By John M. Lipski
The African slave exchange introduced African languages into touch with Spanish and Portuguese starting within the 15th century, and led to the Africans' sluggish acquisition of those languages. John Lipski describes the main varieties of Afro-Hispanic language present in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin the US during the last 500 years. setting apart valid different types of Afro-Hispanic expression from those who end result from racist stereotyping, he exhibits how touch with the African diaspora has had an everlasting influence on Spanish this day.
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21 Hilton (1985:ch. 3). 22 Rodney (1970:99). 26 A History of Afro-Hispanic Language slaves from both regions were taken to the island. 23 Portuguese exploitation of the Congo Basin By the early 1460s Portuguese explorers had reached Sierra Leone, and a decade later the Ivory Coast and the Gold Coast (Ghana) were the subject of intense Portuguese interest. Gold-inspired trade with the latter region began immediately, and the Mina area soon became one of the Portuguese crown’s major sources of gold.
Slaving caravans brought slaves from the Senegambia to Arguim, whence they were shipped to Portugal. By 1455, more than 1,000 slaves per year were passing through Arguim,19 so that the presence of Wolofand Mandinga-speaking slaves in Portugal did not have to wait for permanent 17 Rego (1965:19). 18 Davidson (1980:53–54). 19 Vogt (1979:5). Africans in the Iberian peninsula 25 Portuguese settlements in Senegambia. 20 By the early 1460s Portuguese explorers had reached Sierra Leone, and a decade later the Ivory Coast and the Gold Coast (Ghana) were the subject of intense Portuguese interest.
E. 39 With the rise in French power, the Portuguese slave monopoly to Spanish America ended once and for all, although individual Portuguese traders continued to supply slaves until the very end of the Atlantic slaving period. French and English entry into the slave trade War with England was one of the major causes of the diminution of Dutch slave trading. Another rapidly developing sea power, England sought to repeat the Dutch successes in muscling into the Atlantic trade. English and Dutch forces engaged in skirmishes on land and at sea during much of the seventeenth 37 38 Goslinga (1979, 1990), Hartog (1961, 1968).
A History of Afro-Hispanic Language: Five Centuries, Five Continents by John M. Lipski