Fort Caroline And The Early Protestant Roots Of American Whiteness
de Heather Martel
Sobre o livro
Argues that the French Protestant attempt to colonize Florida in the 1560s shaped the developing concept of race in sixteenth-century America. Telling the story of the short-lived French settlement of Fort Caroline, Martel reveals how race, gender, sexuality, and Christian morality intersected to form modern understandings of whiteness.