The Past is Not Dead: Facts, Fictions, and Enduring Racial Stereotypes
During a 1985 visit to Sweden's National Portrait Gallery, Pred (geography, U. of California, Berkeley) was first struck by a painting of a young male. Called Badin, he was an Afro-Caribbean slave given to the Swedish royal court, whose portrait was created in 1775 by a royal court artist. Through the example of Badin, Pred explores past and presen
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