Augustine Spanish Floridais the first known and recorded Christian marriage anywhere in what is now the continental United States. The settlers and the slaves who had not escaped returned to Haitiwhence they had come. The status of indentured servants in early Virginia and Maryland was similar to slavery. Servants could be bought, sold, or leased and they could be physically beaten for disobedience or running away.
The origins can be dated from in the United States and in Great Britain, when the first doctorates were awarded to people trained in new canons of understanding and explanation and in the practice of extended fieldwork. Before the arrival of the professionals there were some exceptional individuals with sufficient curiosity to devote the effort and time to produce serious books about the ways of life of particular African peoples—works worth noting.
The greatest increment to academic knowledge of African societies and cultures occurred when PhD students trained in the British social anthropology of Bronislaw Malinowski and A.
Radcliffe-Brown began their fieldwork at the end of the s. After four decades carrying out research primarily in the United States, American anthropologists also began to do ethnographic research in Africa after World War II, many of them supported by the Ford Foundation. This bibliography concentrates primarily on contributions from the British and American traditions that produced the largest, most coherent, and most readily available body of information and ideas about African cultures and societies.
Although the focus is largely on the literature from the turn of the 20th century through the s, the heyday of social and cultural anthropology in Africa, it includes works done from the critical perspectives of more recent decades as well.
General Overviews The literature is vast but the following works offer a variety of perspectives on important aspects of the history and practice of British, and, to a lesser degree, American anthropology in Africa.
While Gulliver offers a summary of the work of anthropologists working in Africa up to the s—still early times—the review articles Hart and Werbner are specific to particular regions and cover another twenty years of research.
While Kuper deals with British anthropology as a whole, African experience dominates the work, as it does Goody Moore has the widest perspective of all, while Schumakerlike Werbner, focuses on the important Rhodes-Livingstone Institute and Hammond-Tooke offers a more intimate and detailed view of the anthropologists who worked in South Africa.
Anthropology in Britain and Africa — Cambridge University Press, It is a rich intellectual history and offers important correctives to certain fashionable thoughts about the field, especially its relation to colonialism.
A Survey of Social Research. Edited by Robert A. Gulliver produced an extensive view of the situation of anthropology in Africa as of the early s—as African countries were becoming independent. Dated but very useful as a picture of anthropology at that time. Witwatersrand University Press, A knowledgeable, detailed, and critical study of anthropologists in South Africa, one of the most troubled nations in the world, where anthropology existed in particularly difficult and complex circumstances.
Hart gives a useful overview of social anthropological research and publication in West Africa from the early days of professional anthropology until the s. The British School, — Second revised and expanded edition, London and New York: Changing Perspectives on a Changing Scene.
University of Virginia Press, A balanced and fair-minded book discussing many works and considering various arguments in a compact volume, it is the best single source for an overview of anthropology in Africa until the early s. She deals with the question of anthropology and colonialism with dispatch.
History, Critique and Practice. Duke University Press, It is an ethnography of ethnography. Working in both rural and urban areas, with farmers and miners, they developed distinctive perspectives stressing social process, conflict, and conflict resolution, presented through actual cases, detailed accounts of events and the people involved.In this fourth edition of African Americans in the Colonial Era: From African Origins through the American Revolution, acclaimed scholar Donald R.
Wright offers new interpretations to provide a clear understanding of the Atlantic slave trade and the nature of the early African-American experience.
This revised edition incorporates the latest /5(6). The colonial history of the United States covers the history of European colonization of the Americas from the start of colonization in the early 16th century until their incorporation into the United States of America.
In the late 16th century, England, France, Spain, and the Netherlands launched major colonization programs in eastern North America. Colonial African Americans The Colonial Williamsburg Official History Site.
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Introduction to Colonial African American Life The Colonial Williamsburg Official History Site. Free African Americans in the Colonial Era lausannecongress2018.com Introduction to Colonial African American Life Slavery existed in every colony. At the dawn of the American Revolution, 20 percent of the population in the thirteen colonies was of African descent.
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