Vincent brown is the charles warren professor of american history and professor of african and african american studies at harvard university and the author of the reapers garden harvard which won the james a rawley prize the louis gottschalk prize and the merle curti award he has received guggenheim and mellon new directions fellowships. Abstract what did people make of death in the world of atlantic slavery in the reapers garden vincent brown asks this question about jamaica the staggeringly profitable hub of the british empire in america and a human catastrophepopularly known as the grave of the europeans it was just as deadly for africans and their descendants. The reapers garden death and power in the world of atlantic slavery by vincent brown. The reapers garden death and power in the world of atlantic slavery by vincent brown harvard university press 68pp gbp2295 isbn 9780674024229 published 28 february 2008. Get this from a library the reapers garden death and power in the world of atlantic slavery vincent brown basing his study in jamaica vincent brown investigates what people thought about death in the world of atlantic slavery in his story of a world in flux he shows that death was as generative as it
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