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differences (2019) 30 (2): 1–29.
Published: 01 September 2019
...Nicole Gervasio This essay coins the concept of redactive reading to describe a method for interpreting women’s absences in racialized and gendered histories of collective trauma through M. NourbeSe Philip’s 2008 poem, Zong! In 1781, the Zong crew murdered as many as 150 African captives following...
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Published: 01 September 2019
Figure 1 M. NourbeSe Philip, excerpt of “Sal” from Zong! (2008) Published by Wesleyan University Press and reprinted by permission More
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Figure 2 M. NourbeSe Philip, excerpt of “Ventus” from Zong! (2008) Published by Wesleyan University Press and reprinted by permission More
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Figure 3 M. NourbeSe Philip, excerpt of “Ratio” from Zong! (2008) Published by Wesleyan University Press and reprinted by permission More
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Figure 4 M. NourbeSe Philip, excerpt of “Ratio” from Zong! (2008) Published by Wesleyan University Press and reprinted by permission More
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Figure 5 M. NourbeSe Philip, excerpt of “Ferrum” from Zong! (2008) Published by Wesleyan University Press and reprinted by permission More
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Figure 6 M. NourbeSe Philip, excerpt of “Ẹbọra” from Zong! (2008) Published by Wesleyan University Press and reprinted by permission More
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differences (2020) 31 (3): 156–168.
Published: 01 December 2020
... of the most striking historical instances of how securing the debt worked in a system that the black radical abolitionist Ottobah Cugoano called the “commerce in flesh” 5 is the story of the Zong . In the summer of 1781 a group of Liverpool merchants dispatched a ship to the West Coast of Africa...
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differences (2023) 34 (1): 252–258.
Published: 01 May 2023
... as “dependent origination,” “co-dependent origination,” or even “co-immanence”) in Nāgārjuna’s Mūlamadyamakakārikā (Root Verses on the Middle Way), a text said to date from the second century ce ; Buddhist scholars will then point to the Chinese Huayan zong [literally, “Flower Garland School...