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Shepherd, Verene A.
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Department of History & Archaeology
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Locating enslaved women's voices in the colonial Caribbean: The promises and pitfalls of ventriloquism
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Text and testimony workshop
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Dartmouth College, 2002
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Abstract
Taking off from Spivak’s question, “Can the subaltern speak?”, the paper examines the reasons for the silencing of women’s voices as well as discusses the ways in which this problem has been solved, in the process problematizing the issue of ventriloquism.
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