Slavery & Abolition articles

Volume 34 (4)

Proslavery Priest: The Atlantic World of John Lindsay, 1729–1788
vol. 34 (4): 681-682
The Old Regime and the Haitian Revolution
vol. 34 (4): 683-684
Brésil: Quatre siècles d'esclavage. Nouvelles questions, nouvelles recherches
vol. 34 (4): 684-686
African-Atlantic Cultures and the South Carolina Lowcountry
vol. 34 (4): 686-687
Money over Mastery, Family over Freedom: Slavery in the Antebellum Upper South
vol. 34 (4): 687-689
Apples and Ashes: Literature, Nationalism, and the Confederate States of America
vol. 34 (4): 689-690
Creating Memorials, Building Identities: The Politics of Memory in the Black Atlantic
vol. 34 (4): 691-692
SLAVERY: ANNUAL BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT (2012)
vol. 34 (4): 693-781
Erratum: Slave Suicide, Abolition and the Problem of Resistance
vol. 34 (4): 782-Slavery & Abolition, Volume 34, Issue 4, Page 782, December 2013.

Volume 34 (3)

The Indian Ocean in Transatlantic Slavery
vol. 34 (3): 353-375
The West African Ethnicity of the Enslaved in Jamaica
vol. 34 (3): 376-400
Sugar, Land Markets and the Williams Thesis: Evidence from Jamaica's Property Sales, 1750–1810
vol. 34 (3): 401-424
Enlightenment, Scientific Exploration and Abolitionism: Anders Sparrman's and Carl Bernhard Wadström's Colonial Encounters in Senegal, 1787–1788 and the British Abolitionist Movement
vol. 34 (3): 425-445
Hidden in Plain Sight: Maroon Life and Labor in Virginia's Dismal Swamp
vol. 34 (3): 446-464
Kindling Backfires: Cultivating a National Antislavery Movement, 1836–1838
vol. 34 (3): 465-484
The Haitian Revolution, History's New Frontier: State of the Scholarship and Archival Sources
vol. 34 (3): 485-507
Who Deluded Whom? Eugene Genovese and Planter Self-Deception
vol. 34 (3): 508-514
“Save our Shit. Save our Souls. Save our Struggle”: Politics, Protest and Aesthetic Experimentation in The BLK Art Group Exhibition (2011–12)
vol. 34 (3): 515-523
Creolization and Contraband: Curaçao in the Early Modern Atlantic World
vol. 34 (3): 524-525
A Tale Of Two Colonies: What Really Happened in Virginia and Bermuda?
vol. 34 (3): 525-527
American Slaves and African Masters: Algiers and the Western Sahara, 1776–1820
vol. 34 (3): 527-528
Families in Crisis in the Old South: Divorce, Slavery, & the Law
vol. 34 (3): 528-530
Roadblocks to Freedom: Slavery and Manumission in the United States South
vol. 34 (3): 530-531
Forging Freedom: Black Women and the Pursuit of Liberty in Antebellum Charleston
vol. 34 (3): 531-532
Gleanings of Freedom: Free and Slave Labour along the Mason-Dixon Line, 1790–1860
vol. 34 (3): 532-533
Lucretia Mott's Heresy: Abolition and Women's Rights in Nineteenth-Century America
vol. 34 (3): 533-535
John Brown Still Lives: America's Long Reckoning with Violence, Equality, and Change
vol. 34 (3): 535-536
The Production of Difference: Race and the Management of Labor in U.S. History
vol. 34 (3): 536-537

Volume 34 (2)

Introduction
vol. 34 (2): 197-201
Valency and Abjection in the Lynching Postcard: A Test Case in the Reclamation of Black Visual Culture
vol. 34 (2): 202-221
Spectacles of Slavery: Pageantry, Film and Early Twentieth-Century Public Memory
vol. 34 (2): 222-235
Memory, Mobility, Modernity: Archibald Motley's Portraits and the Art of ‘Serious Painting’
vol. 34 (2): 236-251
Remembering Slavery on Screen: Paul Robeson in The Song of Freedom (1936)
vol. 34 (2): 252-265
Unseeing the Unspeakable: Visualizing Artistry, Authority and the Anti-Slave Narrative in Bill Traylor's Drawings (1939–1942)
vol. 34 (2): 266-280
Love Letters to Black America: Charles White's Art for the People
vol. 34 (2): 281-292
Remembering the Crack of the Whip: African-Caribbean Artists in the UK Visualise Slavery
vol. 34 (2): 293-307
Viewing Inside the Invisible: African Atlantic Art in the 1990s
vol. 34 (2): 308-324
Emancipated
vol. 34 (2): 325-337
Am I Still Not a Man and a Brother? Protest Memory in Contemporary Antislavery Visual Culture
vol. 34 (2): 338-352

Volume 34 (1)

Scrambling for Slaves: Captive Sales in Colonial South Carolina
vol. 34 (1): 1-21