“The Non-Story of Slavery”
We’ve spent the first 3 weeks thinking critically about 3 major, typically unconsidered/unthought properties of what we thought we know of as “slavery,” We spent time unpacking the unwieldy, insidious problems of empathy, pleasure, agency, resistance, and seduction in order to think about the ways the “Black American Story” has been written and is still being written today, and also as a way of enabling ourselves to read, or reread this story anew—able to see the undercurrents of violence that lace every line, that characterize every moment in history, and that structure every space Black people can (or cannot, really) be.
Your job is simple. You will write a 3 page, double-spaced essay—that means write until the END of the third page; or, three COMPLETE pages—not that silly, 2 pages with one line on the 3rd page, but 3, full pages. You will write a 3 page, double-spaced essay about one of the following topics:
You will write a 3 page, double-spaced essay on one of those topics. You must cite the material we’ve worked with in the class so far; no matter what else you do, you must cite the chapter of Scenes of Subjection that relates to your topic; you may also, of course, cite other materials we’ve read, but you must cite Scenes. You are trying to demonstrate that you are able to work through the concepts above, and trying also to demonstrate at least a basic understanding of how Saidiya Hartman is presenting and analyzing these ideas.
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