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Vol. XXXIV

 

XXXIV, 1/2, 2011

 

Rethinking the Plantation: Histories, Anthropologies, and Archaeologies

 

Dale Tomich, Flávio dos Santos Gomes, and Olivia Gomes da Cunha, Special Editors

 

 

Editors - Presentation

Sidney W. Mintz - Plantations and the Rise of a World Food Economy: Some Preliminary Ideas

Dale Tomich - Rethinking the Plantation: Concepts and Histories

Rômulo Andrade - African and Creole Slaves: From the Diversified Agriculture of Southern Rio de Janeiro to the Coffee Cultivation of Minas Gerais, 1802–1885

 

Olivia Gomes da Cunha - Somewhere Close to Nashville: Plantation Cartographies

Christine Rufino Dabat - Sugar Cane “Plantations” in Pernambuco: From “Natural Vocation” to Ethanol Production

 

Luis Nicolau Parés - Creolization and Creole Population in Plantations of the Bahian Recôncavo

 

Maria Helena P. T. Machado - Slavery and Social Movements in Nineteenth-Century Brazil: Slave Strategies and Abolition in São Paulo

 

Tania Andrade Lima - Keeping a Tight Lid: The Architecture and Landscape Design of Coffee Plantations in Nineteenth-Century Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 

Maria Dulce Gaspar - Material Culture, Daily Life, and Archaeological Possibilities in the Plantation Borders of the Guanabara Bay Region

 

 

XXXIV, 3, 2011

 

The Resiliency of the Nation-State in Scholarship and in Fact

 

Denis O’Hearn and Thomas M. Wilson, Special Editors

 

 

Denis O’Hearn & Thomas M. Wilson - Introduction: "Globalization" and the Nation-State in the Modern World-System

 

Richard Lachmann - Nationalism in a Post-Hegemonic Era

 

Nitsan Chorev, Tatiana Andia Rey & David Ciplet - The State of States in International Organizations: From the WHO to the Global Fund

 

David Nugent - On the Study of Social Optics: Foucault, Counter-Surveillance, and the Political Underground in Northern Peru

 

 

XXXIV, 4, 2011

 

Giralda Seyferth - The Slave Plantation and Foreign Colonization in Imperial Brazil

 

 

Perspectives on Sidney Mintz

 

Olivia Gomes da Cunha - Multiple Effects: On Themes, Relations, and Caribbean Compositions

 

Sidney W. Mintz - Caribbean History, Caribbean Labor

 

 

Reflections and Comments

 

Michael Zeuske - Sidney Mintz: Work, Creolization, Atlanticization

 

José A. Piqueras - The Red Thread

 

Jane Collins - Narratives of Skill and Meaning within “Menial” Work

 

Christine Rufino Dabat - Work, between Pride and Exploitation

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