Objects & Places from The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness

Paul Gilroy
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England

This is the country the author is from.

The United States

This is the country that is usually seen as the center of black culture.

The Black Atlantic

This is a group of African descendants who were united by their transport to the Americas as slaves.

The Ship Motif

This image is used by Gilroy to represent the dynamic and microcosmic cultures of the peoples of the black diaspora.

Slavery

This is the practice of involuntary servitude.

Black Music

This art form is used to express emotions that are either too emotionally or linguistically difficult to express.

Rootedness

This concept forms an obsession for black culture in the author's view.

Concepts of Race

This concept is tending toward a more fluid and dynamic definition according to the author.

The Souls of Black Folk

This is a book that defines the idea of double consciousness.

Dark Princess

This...

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