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www.common-place.org · VOL. 01 · NO. 04 · July 2001
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Special Issue

Talk of the Past
Jane Kamensky
Words and Chains
Can speech heal history's harms?

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Virginia Luxuries
Representing Slavery: A roundtable discussion
  A.J. Verdelle The Truth of the Picnic
  Karen Sutton Confronting Slavery Face-to-face
  David Blight The Birth of a Genre
  Alex Bontemps Seeing Slavery
  Shane White, Graham White Hearing Slavery

Cheryl Finley
The Door of (No) Return
Identity politics and cultural heritage tourism in Ghana

Aaron Garrett
Of Racism and Remembrance
Jefferson's legacy

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Reviews
Kathleen Brown
Americans on the James
Re-reading American Slavery, American Freedom by Edmund S. Morgan

Walter Johnson
A Nettlesome Classic Turns Twenty-Five
Re-reading Roll, Jordan, Roll by Eugene D. Genovese

Judith Jackson Fossett
Slaves You Have Never Seen
Review of Slaves on Screen by Natalie Zemon Davis

Sally Hadden
Searching for Identities in the New Orleans Slave Market
Review of Soul by Soul by Walter Johnson

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crierPublick Occurences
Jeffrey L. Pasley
E-Abolitionists
Can the slaves be freed with a click of the mouse?

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pastimesPastimess
Catherine Corman
Sans Souci
Escaping without escaping history

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Ask the author
Richard S. Dunn
From Minnesota to Barbados, Jamaica, Virginia, and Alabama
One historian's journey into American slavery

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Tales from the Vault
Alden T. Vaughan and Virginia Mason Vaughan
In Search of Slavery's English Roots
The Folger Library's less heralded holdings

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The Common School
Gloria Sesso
The Lion's Den
Teaching about slavery

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bottle Object Lessons
Martha Zierden
The Journey of Miles Brewton's Bottle
Whose trash is it?


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