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The Muslim slave uprising in Bahia in 1835, though unsuccessful in winning freedom for the rebels, had national repercussions, making it the most important urban slave rebellion in the Americas and the only one in which Islam played a major role. Joao Jose Reis draws on hundreds of police and trial records in which Africans, despite obvious intimidation, spoke out about their cultural, social, ecomic, religious, and domestic lives in Salvador.
Joao Jose Reis teaches at the Federal University of Bahia and has been a visiting professor at the University of Michigan. Arthur Brakel is a freelance writer and translator.
Joao Jose Reis
Johns Hopkins University Press
Date of Publication
English & Portuguese
Politics: General & Reference
Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture