
      ISBN 100691077088
      LC Control Number85043290

      Conceiving freedom: women of color, gender, and the abolition of slavery in Havana and Rio de Janeiro / "In Conceiving Freedom, Camillia Cowling shows how gender shaped urban routes to freedom for the enslaved during the process of gradual emancipation in Cuba and Brazil, which occurred only after the rest of Latin America had abolished slavery and even after the American Civil War. Books under subject heading Slavery -- Brazil. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising.

      Abstract: Prof. Karasch is the author of Slave Life in Rio de Janeiro, (Princeton University Press, ), which combines exhaustive archival research with ethnohistorical perspectives and which remains the single most important work on urban slavery in the Americas. She has also helped pioneer the field of historical research on the. Slavery and Identity narrates a peculiar sort of history of the "peculiar institution." Not about slavery per se, it looks at urban slavery in an Atlantic port city from the vantage point of enslaved Africans and their descendants, examining their self-perceptions and self-identities in a variety of situations. The book offers a new window on slave life in 19th-century Salvador, Brazil, and.

      Mary C. Karasch, Slave Life in Rio de Janeiro, - (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ). Francisco Vidal Luna and Herbert S. Klein, Slavery and the Economy of São Paulo, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ). Recommended: Stanley Stein, Vassouras, a . ambiguous life situations of slaves in urban Brazil, see Mary Karasch, Slave Life in Rio de Janeiro, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ); Joao Jose Reis, Rebelido escrava no Brasil (Sao Paulo: Brasiliense, ); and Sandra Lauderdale Graham, House and.


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Rio de Janeiro in the first half of the nineteenth century had the largest population of urban slaves in the Americas—primary contributors to the atmosphere and vitality of the city. Although most urban historians have ignored these inhabitants of Rio, Mary Karasch’s generously illustrated study provides a comprehensive description and analysis of the city’s rich Afro-Cariocan culture, including its folklore.

Karasch uses a variety of sources but relies mostly on foreign travelers who visited the city. Some of these travelers formed insightful opinions, but these (mostly) men could better reflect their worldview than the society they were observing.

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Karasch.Source: Diario do Rio de Janeiro, Decem ] SALES For sale a creole slave, a skilfull shoemaker, with a very good figure, about twenty years of age, with no vices or bad habits. His final price is $ rein. Anyone interested in him should go to Travessa do Paco No. 11, upstairs, where he will find someone to speak to about the matter.Those armed with wax fruits pelted their friends and enemies with perfumed or dirty water (Mary C.

Karasch, Slave Life in Rio de Janeiro, [Princeton, ], p Thanks to James Sweet for his assistance). The engravings in Debret's book were taken from drawings he made during his residence in Brazil from to