The Transnational Recognition of Subjugation: The Dutch Atlantic.


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The Transnational Recognition of Subjection: The Dutch Atlantic Gert Oostindie KITLV, Leiden, the Netherlands blast of open recognition foundation contrasts inside of the Caribbean the Dutch Atlantic foundation to this new culture of recognition balance de siècle engagement with past revulsions
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The Transnational Remembrance of Slavery: The Dutch Atlantic Gert Oostindie KITLV, Leiden, the Netherlands

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blast of open recognition foundation contrasts inside of the Caribbean the Dutch Atlantic

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foundation to this new culture of recognition balance de siã¨cle engagement with past repulsions Holocaust as a main issue of reference decolonisation, commitment of new countries to wrangles about imperialism & subjection dissimilar directions Latin America & Caribbean U.S. Europe Africa

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contrasts inside of the Caribbean shared characteristics & heterogeneity dish Caribbean versus neighborhood recognition subjugation in country building undecided points of view on Africa ethnic majority political needs monetary needs ‘Black Atlantic’ and U.S. models

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the Dutch Atlantic post-1970 Dutch Caribbean mass migration populace figures: Suriname ca. 450,000 Neth. Antilles & Aruba ca. 300,000 ‘Caribbean’ group in the Netherlands absolute ca. 750,000 national, ethnic and semantic heterogeneity ideological results

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pilgrim movement & metropolitan mindfulness Postcolonial vagrants have been instrumental in raising metropolitan consciousness of the Dutch history of Dutch Atlantic servitude and additionally metropolitan eagerness to add to recognition.

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an incomprehensible achievement This postcolonial weight serves to reinforce the metropolitan part in characterizing, saving and recalling the historical backdrop of Dutch Atlantic slave exchange and bondage.

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dissimilar recognitions Strong national contrasts between the previous provinces hold on, likewise in the remembrance of bondage. This applies to Suriname and the Antilles, however just as to previous and shorter-lived Dutch settlements and exchanging posts, for example, Ghana, Brazil, Guyana, Manhattan U.S.A. Also, without a doubt, to the Caribbean group in the Netherlands: additional measurement to the test of a ‘national’ landmark.

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next steps: accord There is a wide agreement over the topic of what verifiable information should be protected, what oral confirmations should be recorded, what sort of exploration should be done, what sort of instructive materials should be created. http://www.kitlv.nl/atlantic.html http://awad.kitlv.nl/awad/

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next steps: clashing perspectives There is critical argument about understandings, possession, ‘Black’/‘African-’ versus ‘White’/‘European’ translations, etc. Obvious in the Netherlands, e.g., in rivalry between migrant on-screen characters sending ethnic personality legislative issues and noticeable foundations regularly established in the pioneer time attempting to rethink their position and part. The partitions between these two circuits and their voting demographics are

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