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From the Publisher"A relatively small book, whose size belies its importance. . . . [Hall] adopt[s] a hemispheric perspective that places the North American experience in its proper context."
— Southern Cultures
"Hall's work offers a major contribution to the longstanding debate over the Africanness of slave culture in the Americas. . . . Hall rises to the challenge."
— The Southern Quarterly
"At the opening bell, Hall comes out swinging. . . . [She] writes with a passion that is regrettably absent from much of the new literature of African Slavery."
— Florida Historical Quarterly
"Important, providing a new template for critics as well as supporters, and opening up a new chapter in what is clearly a changing paradigm."
— Journal of the Early Republic
"An elegant and sensible appeal for collaborative scholarship and recognition of diversity and complexity in dealing with culture formation in the Americas."
— Hispanic American Historical Review