Gold Coast Diasporas Identity Culture and Pow (PDF Download)

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Why You Should Read This Book

You’re about to step into a gripping narrative that brings to light the resilience and ingenuity of African slaves known as “Coromantee” or “Mina.” Walter C. Rucker’s study isn’t just any historical account; it’s a revelation of how these individuals, torn from varied polities and linguistic backgrounds, forged new group identities in the crucible of New World slavery.

This book is a powerful examination of social and political construction under extreme duress. It shows how displaced Gold Coast Africans adapted concepts of power to comprehend, define, and combat their subjugation. The narrative is laced with details on how cultural practices such as obeah — involving powders, charms, and potions — were not only spiritual but also acts of resistance.

What’s Inside?

Rucker doesn’t just list historical events; he connects you with the emotional pulse behind them. You’ll find out how expressions of Coromantee and Mina identity involved shared concerns and led to the creation of ideological tools for fighting slavocracy. The evolution of peasant consciousness, heightened displays of masculinity, and the rise of women in pivotal roles are all explored in depth.

Who Should Buy This Book?

If you’re someone who values understanding the past through the lens of those who lived it, this is for you. Whether you’re a student, historian, or simply curious about untold narratives, this book offers an authentic dive into African diasporic identities forged in adversity. Your perception of power dynamics and resistance throughout history will be reshaped by this enlightening read.

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