Jul 16, 2017

Enslaved Men and Masculinity in 12 Years in Slavery

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Enslaved Men and Masculinity in 12 Years in Slavery

INSTRUCTIONS:

James B. Stewart, "Reconsidering the Abolitionists" 



Richard Follett, "`Very Ingenious Man`" (chapter from a book about planters and slaves in Louisiana sugar cane plantations) 



Based on what you know from assigned readings and "12 Years," write a paper in which you evaluate the movie`s treatment of one of the following topics to what historians have said on the same topic: 



(a) social relations among enslaved people, or "slave community"



(b) management of enslaved people by owners and overseers [this can overlap with (e) below, but does not have to]



(c) the domestic slave trade and slavery`s expansion



(d) enslaved men and masculinity



(e) slave labor as skilled labor



To properly evaluate the movie`s treatment, you must summarize both the movie and the relevant points in the reading, but the key task is to evaluate (or judge) the movie in light of historical research

CONTENT:

Enslaved men and masculinity in 12 years in slavery Name: Course: Date: Hollywood is usually uncomfortable with race even though it favors heroic masculinity. It is not surprising then that movies about slavery usually end up being about men who becoming men. Honorably and remarkably, 12 Yeas a Slave has a special story to tell. When the movie starts, Northup is a free man, living with his wife, a daughter and a son in Saratoga, New York. He is a success and an adult; he does not need to learn how to become a man. The narrative arc of the movie is not from weakens to strength; it is the reverse. Northup is a musician meets two men who give him a word on a touring gig, and then, after they have allured him to Washington, they drug him. He wakes up in a cell where he is tortured and is turned into a slave; he loses his name to a runaway slave, Platt.[Northup, Solomon. Twelve years a slave. JDB Ediciones, Sep 25, 2014] If one was working

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