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Gender, Class, and the Performance of a Black (Anti) Enlightenment: Resistances of David Walker and Sojourner Truth

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  • Philosophy
  • Religious Science

Abstract

The course toward freedom pursued by late-nineteenth-century black activists is as ideologically and philosophically complicated as the question of freedom itself. Dynamics of gender, class, race, religion/spirituality, and one's experience with enslavement affected the schematization of the course

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