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  • - Da mine mødre gjorde noget nyt
    af Pernille Ipsen
    73,95 - 270,95 kr.

    Et åbent øjeblik er en levende og dokumentarisk fortælling om syv rødstrømper, som i sommeren 1971 ad forskellige veje mødtes på den første kvindelejr på Femø – og tog deres nye fællesskab med sig hjem til hverdagen. Sammen satte de sig for at finde ud af, hvad kvinder ville og kunne, hvis de ikke skulle relatere sig til mænd. De besatte et hus i centrum af København og fandt nye måder at være kvinder på.Et åbent øjeblik er historiker Pernille Ipsens nære, vidtfavnende og komplekse portræt af sine syv kollektivmødre. De tilhørte en generation, som gjorde det personlige politisk, rykkede ved forestillinger om, hvordan kvinder kunne og skulle leve, og udfordrede forholdet mellem mænd og kvinder. Det er en beretning, der handler om Rødstrømpebevægelsen, Lesbisk Bevægelse, køn, seksualitet, feminisme - og hvor livgivende og svært det er at frigøre sig fra det gamle og gøre noget nyt.

  • - Atlantic Slavers and Interracial Marriage on the Gold Coast
    af Pernille Ipsen
    242,95 kr.

    Examining five generations of marriages between African women and European men in a Gold Coast slave trading port, Daughters of the Trade uncovers the vital role interracial relationships played in the production of racial discourse and the increasing stratification of the early modern Atlantic world.

  • - Atlantic Slavers and Interracial Marriage on the Gold Coast
    af Pernille Ipsen
    311,95 kr.

    Severine Brock's first language was Ga, yet it was not surprising when, in 1842, she married Edward Carstensen. He was the last governor of Christiansborg, the fort that, in the eighteenth century, had been the center of Danish slave trading in West Africa. She was the descendant of Ga-speaking women who had married Danish merchants and traders. Their marriage would have been familiar to Gold Coast traders going back nearly 150 years. In Daughters of the Trade, Pernille Ipsen follows five generations of marriages between African women and Danish men, revealing how interracial marriage created a Euro-African hybrid culture specifically adapted to the Atlantic slave trade.Although interracial marriage was prohibited in European colonies throughout the Atlantic world, in Gold Coast slave-trading towns it became a recognized and respected custom. Cassare, or "e;keeping house,"e; gave European men the support of African women and their kin, which was essential for their survival and success, while African families made alliances with European traders and secured the legitimacy of their offspring by making the unions official.For many years, Euro-African families lived in close proximity to the violence of the slave trade. Sheltered by their Danish names and connections, they grew wealthy and influential. But their powerful position on the Gold Coast did not extend to the broader Atlantic world, where the link between blackness and slavery grew stronger, and where Euro-African descent did not guarantee privilege. By the time Severine Brock married Edward Carstensen, their world had changed. Daughters of the Trade uncovers the vital role interracial marriage played in the coastal slave trade, the production of racial difference, and the increasing stratification of the early modern Atlantic world.

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