Week 02 - Transatlantic Slave 1 Jeremy Benthams Panopticon 2 by sofiaie

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									Week 02 - Transatlantic Slave


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Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon. 



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Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon. 



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The different kingdoms of West Africa at the beginning of the slave trade. 



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18th century British map of Africa. 




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Winneba fort, near Accra, and James Fort, Accra. 



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Winneba fort, near Accra, and James Fort, Accra. cape Coast Castle and Dixcove Fort,
near Cape Coast, showing gardens.


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A slaver's house in interior Africa. 



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A coffle: captives. 

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A Slave market in Algiers.


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Slave awaiting transportation. 



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Slave awaiting transportation. 




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Elmina Castle, 1948, looking east. 



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Elmina Castle, 1948, looking north. 



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Elmina Castle, Ground Level Plan. 



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Elmina Castle, First Floor Plan. 



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Elmina Castle, 1948, looking south. 



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Elmina Castle, South corner. 

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West bastion and colonnade.



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Cape Coast Castle, Ground Floor Plan, April 1756. 



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Cape Coast Castle, looking west. 



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Cape Coast Castle, illustration from 1682. 



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Cape Coast Castle, Plan of Southern Battery and Slave-Prisons. 



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Princetown: Gross-Friedrichsburg. 



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Beraku: Fort Good Hope



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Dixcove Fort, 1948, looking north-west. 



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Iron-door of slave prison, Dixcove Fort. 

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Sekondi: Fort Orange. Upper plan, Feb. 1791.


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Sekondi: Fort Orange. Upper plan, Feb. 1791. 



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A Liverpool slave ship, about 1780, by William Jackson. 



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Insurrection on board a slave ship. 




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Inside of slave ship. 



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Slave quarters. 



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Sections of the "Brooke." 



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The "Brooke" 




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Model of ship showing slaves in Middle passage. 

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Model of the Watt, a slave ship built in Britain in 1797.


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Corbusier's comparison of the Aquitania to iconic Western architecture. 



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The "Aquitania", from Le Corbusier's extended discussion on ships. 




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Fr. Schuster: Kitchen nook in Vienna's public housing. (Winarskihof) 



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Hans Schmidt, Proposal for cooperative houses in Basel, 1928. 



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Josef Polasek, Municipal housing colony in Kralov Pole in Brno, 1931-32, former
Czechoslovakia


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Ossendorf-Pozemny-Tenzer, Houses with minimum apartments, 1930. 




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Josef Polasek, Urban apartment houses in Brno, 1930-31. Erstwhile Czechoslovakia. 



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K. Kupka, Furnishing a minimum flat (50 sq. mts.), 1928, First prize in competition.


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Warehouses, St. George's Dock, Liverpool, by Samuel Austin, 1829. 



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Sugar and rum being unloaded on London's West India docks. 



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Lancaster shipping alongside St. George's Quay, about 1790, by G. Yates. 



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Slave shipyard in Lancaster, by J. C. Ibbetson, 1807. 



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A Dutch slave auction in New Amsterdam, the future New York. 



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Treating for Slaves published in 1798. 




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Poster advertising the sale of slaves. 



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A slave "pen" belonging to dealers in Alexandria, Virginia. 



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Branding irons.


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Slaves fell ripe sugarcane with machetes during harvest in the Barbados. 



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Processing of sugarcane. 



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Rollers squeezing juice out of cane. 



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Sugarcane being processed into rum and sugar in boiling hot vats. 




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A print of Roehampton estate, in Jamaica. 



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A print of Old Montpellier estate, in Jamaica. 



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Compound building, Guinea rainforest. 



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A Mendi village in Sierra Leone. 

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Thatched wattle-and-daub housing in Jamaica, about 1860.


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Thatched wattle-and-daub housing in Jamaica, about 1860. 



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Big House of the Noruega Plantation. 



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Big House of the Noruega Plantation. 




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Plan of Uncle Sam's Plantation, St. James Parish, Louisiana. 



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Bayou block plantation. Louisiana. 



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Site plan of Hayes Manor, Chowan County, North Carolina. 



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Oak-lined approach to Boone Hall, Berkeley County, South Carolina. 



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Aerial view of Uncle Sam plantation, St. James Parish, Louisiana. 

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Front elevation of the mansion at Uncle Sam plantation.


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Slave quarter at the Hurt house, Macon county, Alabama. 



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Front elevation, plan, of the slave quarter at the Hurt house. 




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Slave quarter at The Forks of Cypress, Lauderdale County, Alabama. 



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Floor plan of the slave quarter at the Forks of Cypress. 



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House of Bakongo slave, near Edgefield, South Carolina. 



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Kongo house type, Angola, 1910. 




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Restored log slave house at Sotterley Plantation, St. Mary's County, Maryland. 



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Floor plan of restored log slave house at Sotterley. 

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Mount Vernon – residence of George Washington.


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Unidentified log house, photographed near the turn of the century, presumably near
Richmond, Virginia.


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Log rain barrel, a common artefact around the houses of slaves. 



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Kitchen garden, Mount Vernon. 



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Drawing of Monticello. 



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Plan of Monticello. 



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Photo of economic migrants in Europe by Jean Mohr. 



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Photo of economic migrants in Europe by Jean Mohr. 


								
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