The Illusion of Isolation: The Gullah/Geechees and the Political Economy of African Culture in the Americas
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1017/S0010417508000406
Publication InfoMatory, JL (2008). The Illusion of Isolation: The Gullah/Geechees and the Political Economy of African Culture in the Americas. COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN SOCIETY AND HISTORY, 50(4). pp. 949-980. 10.1017/S0010417508000406. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/6526.
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Lawrence Richardson Distinguished Professor of Cultural Anthropology
Specialties Anthropology & History, Africa, African Diaspora, Transnationalism, Social Theory Research Summary Anthropology of religion, of ethnicity, of education and of social theory; history and theory of anthropology; African and African-inspired religions around the Atlantic perimeter; ethnic diversity in the African-descended population of the US; tertiary education as a culture; gender, religion and politics; transnationalis