- Title Pages
- Introduction Re(Dis)Covering and Recreating the Cultural Milieu of Margaret Garner
- Chapter 1 A Mother’s Arithmetic
- Chapter 2 Coerced but Not Subdued
- Chapter 3 Secret Agents
- Chapter 4 Enslaved Women’s Resistance and Survival Strategies in Frances Ellen Watkins Harper’s “The Slave Mother: A Tale of the Ohio” and Toni Morrison’S <i>Beloved and Margaret Garner</i>
- Chapter 5 Can Quadroon Balls Represent Acquiescence or Resistance?
- Chapter 6 “Freedom Just Might be Possible”
- Chapter 7 Marginality and Allegories of Gendered Resistance
- Chapter 8 Resurrecting Chica da Silva
- Chapter 9 The Psychological Aftereffects of Racialized Sexual Violence
- Chapter 10 Art and Memory
- The New Black Studies Series
- Production Credits
- Gendered Resistance
- University of Illinois Press
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