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    G. Taylor
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When and why did 'white people' start calling themselves 'white'? When and why did 'white slavery' become a paradox, and then a euphemism for prostitution? To answer such questions, Taylor begins with the auction of a &. .

When and why did 'white people' start calling themselves 'white'? When and why did 'white slavery' become a paradox, and then a euphemism for prostitution? To answer such questions, Taylor begins with the auction of a 'white' slave in the first African American novel, William Wells Brown's Clotel.

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The secret history of whiteness is told, for the first time, in this important book by an aimed cultural historian and journalist. Gary Taylor tracks the growth of modern white identity through the history of art, law, literature, science, and sexuality-and through the eyes of black and brown observers.

com's Gary Taylor Author Page. Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Cultural Selection: Why Some Acheivements Survive The Test Of Time And Others Don't Apr 4, 1996.

Richter, Virginia (2006). Race, Culture, and Identity from Columbus to Hip-Hop. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. Anglia - journal of English philology, Zeitschrift für englische Philologie, 124(2), pp. 360-362. De Gruyter 1. 515/ANGL.

Race, Culture, and Identity from Columbus to Hip-hop. Published December 23, 2004 by Palgrave Macmillan. 12 tax deductible donation. Check nearby libraries.

Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Textual Culture: A Companion to The Collected Works, Oxford University Press, 2007.

Oxford University Press, 2005. Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Textual Culture: A Companion to The Collected Works, Oxford University Press, 2007. The Norton Shakespeare: Based on the Oxford Text.

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William Shakespeare, Complete Works, eds. Stanley Wells, Gary Taylor, John Jowett and William Montgomery (1986, rev.

John Fletcher, The Tamer Tamed, ed. Celia R. Daileader and Gary Taylor (2006). Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Textual Culture, gen. eds. Gary Taylor and John Lavagnino (2007). The Collected Works of Thomas Middleton, gen.

When and why did 'white people' start calling themselves 'white'? When and why did 'white slavery' become a paradox, and then a euphemism for prostitution? To answer such questions, Taylor begins with the auction of a 'white' slave in the first African American novel, William Wells Brown's Clotel (1853), and contrasts Brown's basic assumptions about race, slavery, and sexuality with treatment of those issues in scenes of slave marketing in English Renaissance drama. From accounts of Columbus and other early European voyagers to popular English plays two centuries later, Taylor traces a paradigm shift in attitudes toward white men, and analyzes the emergence of new models of sexuality and pornography in an 'imperial backwash' that affected whites as much as blacks. Moving between the English Renaissance and the 'American Renaissance' of the 1850s, this original and provocative book recovers the lost interracial history of the birth of whiteness.