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Includes bibliographical references (p. -290) and index.
Transnational memory of slave merchants : making the perpetrators visible in the public space / Ana Lucia Araujo -- Reasons for silence : tracing the legacy of internal slavery and slave trade in contemporary Gambia / Alice Bellagamba -- With or without roots : conflicting memories of slavery and indentured labor in the Mauritian public space / Mathieu Claveyrolas -- Smoldering memories and burning questions : the politics of remembering Sally Bassett and slavery in Bermuda / Quito Swan -- Making slavery visible (again): the nineteenth-century roots of a revisionist recovery in New England / Margot Minardi -- Teaching and commemorating slavery and abolition in France : from organized forgetfulness to historical debates / Nelly Schmidt -- Commemorating a guilty past : the politics of memory in the French former slave trade cities / Renaud Hourcade -- The challenge of memorializing slavery in North Carolina : the unsung founders memorial and the North Carolina Freedom Monument Project / René Ater -- Museums and slavery in Britain : the bicentenary of 1807 / Geoffrey Cubitt -- Museums and sensitive histories : the International Slavery Museum / Richard Benjamin -- The art of memory : São Paulo's Afrobrasil Museum / Kimberly Cleveland -- Afro-Brazilian heritage and slavery in Rio de Janeiro community museums / Francine Saillant, Pedro Simonard -- Exhibiting slavery at the New-York Historical Society / Kathleen Hulser -- Museums and the story of slavery: the challenge of language / Regina Faden.