My Cat Woody, Slavery, and How We Deal with The Past We Now Abjure: Part I

Abstract How do we relate to our ancestors who did things that we would and do not do, for example hold slaves or express views about racial differences we find abhorrent? The impulse nowadays is to react to our ancestors who lived in the past and who produced us as unacceptable versions of ourselve...
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Author:

Fleming, Bruce [VerfasserIn]

Format:

Electronic Article

Language:

English

Published:

2020

Subjects:

Slavery

Political correctness

Anthropology

Culture

Sociology

Confederacy

American Civil War

Animal cruelty

History

World War I

Woodrow Wilson

Princeton University

Virginia

Chinua Achebe

Colonialism

Captain Cook

American Indians

Isaiah Berlin

Norbert Elias

Rudyard Kipling

Margaret Mead

Renaissance

Industrial Age

Containing Work:

Enthalten in: Society - New York, NY : Springer, 1972, 57(2020), 3 vom: 19. Mai, Seite 308-322

Containing Work:

volume:57 ; year:2020 ; number:3 ; day:19 ; month:05 ; pages:308-322

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DOI / URN:

10.1007/s12115-020-00485-4

Catalog id:

SPR040080269

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