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Exquisite Slaves

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In Exquisite Slaves, Tamara J. Walker examines how slaves used elegant clothing as a language for expressing attitudes about gender and status in the wealthy urban center of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Lima, Peru. Drawing on traditional historical research methods, visual studies, feminist theory, and material culture scholarship, Walker argues that clothing was an emblem of not only the reach but also the limits of slaveholders' power and racial domination. Even as it acknowledges the significant limits imposed on slaves' access to elegant clothing, Exquisite Slaves also showcases the insistence and ingenuity with which slaves dressed to convey their own sense of humanity and dignity. Building on other scholars' work on slaves' agency and subjectivity in examining how they made use of myriad legal discourses and forums, Exquisite Slaves argues for the importance of understanding the body itself as a site of claims-making.

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'Exquisite Slaves represents a unique and distinctive contribution to the history of racial formation in Spanish America which will command the attention of the scholarly community. This book considerably deepens our understanding of colonial racial formation.'

Herman Bennett - City University of New York

'Walker's invigorating analysis of enslaved and freed cultural agency is a welcome contribution to the history of slavery. Her unique focus on manners of dress and gendered public presentation underlines how slavery was rooted not just in daily events, but in intimate senses of self and others. Informed by an Atlantic vision, Walker’s close reading of imagery and text charts a new path for how to write a history of the African Diaspora in Latin America.'

Rachel Sarah O'Toole - University of California, Irvine

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Archivo Arzobispal de Lima (AAL)

  • Causas Civiles

  • Causas de Negros

  • Estadística Lima

  • Testamentos

Archivo General de la Nación (AGN)

Protocolos Notariales

    • Orencio de Ascarrunz, Protocolos 74–89 (1739–1793)

    • Silvestre Bravo, Protocolo 148 (1769–1786)

    • Andrés Calero, Protocolo 136 (1804–1826)

    • José Cardenas, Protocolos 132–135 (1804–1821)

    • Fernando J. de la Hermosa, Protocolos 523–534 (1754–1793), 264 (1800–1805) Jose Simeon Ayllon Salazar, Protocolos 60–70 (1828–1852)

    • Teodoro Ayllon Salazar, Protocolos 93–96 (1773–1795)

    • Gerónimo de Villafuerte, Protocolos 1020–1028 (1820–1854)

Sección Colonial

    • Justicia Ordinaria

    • Causas Civiles

    • Causas Criminales

    • Real Audiencia

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    • Causas Criminales

    • Signatura Colección Moreyra

    • Superior Gobierno

Sección Republicana

    • Corte Superior de Justicia

    • Depositivos Legales

Archivo de la Municipalidad de Lima (AML)

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  • Superior Gobierno

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  • Esclavitud, Cacicazgos, Indios, Bienes, Judiciales

  • Vida Social, Hospitales, Colegios

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  • The Clements Library, Ann Arbor, MI

  • The John Carter Brown Library, Providence, RI

  • The Library of Congress, Washington, DC

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  • Museo de Arte de Lima

  • Museo del Banco Central de Reserva del Perú

  • Abeja Republicana

  • Comercio del Perú

  • Diario de Lima

  • Gaceta de Lima

  • Gaceta del Gobierno

  • Mercurio Peruano

  • El Negro

  • El Peruano

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