Slavery & Abolition articles

Volume 38 (4)

Slavery Hinterland: transatlantic slavery and continental Europe 1680–1850
vol. 38 (4): 777-778
Slavery Hinterland: transatlantic slavery and continental Europe 1680–1850
vol. 38 (4): 777-778
Flores, Votos e Balas: O Movimento Abolicionista Brasileiro (1868–88)
vol. 38 (4): 778-780
Flores, Votos e Balas: O Movimento Abolicionista Brasileiro (1868–88)
vol. 38 (4): 778-780
Slavery: annual bibliographical supplement (2016)
vol. 38 (4): 781-904
Slavery: annual bibliographical supplement (2016)
vol. 38 (4): 781-904

Volume 38 (3)

Corrigendum
vol. 38 (3): v-v
Corrigendum
vol. 38 (3): v-v
Introduction: poor white slave ownership
vol. 38 (3): 441-444
Introduction: poor white slave ownership
vol. 38 (3): 441-444
The dairymaid and the prince: race, memory, and the story of Benjamin Banneker’s grandmother
vol. 38 (3): 445-458
The dairymaid and the prince: race, memory, and the story of Benjamin Banneker’s grandmother
vol. 38 (3): 445-458
Slave owning overseers in eighteenth-century Virginia and South Carolina
vol. 38 (3): 459-474
Slave owning overseers in eighteenth-century Virginia and South Carolina
vol. 38 (3): 459-474
‘My master and Miss … warn’t nothing but poor white trash’: poor white slaveholders and their slaves in the antebellum South
vol. 38 (3): 475-488
‘My master and Miss … warn’t nothing but poor white trash’: poor white slaveholders and their slaves in the antebellum South
vol. 38 (3): 475-488
Beyond plantations: Indian and African slavery in the Illinois Country, 1720–1780
vol. 38 (3): 489-509
Beyond plantations: Indian and African slavery in the Illinois Country, 1720–1780
vol. 38 (3): 489-509
‘Of equal or of more service’: black soldiers and the British Empire in the mid-eighteenth-century Caribbean
vol. 38 (3): 510-533
‘Of equal or of more service’: black soldiers and the British Empire in the mid-eighteenth-century Caribbean
vol. 38 (3): 510-533
Colonial violence and civilising utopias in the French and British empires: the Morant Bay Rebellion (1865) and the Insurrection of the South (1870)
vol. 38 (3): 534-558
Colonial violence and civilising utopias in the French and British empires: the Morant Bay Rebellion (1865) and the Insurrection of the South (1870)
vol. 38 (3): 534-558
The Edinburgh Review, The Quarterly Review, and the contributions of the periodical to the slavery debates
vol. 38 (3): 559-576
The Edinburgh Review, The Quarterly Review, and the contributions of the periodical to the slavery debates
vol. 38 (3): 559-576
Slavery and redemption in the Catholic missions of the Upper Congo, 1878–1909
vol. 38 (3): 577-600
Slavery and redemption in the Catholic missions of the Upper Congo, 1878–1909
vol. 38 (3): 577-600
Zora Neale Hurston’s visual and textual portrait of middle passage survivor Oluale Kossola/Cudjo Lewis
vol. 38 (3): 601-619
Zora Neale Hurston’s visual and textual portrait of middle passage survivor Oluale Kossola/Cudjo Lewis
vol. 38 (3): 601-619
Uncovering testimonies of slavery and the slave trade in missionary sources: the SHADD biographies project and the CMS and MMS archives for Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and the Gambia
vol. 38 (3): 620-644
Uncovering testimonies of slavery and the slave trade in missionary sources: the SHADD biographies project and the CMS and MMS archives for Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and the Gambia
vol. 38 (3): 620-644
Parallel motion: shared histories of war, reform, and power in the eighteenth-century Caribbean
vol. 38 (3): 645-652
Parallel motion: shared histories of war, reform, and power in the eighteenth-century Caribbean
vol. 38 (3): 645-652
The banjo: America’s African instrument
vol. 38 (3): 653-655
The banjo: America’s African instrument
vol. 38 (3): 653-655
Abolitions as a global experience
vol. 38 (3): 655-656
Abolitions as a global experience
vol. 38 (3): 655-656
The common cause: creating race and nation in the American revolution
vol. 38 (3): 656-658
The common cause: creating race and nation in the American revolution
vol. 38 (3): 656-658
The press and slavery in America, 1791–1859
vol. 38 (3): 658-660
The press and slavery in America, 1791–1859
vol. 38 (3): 658-660