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Women and Migration

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Deborah Willis
, 
Ellyn Toscano
, 
Kalia Brooks Nelson

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Chapter 1

1.1

Hortense Mitchell Acton by Steffens Studio. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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Hortense Mitchell Acton travelling. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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Bookplate of Hortense Mitchell Acton. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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Record of Admission to St. Benedicts Home for Destitute Colored Children. Author’s collection.

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1.5

Margo Ledee Toscano, portrait photograph. Author’s collection.

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Chapter 2

2.1

Author with mother and friends, August 1984. Photographer

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Chapter 3

3.1

Identity photographs of Léonie Ngoie, ca. 1960-90. Personal collection of Léonie Ngoie. © Léonie Ngoie.

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Portrait of Léonie Ngoie on rooftop of the Sendwe Clinic, Lubumbashi, Republic of the Congo, ca. 1963. Photographer unknown. Personal collection of Léonie Ngoie. © Léonie Ngoie.

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Portrait of Léonie Ngoie on rooftop of the Sendwe Clinic, Lubumbashi, Republic of the Congo, ca. 1963. Photographer unknown. Personal collection of Léonie Ngoie. © Léonie Ngoie.

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Wedding day of Léonie Ngoie and André Colard, Brussels, Belgium, 1969. Unknown photographer. Personal collection of Léonie Ngoie. © Léonie Ngoie.

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Wedding day of Léonie Ngoie and André Colard, Brussels, Belgium, 1969. Unknown photographer. Personal collection of Léonie Ngoie. © Léonie Ngoie.

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Chapter 5

5.1

Mirta Kupferminc, En Camino, 2001. Image provided by the artist. All rights reserved.

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Still from Mirta Kupferminc and Mariana Sosnowski, En Camino, 2005. Image provided by the artist. All rights reserved.

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Still from Mirta Kupferminc and Mariana Sosnowski, En Camino, 2005. Image provided by the artist. All rights reserved.

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Mirta Kupferminc, Bordado en la piel de la memoria, 2009. Image provided by the artist. All rights reserved.

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Still from Wangechi Mutu, The End of Carrying All, 2015. Image courtesy of the artist, Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, Victoria Miro, London, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects. All rights reserved.

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Still from Wangechi Mutu, The End of Carrying All, 2015. Image courtesy of the artist, Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, Victoria Miro, London, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects. All rights reserved.

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Still from Wangechi Mutu, The End of Carrying All, 2015. Image courtesy of the artist, Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, Victoria Miro, London, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects. All rights reserved.

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5.8

Yin Xiuzhen, Portable Cities: Beijing, 2001. Image courtesy of Pace Gallery. All rights reserved.

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Yin Xiuzhen, Portable Cities: Groningen, 2012. Image courtesy of Pace Gallery. All rights reserved.

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5.10

Yin Xiuzhen, Portable Cities: San Francisco, 2003. Image courtesy of Pace Gallery. All rights reserved.

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Chapter 7

7.1

Gary Ray Bugarcic, ‘The Limo at Key Food on Avenue A with Karen Finley’, 1985. Original 3D lenticular print. Courtesy of the artist. © Gary Ray Bugarcic.

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Chapter 9

9.1

Sama Alshaibi, ‘Fatnis al-Jazirah’ [Fantasy Island], from the series ‘Silsila’, 5’5 3 ⁄ 8” × 8’2 3 ⁄ 8”, unique print mounted with Diasec, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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Sama Alshaibi, ‘Silsila’ [Link], from the series ‘Silsila’, 5’5 3 ⁄ 8” × 8’2 3 ⁄ 8”, unique print mounted with Diasec, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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Sama Alshaibi, ‘Ma Lam Tabki’ [Unless Weeping], from the series ‘Silsila’, 5’5 3 ⁄ 8” × 8’2 3 ⁄ 8”, unique print mounted with Diasec, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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Sama Alshaibi, ‘Jarasun Yaqra‘li-l-Mawt’ [Death Knell], from the series ‘Silsila’, 27 1 ⁄ 2” × 39 3 ⁄ 8”, inkjet pigment print, edition of 5, 2010. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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Sama Alshaibi, ‘Sabkhat al-Milh’ [Salt Flats], from the series ‘Silsila’, 47 ¼” diameter, c-print mounted with Diasec, edition of 3, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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Sama Alshaibi, ‘Al-Ṭariqah’ [The Path], from the series ‘Silsila’, 5’5 3 ⁄ 8” × 8’2 3 ⁄ 8”, unique print mounted with Diasec, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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Sama Alshaibi, ‘Ma Ijtamaʿat Aydina ʿala Qabdih Kan Muʿattal’ [What Our Hands Joined Was Broken], from the series ‘Silsila’, 47 ¼” diameter, c-print mounted with Diasec, edition of 3, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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9.8

Sama Alshaibi, ‘Wahat Siwa’ [The Siwa Oasis], from the series ‘Silsila’, 27 1 ⁄ 2” × 39 3 ⁄ 8”, inkjet pigment print, edition of 5, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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9.9

Sama Alshaibi, ‘Idha Intaha Thumma Yabtadi’ [If Over and Then Begins], from the series ‘Silsila’, 39 3 ⁄ 8” × 27 1 ⁄ 2”, inkjet pigment print, edition of 5, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, Dubai.

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Chapter 10

10.1

Jessica Ingram, ‘Charlotte’, 2005. Courtesy of Jessica Ingram, CC BY-NC-ND.

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10.2

Jessica Ingram, ‘Letter to my first born son’, 2006. Courtesy of Jessica Ingram, CC BY-NC-ND.

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10.3

Jessica Ingram, ‘Isabelle at Prom’, 2005. Courtesy of Jessica Ingram, CC BY-NC-ND.

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10.4

Jessica Ingram, ‘Rosaura’s Wedding’, 2005. Courtesy of Jessica Ingram, CC BY-NC-ND.

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10.5

Jessica Ingram, ‘SF’, 2005. Courtesy of Jessica Ingram, CC BY-NC-ND.

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10.6

Jessica Ingram, ‘Alanna’, 2005. Courtesy of Jessica Ingram, CC BY-NC-ND.

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10.7

Jessica Ingram, ‘Juicy’, 2006. Courtesy of Jessica Ingram, CC BY-NC-ND.

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10.8

Jessica Ingram, ‘Picnic’, 2005. Courtesy of Jessica Ingram, CC BY-NC-ND.

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Chapter 11

11.1

Lorie Novak, ‘Reading the News’, 1999, CC BY-NC-ND.

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11.2

Lorie Novak, ‘Above The Fold’, in my studio, July 2018, CC BY-NC-ND.

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11.3

Lorie Novak, ‘Men & A Few Women With Guns’, 60’ x 32’, inkjet photograph, 2017, CC BY-NC-ND.

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11.4

Lorie Novak, ‘Dead Bodies’, 60’ x 32’, inkjet photograph, 2017, CC BY-NC-ND.

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11.5

Lorie Novak, ‘Refugees & Migrants’, 60’ x 32’, archival inkjet photograph, 2017, CC BY-NC-ND.

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Lorie Novak,Reading the News’, 2018, CC BY-NC-ND.

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Chapter 14

14.1

Lalla Essaydi, Converging Territories # 26 (2000-01). © Lalla Essaydi, New York. Courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York.

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14.2

Lalla Essaydi, Converging Territories # 30 (2000-01). © Lalla Essaydi, New York. Courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York.

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Chapter 16

16.1

Fig. 16.1 ‘Stowage of the British Slave Ship Brookes Under the Regulated Slave Trade Act of 1788.’ Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Slaveshipposter.jpg

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16.2

‘Diagram of the Decks of a Slave Ship, 1814’, from Slavery Images: A Visual Record of the African Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Early African Diaspora, CC BY-NC 4.0, http://www.slaveryimages.org/s/slaveryimages/item/2004

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Chapter 17

17.1

Jonathan Edwards, Grit, 2018. © Jonathan Edwards. All rights

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Chapter 18

18.1

Editha Mesina, Candlelight Vigil for Mary Jane Veloso. Indonesian Consulate, New York City, 28 April 2015. © Editha Mesina.

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18.2

Editha Mesina, Candlelight Vigil for Mary Jane Veloso. Indonesian Consulate, New York City, 28 April 2015. © Editha Mesina.

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18.3

Editha Mesina, Candlelight Vigil for Mary Jane Veloso. Indonesian Consulate, New York City, 28 April 2015. © Editha Mesina.

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18.4

Editha Mesina, Candlelight Vigil for Mary Jane Veloso. Indonesian Consulate, New York City, 28 April 2015. © Editha Mesina.

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18.5

Editha Mesina, Candlelight Vigil for Mary Jane Veloso. Indonesian Consulate, New York City, 28 April 2015. © Editha Mesina.

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18.6

Editha Mesina, Gabriela Action: NBC’s proposed sitcom, Mail-Order Family. 6 October 2016, NBC Headquarters, New York City. © Editha Mesina.

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18.7

Editha Mesina, Gabriela Action: NBC’s proposed sitcom, Mail-Order Family. 6 October 2016, NBC Headquarters, New York City. © Editha Mesina.

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18.8

Editha Mesina, Gabriela Action: NBC’s proposed sitcom, Mail-Order Family. 6 October 2016, NBC Headquarters, New York City. © Editha Mesina.

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18.9

Editha Mesina, Gabriela Action: NBC’s proposed sitcom, Mail-Order Family. 6 October 2016, NBC Headquarters, New York City. © Editha Mesina.

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18.10

Editha Mesina, Gabriela Action: NBC’s proposed sitcom, Mail-Order Family. 6 October 2016, NBC Headquarters, New York City. © Editha Mesina.

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18.11

Editha Mesina, Azreal. Still from Filipina Stories, 2017. © Editha Mesina.

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18.12

Editha Mesina, Joelle. Still from Filipina Stories, 2018. © Editha Mesina.

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18.13

Editha Mesina, May. Still from Filipina Stories, 2017. © Editha Mesina.

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Chapter 21

21.1

Portrait of Fredi Washington. Courtesy of Schomburg Center,

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Chapter 22

22.1

Julia de Burgos, ca. 1938. Miriam Román Papers. Archives of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, CUNY.

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22.2

Flyer for poetry reading by Julia de Burgos, 10 May 1940. Pura Belpré Papers. Archives of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, CUNY.

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22.3

Many Vega, Remembering Julia, 2006. Mosaic by Manny Vega. Photo by Francisco Molina Reyes II. Courtesy of Mambóso Nuyotópia Archives. All rights reserved.

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22.4

Commemorating Julia de Burgos’s death. La Bruja, 2011. Photo taken by author, CC BY 4.0.

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22.5

Alexis Díaz, ‘Dejarse vencer por la vida es por que dejarse vencer por la muerte’, Santurce, Puerto Rico, 2013. © Hunter College. All rights reserved.

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Chapter 24

24.1

Juana Valdes, ‘Redbone Colored China Rags’, 2017, CC BY 4.0.

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Chapter 25

25.1

Patricia Cronin, Memorial To A Marriage, 2002. Carrara marble, over life size, photographed by Steven Bates. Courtesy of the artist. All rights reserved.

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25.2

Patricia Cronin, Beatrice Cenci, 2007. Watercolor on paper, 12 x 15 inches. After Harriet Hosmer, Beatrice Cenci, 1856. Courtesy of the artist. All rights reserved.

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25.3

Patricia Cronin, Puck, 2007. Watercolor on paper, 15 x 12 inches. After Harriet Hosmer, Puck, 1855. Courtesy of the artist. All rights reserved.

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25.4

Patricia Cronin, Tomb of Judith Falconnet, 2006. Watercolor on paper, 12 x 15 inches. After Harriet Hosmer, Tomb of Judith Falconnet, 1857-58. Courtesy of the artist. All rights reserved.

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25.5

Patricia Cronin, Zenobia, 2007. Watercolor on paper, 15 x 12 inches. After Harriet Hosmer, Zenobia, 1859. Courtesy of the artist. All rights reserved.

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25.6

Patricia Cronin, The Sleeping Faun, 2006. Watercolor on paper, 12 x 15 inches. After Harriet Hosmer, The Sleeping Faun, 1865. Courtesy of the artist. All rights reserved.

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25.7

Patricia Cronin, Queen of Naples, 2007. Watercolor on paper, 15 x 12 inches. Courtesy of the artist. All rights reserved.

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Chapter 26

26.1

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Nana. © Roshini Kempadoo.

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26.2

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Nana 01. © Roshini

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26.3

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Nana 05. © Roshini Kempadoo.

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26.4

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Nana 11. © Roshini Kempadoo.

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26.5

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Nana 09. © Roshini Kempadoo.

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26.6

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Nana 07. © Roshini Kempadoo.

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26.7

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Deirdre 04. © Roshini Kempadoo.

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26.8

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Deirdre 05. © Roshini Kempadoo.

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26.9

Roshini Kempadoo, Screen still from the artwork Face Up, 2015. Deirdre 06. © Roshini Kempadoo.

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Chapter 29

29.1

Tracey Moffatt, from ‹ Suburban Landscapes’, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, CC BY 4.0.

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29.2

Tracey Moffatt, from ‘Picturesque Cherbourg’, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, CC BY 4.0.

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29.3

Tracey Moffatt, from ‘Picturesque Cherbourg’, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, CC BY 4.0.

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29.4

Tracey Moffatt, from ‘As I Lay Back on My Ancestral Land’, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, CC BY 4.0.

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29.5

Tracey Moffatt, from ‘Pioneer Dreaming’, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, CC BY 4.0.

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29.6

Tracey Moffatt, from Spirit Landscapes, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, CC BY 4.0.

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Chapter 30

30.1

Ming Wong, still from Imitation of Life, 2009, CC BY 4.0.

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Chapter 31

31.1

The Mossell family, group portrait, ca. 1875. Unknown photographer. University Archives and Records Center, University of Pennsylvania.

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31.2

Sadie T. M. Alexander (1898-1989), ca. 1948. Portrait photograph by Wilson G. Marshall. University Archives and Records Center, University of Pennsylvania.

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31.3

Fannie Jackson Coppin, 1865. Unknown photographer. Photo courtesy of the Oberlin College Archives.

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31.4

Mary Church Terrell, ca. 1890, three quarter length portrait, seated, facing front. Unknown photographer. Library of Congress. Public domain.

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31.5

Tanner family, group portrait, 1890. Unknown photographer. University Archives and Records Center, University of Pennsylvania.

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31.6

Sadie T. M. Alexander holding To Secure these Rights, ca. 1947. Unknown Photographer. University Archives and Records Center, University of Pennsylvania.

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Chapter 32

32.1

Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe. Used with permission from Evita Robinson.

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32.2

Frazer Harrison, Zim Ugochukwu at AirBnB Open Los Angeles. Getty Images.

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32.3

Nomadness Travel Tribe, Pamplona, Spain. Image courtesy of Sheila Brown, CC BY 4.0.

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32.4

‘In the Hasaan II Mosque,’ Travel Noire Instagram page. Image courtesy of Abena Bempah, CC BY 4.0.

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Chapter 33

33.1

Mattie A. McAdoo with tennis racquet. Photo by The Richmond Studio, ca. 1890-91, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Image courtesy of Young Robertson Gallery Collection, New York. All rights reserved.

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33.2

Marta ‘Mattie’ Eliza Allan, contralto calling card. Photo by Urlin & Pfeifer Studio, Columbus, Ohio, USA, ca. 1884. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.3

Martha ‘Mattie’ Eliza Allan’s high school graduation portrait. Photo by Urlin Studio, Columbus, Ohio, USA, ca. 1885. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.4

Orpheus Myron McAdoo, formal portrait. Photo by Melba Studio, Melbourne, Australia, ca. 1892. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.5

Orpheus Myron McAdoo, formal portrait, ‘Orpheus M. McAdoo, Sole Proprietor and Director of the Original Jubilee Singers’. Photo by Talma Studio, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia, ca. 1892. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.6

Studio portrait of Mattie and Orpheus McAdoo in stylish dress. Photo by Alba Studio, Sydney, Australia, ca. 1892. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.7

Mattie A. McAdoo as a soloist. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.8

Mattie A. McAdoo with her quartet. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.9

Invitation to the marriage of Miss Mattie E. Allan to Mr. Orpheus Myron McAdoo, Port Elizabeth, Cape Colony, South Africa, 1892. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.10

Birth announcement for Master Myron Holder Ward McAdoo, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 9 February 1893. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.11

Baby Myron McAdoo with puppy. Photo by W. Laws Caney Studio, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, ca. 1895-96. Image courtesy of Young Robertson Gallery Collection, New York. All rights reserved.

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33.12

Baby Myron McAdoo with rocking horse. Photo by W. Laws Caney Studio, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, ca. 1895-96. Image courtesy of Young Robertson Gallery Collection, New York. All rights reserved.

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33.13

Jubilee Singers as vaudeville concert singers. Note little Myron McAdoo at bottom right, ca. 1898. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.14

McAdoo Company performers. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.15

Broadside advertisement for Opera House Performance by Mattie McAdoo and her brother Robert Allen and sister Lula Allen. Note the surname has changed from Allan to Allen. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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33.16

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Conference Committee Chairmen. Mattie A. McAdoo, second row, second from left. Image courtesy of Orpheus M. McAdoo and Mattie Allen McAdoo Papers. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Public Domain.

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Chapter 34

34.1

Audley Moore. Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute,

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Chapter 36

36.1

My mother Ingrid (third row, center) poses with her siblings and extended family at Timehri International Airport, Guyana in the mid-1970s, as she bade farewell to a sister who was leaving for Barbados. © Ali-Persaud family collection. Courtesy of Grace Aneiza Ali, CC BY 4.0.

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36.2

Keisha Scarville, Untitled # 1, from the series ‘Mama’s Clothes’, 2015. © Keisha Scarville, CC BY 4.0.

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36.3

Keisha Scarville, Untitled # 5, from the series ‘Mama’s Clothes’, 2016. © Keisha Scarville, CC BY 4.0.

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36.4

Erika DeFreitas’s grandmother Angela DeFreitas pictured in British Guiana with a wedding cake she made and decorated, ca. late 1960s. © DeFreitas family collection. Courtesy of Erika Defreitas, CC BY 4.0.

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36.5

Erika DeFreitas, ‘The Impossible Speech Act’, 2007. © Erika DeFreitas, CC BY 4.0.

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36.6

Christie Neptune, Memories from Yonder, 2015. © Christie Neptune, CC BY 4.0.

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36.7

Christie Neptune, video stills from Memories from Yonder, 2015. © Christie Neptune, CC BY 4.0.

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36.8

Anastacia Winters, who lives in Lethem, Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo (Region Nine), Guyana. Khadija Benn, Anastacia Winters from the series ‘Those Who Remain: Portraits of Amerindian Women’, 2017. © Khadija Benn, CC BY 4.0.

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36.9

Mickilina Simon, Tabatinga, Lethem, Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo (Region Nine), Guyana. Khadija Benn, Mickilina Simon from the series ‘Those Who Remain: Portraits of Amerindian Women’, 2017. © Khadija Benn, CC BY 4.0.

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Chapter 37

37.1

The Acton Photograph Archive: Research and Conservation at Villa La Pietra 3, cover image. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.2

Cora Antinori, undated. Photograph found with an undated letter to Harold Acton addressed from Palazzo Antinori from her brother. Archival Series Number I.A.4.2.-18. recto. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.3

Rosa Lanza di Scalea, dressed in Persian costume for the fancy-dress ball in Persian and Venetian costumes [designed by Paul Poiret of Paris] given by [the US Ambassador/consul] Lewis Einstein at Villa Schifanoia 1914. Signed and dated on the recto. Photographs by Mario Nunes Vais. Archival Series Number I.A.4.2.-folder23a.-100a. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.4

Rosa Lanza di Scalea, dressed in Persian costume for the fancy-dress ball in Persian and Venetian costumes [designed by Paul Poiret of Paris] given by [the US Ambassador/consul] Lewis Einstein at Villa Schifanoia 1914. Signed and dated on the recto. Photographs by Mario Nunes Vais. Archival Series Number I.A.4.2.-folder23a.-100c. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.5

Louise Crawford, 1891, cabinet card. Photo by Steffens, Chicago. Annotated on the verso ‘Yours while Louise Crawford, July 2nd ‘91’. Archival Series Number I.B.3.5.-2.-recto. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.6

Louise Bates, née Crawford, in her wedding dress ca. 1890s. Archival Series Number I. B. 3.5.51.-6. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.7

Hortense Mitchell Acton as a child, ca. 1870. Cabinet card photo by Gehrig, Chicago. Archival Series Number I.B.1.3.-64. recto. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.8

Hortense Mitchell Acton outside Villa La Pietra, ca. 1903. Archival Series Number I.B.1.3.-103. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.9

Hortense Mitchell Acton outside Villa La Pietra with the dog Caesar 1903. Archival Series Number I.B.1.3.-105. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.10

Hortense Mitchell Acton dressed up in Persian costume for the fancy-dress ball in Persian and Venetian costume [designed by Paul Poiret of Paris] given by [the US ambassador/consul] Lewis Einstein at Villa Schifanoia 1914. Photograph signed by Nunes Vais. Archival Series Number I.B.1.4.36.-18a. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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37.11

Hortense Mitchell Acton, ca. 1920. Signed studio portraits by De Meyer. One of these was the original, which was removed from its frame in the Biblioteca in Villa La Pietra in June 2004 and replaced with a digital print. Archival Series Number I.B.1.4.42.-90. New York University, The Acton Photograph Archive, Villa La Pietra, Florence.

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Chapter 38

38.1

Monica de Miranda, woman in front of a rusting ship. Still from Once Upon a Time, 2012-13. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.2

Monica de Miranda, woman in front of a rusting ship (closeup). Still from Once Upon a Time, 2012-13. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.3

Monica de Miranda, installation view of man looking at skyscrapers and greenery. Still from Once Upon a Time, 2012-13. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.4

Monica de Miranda, installation view of man and woman on boat. Still from Once Upon a Time, 2012-13. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.5

Monica de Miranda, man on deck. Still from An Ocean Between Us, 2012. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.6

Monica de Miranda, woman looking out from boat. Still from An Ocean Between Us, 2012. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.7

Monica de Miranda, Luanda. Architectural drawing from ‘Home Sweet, Sour Home’, 2013. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.8

Monica de Miranda, Portugal. Architectural drawing from ‘Home Sweet, Sour Home’, 2013. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.9

Monica de Miranda, Brazil. Architectural drawing from ‘Home Sweet, Sour Home’, 2013. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.10

Monica de Miranda, London. Architectural drawing from ‘Home Sweet, Sour Home’, 2013. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.11

Monica de Miranda, installation view. Architectural drawing from ‘Home Sweet, Sour Home’, 2013. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.12

Monica de Miranda, installation view of three frames of rusting ships. Still from Once Upon a Time, 2012-13. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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38.13

Monica de Miranda, Monica, city lights. Still from Once Upon a Time, 2012-13. Image courtesy of Monica de Miranda, CC BY 4.0.

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Chapter 42

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Sister Gertrude Morgan, the Bride of Christ, the Nurse for Dr Jesus and the Housekeeper for Dada God, in her Everlasting Gospel Revelation Mission, New Orleans, 1974. Photograph by Guy Mendes, from 40/40–40 YEARS 40 PORTRAITS, Institute 193. All rights reserved.

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Imani Uzuri in prayer room, Sunday 25 October 2015, from her work-in-progress performance and installation Prayer Request at Park Avenue Armory, New York. Photo by Jennifer Pritheeva Samuel, CC BY 4.0.

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Imani Uzuri, ‘Come On In The Prayer Room’, performance still, Villa La Pietra, Florence, Italy, June 2017. Courtesy of the artist, CC BY 4.0.

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