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The African diaspora is widely recognized as one of the world's major diasporas. Most of the existing studies of it have focused almost exclusively on the Atlantic world, ignoring the other key dimensions of this huge phenomenon. Here, Edward Alpers presents a truly global treatment of this subject where the Atlantic diaspora, including the US and UK, continues to be central, but in which serious attention is also paid to its Mediterranean and Indian Ocean implications.
In this book Alpers explores:
Beginning with a general history of the African diaspora before, during and after the slave trade, this enlightening book, ideal for students of African studies, race and ethnicity studies and history, looks at the lives of diasporic communities from slavery to emancipation and in the colonial and postcolonial worlds.
Series: Global Diasporas
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 296
Available: 31st December 2019
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.6 x 21.9
Edition Number: 1