Joanne Braxton and Maria Diedrich, eds.

This book, co-edited by Joanne Braxton and Maria Diedrich, explores the concept of memory in African disasporic life, particularly as it pertains to the Middle Passage and the attempts made by scholars to reclaim what was lost during that period. Many of the essays in the book were delivered at the Monuments of the Black Atlantic Conference held at the College of William and Mary in May 2000.

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