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“Better Than We” (Hardback)

Landscapes and materialities of race, class, and gender in pre-emancipation Saba, Dutch Caribbean

Imprint: Sidestone Press
Series: Taboui
Pages: 402
Illustrations: 122fc / 32bw
ISBN: 9789464270792
Published: 1st May 2024
Casemate UK Academic

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This study aims to understand the materiality of Saba’s ideological landscape during its pre-emancipation colonial period. This is accomplished by understanding the dialectics, or inseparable relationships, between Saba’s geography, locally-situated ideologies of class, race, and gender in Saba’s social environment, and the processes behind these ideological relations that contributed to the material things that are found across Saba’s social landscape.

This provides insights into archaeologies of poverty, approaches towards differentiating between low class and slavery in the archaeological record, and the importance of powered perspectives in defining and situating poverty on local and regional scales.

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