By Carina E. Ray
Interracial intercourse mattered to the British colonial kingdom in West Africa. In Crossing the colour Line, Carina E. Ray is going past this truth to bare how Gold Coasters—their social practices, pursuits, and anxieties—shaped and outlined those powerfully charged family throughout racial traces. The interaction among African and ecu views and practices, argues Ray, remodeled those relationships into key websites for consolidating colonial rule and for contesting its racial and gendered hierarchies of power.
With rigorous method and cutting edge analyses, Ray brings Ghana and Britain right into a unmarried analytic body by way of interpreting situations in either locales. Intimate relatives among black males and white ladies in Britain’s port towns turn out to be an influential a part of the historical past of interracial intercourse and empire in ways in which are hooked up to instead of eclipsed via kin among eu males and African girls within the colony.
Based on wealthy archival proof and unique interviews, the booklet strikes throughout various registers, transferring from the micropolitics of person disciplinary situations opposed to colonial officials who “kept” neighborhood girls to transatlantic networks of relatives, empire, and anticolonial resistance. during this means, Ray cuts to the center of ways interracial intercourse grew to become a resource of colonial nervousness and nationalist agitation throughout the first half the 20th century.
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Crossing the Color Line: Race, Sex, and the Contested Politics of Colonialism in Ghana (New African Histories) by Carina E. Ray