Beyond slavery explorations of race labor and citizenship in postemancipation societies frederick cooper thomas cleveland holt rebecca j scott on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in this collaborative work three leading historians explore one of the most significant areas of inquiry in modern historiography the transition from slavery to freedom and what this . Beyond slavery explorations of race labor and citizenship in postemancipation societies by frederick cooper thomas c holt and rebecca j scott chapel hill university of north carolina press 2000 198pp 3495 cloth 1595 paper comparative studies of slave societies are much more common than comparative studies of the societies that evolved in the aftermath of slavery. 1940s as an exploration of comparative questions of race labor and citizenship it is an invaluable volume not only for students of post slavery societies but also for anyone with an interest in colonial and post colonial history labor history and the history of citizenship and racial exclusion. Beyond slavery addresses the intersection of social economic and political issues concerning the concepts of race and citizenship and how these are affected by the demand for and organization of labor after slavery the three scholars who each contributed a chapter and collaborated on the introduction and conclusion are experts in slavery . An inability or unwillingness to broach the topic of race allowed coercion to continue long after slavery had ended and prevented liberal utopias from emerging as promised scotts essay examining the ways na this book examines citizenship race and labor in three societies on both sides of the atlantic
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