Política e Administração no Mundo Luso-Brasileiro
The objective of this article is to reflect upon the circulation of ideas and experiences within an Atlanticist perspective by recovering fears, connections and impacts generated in slave-holding Brazil the of Santo Domigo/Haiti Revolution. It points to trans-Atlantic movements and local meanings of “Haitianism”, as well as the uses and interpretations the several involved social sectors made of these. By analyzing the Grão-Pará/French Guyana frontiers as well as narratives fragmented among diverse slave-holding regions, the article emphasizes the idea of “internationalism” in approaches to the Atlantic and the identification of subjective forms of cooperation that were permanently modified and enriched.
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