Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 320
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"For the first time we are led to appreciate the nature of power relations generated between the enslaved and the slavers through clandestine ceramic exchange networking in eighteenth-century Jamaica."--E. Kofi Agorsah, Portland State University In eighenth-century Jamaica, an informal, underground economy existed among enslaved laborers. Mark Hauser uses pottery fragments to examine their trade networks and to understand how enslaved and free Jamaicans created communities that transcended plantation bodaries. An Archaeology of Black Markets utilizes both documentary and archaeological evidence to reveal how slaves practiced their own systematic forms of economic production, exchange, and consumption. Hauser compares the findings from a number of prevusly excavated sites and presents new analyses that reinterpret these collections in the context of island-wide trading networks. Trading allowed enslaved laborers to cross boundaries of slave life and enter into a black market of...