Slavery & Abolition articles

Volume 36 (4)

‘To Know Where You Come from; That Is Divine’: Three New Documentary Films on the African Slave Experience
vol. 36 (4): 738-746
A tale of two plantations: slave life and labor in Jamaica and Virginia
vol. 36 (4): 747-748
Slavery and war in the Americas: race, citizenship and state building in the United States and Brazil, 1861–1870
vol. 36 (4): 748-750
Shadows of the slave past: memory, heritage and slavery
vol. 36 (4): 750-751
The counter-revolution of 1776: slave resistance and the origins of the United States of America
vol. 36 (4): 751-753
The life and death of Gus Reed: a story of race and justice in Illinois during the Civil War and Reconstruction
vol. 36 (4): 753-754
All men free and brethren: essays on the history of African American freemasonry
vol. 36 (4): 754-755
Daughters of the trade: Atlantic slavers and interracial marriage on the Gold Coast
vol. 36 (4): 755-756
Handbuch Geschichte der Sklaverei: Eine Globalgeschichte von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart
vol. 36 (4): 757-758
Slavery: Annual Bibliographical Supplement (2014)
vol. 36 (4): 759-873

Volume 36 (3)

New Sources and New Findings for Slavery and Abolition in the Atlantic World
vol. 36 (3): 421-423
‘The Kingdom of Angola is not Very Far from Here’: The South Atlantic Slave Port of Buenos Aires, 1585–1640
vol. 36 (3): 424-444
The Seventeenth-century Slave Trade in the Documents of the English, Dutch, Swedish, Danish and Prussian Royal Slave Trading Companies
vol. 36 (3): 445-459
Sailing Through the Sacraments: Ethnic and Cultural Geographies of a Port and Its Churches-Cartagena de Indias
vol. 36 (3): 460-477
Heathens among the Flock: Converting African-Born Slaves in Eighteenth-Century Rio de Janeiro
vol. 36 (3): 478-494
Catholic Conspirators? Religious Rebels in Nineteenth-Century Cuba
vol. 36 (3): 495-520
Making Abolition Brazilian: British Law and Brazilian Abolitionists in Nineteenth-Century Minas Gerais and Pernambuco
vol. 36 (3): 521-543

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
The Diambourou: slavery and emancipation in Kayes – Mali [DVD]
vol. 36 (2): 406-408
Slaves and Englishmen: Human Bondage in the Early Modern Atlantic World
vol. 36 (2): 409-410
West African Warfare in Bahia and Cuba: Soldier Slaves in the Atlantic World, 1807–1844: Negro Comrades of the Crown: African Americans and the British Empire Fight the U.S. Before Emancipation
vol. 36 (2): 410-412
Ever Faithful: Race, Loyalty, and the Ends of Empire in Spanish Cuba
vol. 36 (2): 412-414
Rivers of gold, lives of bondage: Governing through slavery in colonial Quito
vol. 36 (2): 414-416
Mastering the Niger: James MacQueen's African geography & the struggle over Atlantic slavery
vol. 36 (2): 416-418
To render invisible: Jim Crow and public life in New South Jacksonville
vol. 36 (2): 418-419

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
What did Africa Mean to Frederick Douglass?
vol. 36 (1): 40-62
Beyond Profitability: The Dutch Transatlantic Slave Trade and its Economic Impact
vol. 36 (1): 63-83