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Associated Exhibits: Literary and Social Contexts

These exhibits look at the literary and social contexts through a series of different avenues, such as the literary marketplace, media, economic conditions, and literary genres. Included are “The Historicity of Chloe Russel's Text,'' “A Timeline and History of Dream Books,” “The Economic Conditions of Black Bostonians,” and “19th Century Newspaper” and “Readership in Antebellum America.” All of these exhibits have a particular emphasis on Chloe Russel’s The Complete Fortune Teller and Dream Book. They illustrate how social context is oftentimes shown in literature. 

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Associated Exhibits: Gender & Sexuality

These exhibits look at gender and sexuality through conversation of domesticity, matrimony, and femininity, with a particular focus on Chole Russel’s The Complete Fortune Teller and Dream Book. Much of these exhibits analyze how Russel and her text fit into — or perhaps go against ideas surrounding womanhood and marriage. Included are 19th century “Newspapers & Domesticity,” “Chloe Russell & the Cult of True Womanhood,” “Economic Context of Black Women,” and “Black Marriage in 19th Century New England.” 

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Associated Exhibits: Spirituality

These exhibits look at the spirituality, particularly in how the uncertainty of authorship lends itself to looking at supernatural lore, religious traditions, witchcraft, dream significance that appear in Chole Russel’s The Complete Fortune Teller and Dream Book. Included are “Witchcraft and Popular Culture,” “Chloe Russell and Native American Lore,” “The History of Conjuring Practices,” “Divination in Sierra Leone,” “Chloe Russell and Religions of Africa,” “The Evolution of Dream Interpretation,” “Decoding of ‘Dreams,’” and “Angels, Anger, and Ants.”

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Associated Exhibits: Authorship & Narrative Authority in 19C Boston

These exhibits look at the Authorship & Narrative Authority in 19th century Boston through meditations on who the “true” author of Chloe Russel’s The Complete Fortune Teller and Dream Book alongside understandings of plagiarism and how authorial ownership is imagined. Included are “Authorship & Appropriation” and “The Last Literary Crime of Chloe Russell."

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Associated Exhibits: Literary & Rhetorical Analysis

These exhibits look at the Literary & Rhetorical Analysis through understandings of genre (such as the slave narrative) and how texts can be read in different ways, perhaps in a feminist or digital humanities sphere. Included are “Gender and Rhetoric in 19th Century Slave Narratives,”  “Defining a Feminist Text,” and “The Text in the Eyes of an Encoder.” This collection is more experimental and allows room for more rhetorical analysis.

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