Faithful bodies : performing religion and race in the Puritan Atlantic /
"In the seventeenth-century English Atlantic, religious beliefs and practices played a central role in creating racial identity. English Protestantism provided a vocabulary and structure to describe and maintain boundaries between insider and outsider. In this path-breaking study, Heather Miyan...
New York :
New York University Press,
|Series:||Early American places
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- Part I. Defining
- "One Indian and a Negroe, the first thes Islands ever had"
- "Joyne interchangeably in a laborious bodily service"
- "Ye are of one Body and members one of another"
- Part II. Performing
- "Extravasat Blood"
- "Makinge a tumult in the congregation"
- "Those bloody people who did use most horrible crueltie"
- "To bee among the praying Indians"
- "In consideration for his raising her in the Christian faith"
- Part III. Disciplining
- "Abominable mixture and spurious issue"
- "Sensured to be whipped uppon a Lecture daie"
- "If any white woman shall have a child by any Negroe or other slave"