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Title The Yoruba diaspora in the Atlantic world [e-book] edited by Toyin Falola and Matt D. Childs.
Publication Info. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c2004. (Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2012)
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 455 p. :) ill. ;
Series UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 405-445) and index.
Contents The Yoruba diaspora in the Atlantic world : methodology and research / Matt D. Childs and Toyin Falola -- The diaspora of Yoruba speakers, 1650-1865 : dimensions and implications / David Eltis -- The Yoruba factor in the trans-Atlantic slave trade / Paul E. Lovejoy -- The enslavement of Yoruba / Ann O'Hear -- Nago⁺є and Mina : the Yoruba diaspora in Brazil / Joa⁺ёo Jose Reis and Beatriz Gallotti Mamigonian -- The Yoruba in Cuba : origins, identities, and transformations / Michele Reid -- Africans in a colony of creoles : the Yoruba in colonial Costa Rica / Russell Lohse -- Yoruba in the British Caribbean : a comparative perspective on Trinidad and the Bahamas / Rosalyn Howard -- The influential Yoruba past in Haiti / Kevin Roberts -- The "nago⁺єization" process in Bahian candomble / Luis Nicolau Pares -- Santeri⁺ѓa in Cuba : tradition and transformation / Christine Ayorinde -- From Gbe to Yoruba : ethnic change and the Mina nation in Rio de Janeiro / Mariza C. Soares -- Yoruba family, gender, and kinship roles in new world slavery / Kevin Roberts -- Revolution and religion : Yoruba sacred music in socialist Cuba / Robin Moore -- Reclaiming the past : Yoruba elements in African American arts / Babatunde Lawal -- "Yorubaisms" in African American "speech" patterns / Augustine H. Agwuele -- Yoruba liberated slaves who returned to West Africa / Robin Law -- The Yoruba diaspora in Sierra Leone's Krio society / C. Magbaily Fyle -- Liberated slaves and Islam in nineteenth-century West Africa / Gibril R. Cole.
Note Description based on print version record.
Access Remote access limited to New York Society Library members with a username and password.
Subject African diaspora.
Return migration -- Africa, West.
Slavery -- America -- History.
Yoruba (African people) -- America -- History.
Genre or Form Electronic books.
Added Author Childs, Matt D., 1970-
Falola, Toyin.
Project Muse.
ISBN 0253344581 (cloth : alk. paper)
0253217164 (pbk. : alk. paper)