Slavery & Abolition articles

Volume 38 (3)

The repeating body: slavery’s visual resonance in the contemporary
vol. 38 (3): 671-672
The repeating body: slavery’s visual resonance in the contemporary
vol. 38 (3): 671-672

Volume 38 (2)

Mothering slaves: comparative perspectives on motherhood, childlessness, and the care of children in Atlantic slave societies
vol. 38 (2): 223-231
Mothering slaves: comparative perspectives on motherhood, childlessness, and the care of children in Atlantic slave societies
vol. 38 (2): 223-231
The nameless and the forgotten: maternal grief, sacred protection, and the archive of slavery
vol. 38 (2): 232-250
The nameless and the forgotten: maternal grief, sacred protection, and the archive of slavery
vol. 38 (2): 232-250
Maternal struggles and the politics of childlessness under pronatalist Caribbean slavery
vol. 38 (2): 251-268
Maternal struggles and the politics of childlessness under pronatalist Caribbean slavery
vol. 38 (2): 251-268
From free womb to criminalized woman: fertility control in Brazilian slavery and freedom
vol. 38 (2): 269-286
From free womb to criminalized woman: fertility control in Brazilian slavery and freedom
vol. 38 (2): 269-286
Bad breeders and monstrosities: racializing childlessness and congenital disabilities in slavery and freedom
vol. 38 (2): 287-302
Bad breeders and monstrosities: racializing childlessness and congenital disabilities in slavery and freedom
vol. 38 (2): 287-302
The enslaved wet nurse as nanny: the transition from free to slave labor in childcare in Barcelona after the Black Death (1348)
vol. 38 (2): 303-319
The enslaved wet nurse as nanny: the transition from free to slave labor in childcare in Barcelona after the Black Death (1348)
vol. 38 (2): 303-319
Between two Beneditos: enslaved wet-nurses amid slavery’s decline in southeast Brazil
vol. 38 (2): 320-336
Between two Beneditos: enslaved wet-nurses amid slavery’s decline in southeast Brazil
vol. 38 (2): 320-336
‘[S]he could … spare one ample breast for the profit of her owner’: white mothers and enslaved wet nurses’ invisible labor in American slave markets
vol. 38 (2): 337-355
‘[S]he could … spare one ample breast for the profit of her owner’: white mothers and enslaved wet nurses’ invisible labor in American slave markets
vol. 38 (2): 337-355
‘By her unnatural and despicable conduct’: motherhood and concubinage in the Watchman and Jamaica Free Press, 1830–1833
vol. 38 (2): 356-372
‘By her unnatural and despicable conduct’: motherhood and concubinage in the Watchman and Jamaica Free Press, 1830–1833
vol. 38 (2): 356-372
Conceived in violence: enslaved mothers and children born of rape in nineteenth-century Louisiana
vol. 38 (2): 373-391
Conceived in violence: enslaved mothers and children born of rape in nineteenth-century Louisiana
vol. 38 (2): 373-391
US slavery, civil war, and the emancipation of enslaved mothers
vol. 38 (2): 392-407
US slavery, civil war, and the emancipation of enslaved mothers
vol. 38 (2): 392-407
Bad mothers, labouring children: emancipation, tutelage and motherhood in São Paulo in the last decades of the nineteenth century
vol. 38 (2): 408-424
Bad mothers, labouring children: emancipation, tutelage and motherhood in São Paulo in the last decades of the nineteenth century
vol. 38 (2): 408-424
In pursuit of autonomous womanhood: nineteenth-century black motherhood in the U.S. North
vol. 38 (2): 425-440
In pursuit of autonomous womanhood: nineteenth-century black motherhood in the U.S. North
vol. 38 (2): 425-440

Volume 38 (1)

Introduction: Slavery and landscape
vol. 38 (1): 1-5
Introduction: Slavery and landscape
vol. 38 (1): 1-5
Bondage and resistance in the land of lead: antebellum Upper Mississippi River Valley mineral country landscapes
vol. 38 (1): 6-22
Bondage and resistance in the land of lead: antebellum Upper Mississippi River Valley mineral country landscapes
vol. 38 (1): 6-22
In bondage when cold was king: the frigid terrain of slavery in antebellum Maryland
vol. 38 (1): 23-36
In bondage when cold was king: the frigid terrain of slavery in antebellum Maryland
vol. 38 (1): 23-36
Frederick Law Olmsted and the cultural geography of southern slave autonomy
vol. 38 (1): 37-48
Frederick Law Olmsted and the cultural geography of southern slave autonomy
vol. 38 (1): 37-48
Rethinking runaways in the British Atlantic World: Britain, the Caribbean, West Africa and North America
vol. 38 (1): 49-75
Rethinking runaways in the British Atlantic World: Britain, the Caribbean, West Africa and North America
vol. 38 (1): 49-75
Fugitive slaves and Christian evangelism in French West Africa: a protestant mission in late nineteenth-century Senegal
vol. 38 (1): 76-94
Fugitive slaves and Christian evangelism in French West Africa: a protestant mission in late nineteenth-century Senegal
vol. 38 (1): 76-94