Slavery & Abolition

Slavery & Abolition is the only journal devoted in its entirety to a discussion of the demographic, socio-economic, historical and psychological aspects of human bondage from the ancient period to the present. It is also concerned with the dismantling of the slave systems and with the legacy of slavery. The journal publishes research articles, comments, reflections and review articles. There are frequent special thematic issues and an important annual bibliographical supplement on slavery which provides the only comprehensive listing of books and articles in the field.

4 issues per year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
0144039x
ISSN (online): 
17439523

Latest articles

Black Republicans, Black Republic: African-Americans, Haiti, and the Promise of Reconstruction
ONLINE EARLY
Seasoning and Abolition: Humoural Medicine in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic
ONLINE EARLY
‘Mungo Everywhere’: How Anglophones Heard Chattel Slavery
ONLINE EARLY
A Theory of Moral Outrage: Indignation and Eighteenth-century British Abolitionism
ONLINE EARLY
Erratum
ONLINE EARLY
The Indian Ocean in Transatlantic Slavery
ONLINE EARLY

Volume 36 (2)

Maintaining Network Boundaries: Islamic Law and Commerce from Sahara to Guinea Shores
vol. 36 (2): 211-232
Death Rites as Birthrights in Atlantic New Orleans: Kinship and Race in the Case of María Teresa v. Perine Dauphine
vol. 36 (2): 233-256
‘Tumult and Silence’ in the Study of the American Slave Revolts
vol. 36 (2): 257-274
‘The Light of Knowledge Follows the Impulse of Revolutions’: Prince Saunders, Baron de Vastey and the Haitian Influence on Antebellum Black Ideas of Elevation and Education
vol. 36 (2): 275-297
‘A Full Knowledge of the Subject of Slavery’: The Amistad, Expert Testimony, and the Origins of Atlantic Studies
vol. 36 (2): 298-318
Black Caribbean Empowerment and Early Eighteenth-Century Moravian Missions Documents
vol. 36 (2): 319-334
Frank Travels: Space, Power and Slave Mobility in the British Leeward Islands, c. 1700–1730
vol. 36 (2): 335-359
Calvinism, Proslavery and James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw
vol. 36 (2): 360-381
The New Slave Narrative and the Illegibility of Modern Slavery
vol. 36 (2): 382-405

Volume 36 (1)

Charles Dickens, the American South, and the Transatlantic Debate over Slavery
vol. 36 (1): 1-25
Charles Dickens, the American South, and the Transatlantic Debate over Slavery
vol. 36 (1): 1-25
Slave Crucibles: Interstate Migrants and Social Assimilation in the Antebellum South
vol. 36 (1): 26-39
Slave Crucibles: Interstate Migrants and Social Assimilation in the Antebellum South
vol. 36 (1): 26-39
What did Africa Mean to Frederick Douglass?
vol. 36 (1): 40-62