8 edition of A Bahian counterpoint found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -263) and index.
|LC Classifications||HD1875.R33 B37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||97042643|
A Bahian Counterpoint: Sugar Tobacco Cassava and Slavery in the Reconcavo – Stanford, CA Stanford University Press Barickman Bert J. A Bahian Counterpoint: Sugar, Tobacco, Cassava, and Slavery in the Reconcavo, – Stanford, CA Stanford University Press)| falseCited by: 1.
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A Bahian Counterpoint shows that, although often dismissed as peripheral or marginal activities in the literature on Brazil, the production and marketing of foodstuffs for internal consumption played a crucial role in the development of the Recôncavo’s slave-based export by: A Bahian Counterpoint shows that, although often dismissed as peripheral or marginal activities in the literature on Brazil, the production and marketing of foodstuffs for internal consumption played a crucial role in the development of the Recôncavo's slave-based export economy.
A Bahian Counterpoint shows that, although often dismissed as peripheral or marginal activities in the literature on Brazil, the production and marketing of foodstuffs for internal consumption played a crucial role in the development of the Reconcavo's slave-based export economy.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A Bahian counterpoint by B. Barickman; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Agriculture, Cassava industry, Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Agriculture, History, Plantations, Slavery; Places: Brazil, Recôncavo Plain.
Get this from a library. A Bahian counterpoint: sugar, tobacco, cassava, and slavery in the Recôncavo, [B J Barickman] -- This book examines the social-economic history of the region known as the Reconcavo in the province (now state) of Bahia in Northeastern Brazil.
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A Bahian Counterpoint: Sugar, Tobacco, Cassava, and Slavery in the Reconcavo, Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, xx + pp. $, cloth, ISBN Reviewed by Birgitte Holten Published on H-LatAm (April, ) Tradition has made out of Brazilian history the narrative of capitalist export agriculture--to.
With an estimated million people of African descent, Brazil is home to the world's largest population of the African diaspora. Emphasizing this group's resilient heritage, Kraay explores the complex relationship between African and European cultural influences in the Brazilian state of Bahia and its capital, Salvador, as well as discussing Afro-Brazilian identity and its differences from.
Birgitte Holten reviews Bert J. Barickman's A Bahian Counterpoint: Sugar, Tobacco, Cassavaand Slavery in the Reconcavo, The history of slavery, the slave trade, abolition and emancipation [[email protected]] H-NET BOOK REVIEW Published by [email protected] (April, ).
Fernando Ortiz' classical survey of sugar and tobacco production in Cuba, A Cuban Counterpoint, is cited as an important inspiration for the book, leaving a clear imprint on the title. A further intention of the study is to create a link between the recent studies on the Brazilian internal economy and the traditional studies on the export.
Book Reviews Book Reviews Books reviewed in this article: Barickman, B. (), A Bahian Counterpoint. Sugar, Tobacco, Cassava and Slavery in the Recoóncavo, – Butler, Kim D.
(), Freedoms Given Freedoms Won. A Bahian Counterpoint of Sugar and Oil Global Commodities, Global Identities?1 1 My title is a an oblique reference to Fernando Ortiz’s classic book Cuban Counterpoint of Tobacco and Sugar () in which he refers to tobacco as the engine of a ‘soft’ form of production and sugar the around the Bahian municipality of São.
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Livio Sansone A Bahian counterpoint of sugar and oil: global commodities, global identities. 1 My title is a an oblique reference to Fernando Ortiz’s classic book Cuban Counterpoint Afro-Bahian food Author: Livio Sansone.
Bert J. Barickman, associate professor at the University of Arizona, died of dengue fever in Tucson on Novem He had taught Brazilian and Latin American history at Arizona for 27 years.
It is a sad duty for me, his dissertation director, to write an obituary for a historian who would normally have had 15 or more years of scholarship Author: Joseph L.
Love. This book presents the true and dramatic accounts of two nineteenth-century Brazilian women - one young and born a slave, the other old and from an illustrious planter family - and how each sought to retain control of their lives: the slave woman struggling to avoid an unwanted husband; the woman of privilege assuming a patriarch's role to endow a family of her former slaves with the Cited by: We have chosen a selection of works on Brazil in English that will supplement the documents contained in this volume.
They include English translations of works originally written in Portuguese. This volume is a critical inquiry into the social project and socioeconomic realities of emerging Brazil, a country that faces profound changes.
A team of acknowledged specialists on Brazil's complex configuration addresses state policies, social dynamics and economic constraints and Pages: Walter Fraga’s Crossroads of Freedom: Slaves and Freed People in Bahia, Brazil, – is an impressively constructed study of the lives of Afro-Brazilians in the Recȏncavo region of Bahia (the Recȏncavo is the area surrounding the Bay of All Saints) in the years surrounding Brazil’s abolition of slavery on (Somewhat unusual among.
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(Bert Jude), Stanford University Press Book Tower Level 2 HDR33 B37 1. Description of the book "A Concise History of Brazil": A Concise History of Brazil covers almost years of Brazilian history, from the arrival of the Portuguese in the New World to the political events that defined the transition in recent years from an authoritarian to a democratic political regime.
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Barickman, A Bahian Counterpoint. Sugar, Tobacco, Cassava, This short review touches on a just a few themes addressed in this impressive book.
For example, a chapter entitled "Production" will help non-specialists and experts alike to appreciate what it took to cultivate and prepare crops for sale in local and international markets.
Book Description This volume is a critical inquiry into the social project and socioeconomic realities of emerging Brazil, a country that faces profound changes. A team of acknowledged specialists on Brazil’s complex configuration addresses state policies, social dynamics and economic constraints and opportunities for emancipation.
A Bahian Counterpoint. Sugar, Tobacco, Cassava and Slavery in the Recóncavo, by B. Barickman (pp. ) Review by: Michiel Baud and Kees Kooning. A Bahian Counterpoint: Sugar, Tobacco, Cassava, and Slavery in the Reconcavo, Stanford: Stanford University Press, This book examines black slavery and the social-economic history of the region know as the Reconcavo in the state of Bahia in Northeastern Brazil.
Beals, Melba Pattillo. In Ramadan ofa group of enslaved African Muslim clerics in Salvador of Bahía, Brazil organized one of the best recorded slave rebellions in the Americas.
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sion of Charles Wagley. The title of that research project is “Bahian Counterpoint of Sugar and Oil” Livio Sansone.
“Contraponto Baiano do Açúcar e do Petróleo: São Francisco do Conde, Bahia 50 Anos Depois.” In Pereira and Sansone, Projeto Unesco.
The revolt took place in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. This was the first organized slave rebellion in the Americas. Gomez, Michael Angelo. Black crescent: The experience and legacy of African Muslims in the Americas.
New York: Cambridge University Press,p. 9. The only successful rebellion of enslaved Africans in the Americas would occur on the other side of the island, in Haiti.A Bahian Counterpoint: Sugar, Tobacco, Cassava and Slavery in the Reconcavo, –, Stanford: Stanford University Press, Google Scholar Beeman, Richard R., ‘Labour Forces and Race Relations: A Comparative View of the Colonization of Brazil and Virginia’, Political Science Quarterly (), pp.
–Author: Kaori O’Connor.Recommended: Bert J. Barickman, A Bahian Counterpoint: Sugar, Tobacco, Cassava, and Slavery in the Reconcavo, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, Dale Torston Graden, From Slavery to Freedom in Brazil: Bahia, (Albuquerque: New Mexico University Press, ).
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