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Ignatius Sancho and the British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-1786100%: G. J. Barker-Benfield: Ignatius Sancho and the British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-1786 (ISBN: 9783031374203) 1786, Springer Nature, in Englisch, auch als eBook.
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Ignatius Sancho and the British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-178676%: G. J. Barker-Benfield: Ignatius Sancho and the British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-1786 (ISBN: 9783031374197) 1786, Springer Nature Switzerland, in Englisch, Broschiert.
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9783031374197 - G. J. Barker-Benfield: Ignatius Sancho and the British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-1786
G. J. Barker-Benfield

Ignatius Sancho and the British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-1786 (1786)

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This book highlights the significant role played by Ignatius Sancho (c. 1729-80), the first black man to vote in England, in the British abolitionist movement. Examining the letters of Sancho, and especially his correspondence with the influential novelist and preacher, Laurence Sterne, the author analyses the relationship between sensibility and antislavery in eighteenth-century Britain. The book demonstrates how Sancho navigated the bawdy, riotous conditions of commercial London, which was the headquarters of a growing and war-torn Empire. It shows how Sancho mastered the fashionable and gendered language of the culture of sensibility, navigating the contemporary issues of race, slavery, and politics. The book also touches on the White metropolitan and colonial preoccupation with Black men’s sexuality, which was intensified by the Somerset decision of 1772. Sancho’s was a unique and influential voice in eighteenth-century Britain, making this book an insightful read for scholars of anti-slavery as well as gender, race and imperialism in British history. Hard cover.
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9783031374203 - G. J. Barker-Benfield: Ignatius Sancho and the British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-1786
G. J. Barker-Benfield

Ignatius Sancho and the British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-1786 (1786)

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This book highlights the significant role played by Ignatius Sancho (c. 1729-80), the first black man to vote in England, in the British abolitionist movement. Examining the letters of Sancho, and especially his correspondence with the influential novelist and preacher, Laurence Sterne, the author analyses the relationship between sensibility and antislavery in eighteenth-century Britain. The book demonstrates how Sancho navigated the bawdy, riotous conditions of commercial London, which was the headquarters of a growing and war-torn Empire. It shows how Sancho mastered the fashionable and gendered language of the culture of sensibility, navigating the contemporary issues of race, slavery, and politics. The book also touches on the White metropolitan and colonial preoccupation with Black men’s sexuality, which was intensified by the Somerset decision of 1772. Sancho’s was a unique and influential voice in eighteenth-century Britain, making this book an insightful read for scholars of anti-slavery as well as gender, race and imperialism in British history. eBook.
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Ignatius Sancho And The British Abolitionist Movement, 1729-1786 - G. J. Barker-Benfield, Gebunden (1786)

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This book highlights the significant role played by Ignatius Sancho (c. 1729-80), the first black man to vote in England, in the British abolitionist movement. Examining the letters of Sancho, and especially his correspondence with the influential novelist and preacher, Laurence Sterne, the author analyses the relationship between sensibility and antislavery in eighteenth-century Britain. The book demonstrates how Sancho navigated the bawdy, riotous conditions of commercial London, which was the headquarters of a growing and war-torn Empire. It shows how Sancho mastered the fashionable and gendered language of the culture of sensibility, navigating the contemporary issues of race, slavery, and politics. The book also touches on the White metropolitan and colonial preoccupation with Black men's sexuality, which was intensified by the Somerset decision of 1772. Sancho's was a unique and influential voice in eighteenth-century Britain, making this book an insightful read for scholars of anti-slavery as well as gender, race and imperialism in British history. "Buch > Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst und Musik > Geschichte > Allgemeines und Lexika".
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