Lissette Acosta Corniel

Lissette Acosta Corniel, scholar-in-residence with the Africana Studies Department, recently published a chapter in the edited volume Esclavitud, mestizaje y abolicionismo en los mundos hispánicos.

“Negras, Mulatas y Morenas en La Española del Siglo XVI (1502-1606)” addresses slavery, mestizaje (miscegenation) and slave abolition in the Hispanic world and covers a wide range of topics including religion, women, citizenship, rebellion and race from XVI to the XVIIII centuries.

The book, published by the University of Granada Press, was edited by Aurelia Martin Casares.

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