Slavery & Abolition articles

Volume 34 (1)

The Penalty of a Tyrant's Law: Landscapes of Incarceration during the Second Slavery
vol. 34 (1): 22-38
The British Honduras Colony: Black Emigrationist Support for Colonization in the Lincoln Presidency
vol. 34 (1): 39-60
The Presence of Black African Women in the Slave System of Cadiz (1650–1750)
vol. 34 (1): 61-76
Why Joanna Baptista Sold Herself into Slavery: Indian Women in Portuguese Amazonia, 1755–1798
vol. 34 (1): 77-97
Slavery, Empire and Civilization: A Luso-Brazilian Defense of the Slave Trade in the Age of Revolutions
vol. 34 (1): 98-117
Brazilian Gold, Cuban Copper and the Final Frontier of British Anti-Slavery
vol. 34 (1): 118-134
From Bondage to Freedom on the Red Sea Coast: Manumitted Slaves in Egyptian Massawa, 1873–1885
vol. 34 (1): 135-157
The Oxford Handbook's Capacious Atlantic
vol. 34 (1): 158-165
Two Stellar Reference Books on Slavery
vol. 34 (1): 166-172
The Slave in Greece and Rome
vol. 34 (1): 173-174
Slaves Waiting for Sale: Abolitionist Art and the American Slave Trade
vol. 34 (1): 174-177
People of Faith: Slavery and African Catholics in Eighteenth-Century Rio de Janeiro
vol. 34 (1): 177-179
The Spirits and the Law: Vodou and Power in Haiti
vol. 34 (1): 179-182
West African Narratives of Slavery: Texts from Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Ghana
vol. 34 (1): 182-184
The Zong: A Massacre, the Law and the Ending of Slavery
vol. 34 (1): 184-186
British Abolitionism and the Question of Moral Progress in History
vol. 34 (1): 186-187
‘Those Who Labor for My Happiness’: Slavery at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello
vol. 34 (1): 187-189
Border War: Fighting over Slavery before the Civil War
vol. 34 (1): 189-191
Stolen Childhood: Slave Youth in Nineteenth Century America
vol. 34 (1): 191-193

Volume 33 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 33 (4): 0-0
Slave Suicide, Abolition and the Problem of Resistance
vol. 33 (4): 525-549
American Abolitionism and Slave-Breeding Discourse: A Re-evaluation
vol. 33 (4): 551-570
The Shocking Birth of British Abolitionism
vol. 33 (4): 571-593
‘His Complete History’? Revisioning, Recreating and Reimagining Multiple Lives in Frederick Douglass's Life and Times (1881, 1892)
vol. 33 (4): 595-610
Complicating the Big Picture: Robin Blackburn's The American Crucible
vol. 33 (4): 611-618
The Akan diaspora in the Americas
vol. 33 (4): 619-620
Captives and Countrymen: Barbary Slavery and the American Public, 1785–1816
vol. 33 (4): 620-622
The Fante and the Transatlantic slave trade
vol. 33 (4): 622-623
A Muslim American Slave: The Life of Omar Ibn Said
vol. 33 (4): 623-624
Black Gotham: a family history of African Americans in nineteenth-century New York City
vol. 33 (4): 625-626
The Struggles of John Brown Russwurm: The Life and Writings of a Pan-Africanist Pioneer, 1799–1851
vol. 33 (4): 626-627
SLAVERY: ANNUAL BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT (2011)
vol. 33 (4): 629-718

Volume 33 (3)

Slaves, Sex and Sin: Adultery, Forced Separation and Baptist Church Discipline in Middle Georgia
vol. 33 (3): 337-358
Margaret Morgan's Story: A Threshold between Slavery and Freedom, 1820–1842
vol. 33 (3): 359-380
Till Death Do Us Part: Testamentary Manumission in Seventeenth-Century Lima, Peru
vol. 33 (3): 381-401
Between Slavery and Freedom on the Atlantic Coast of Honduras
vol. 33 (3): 403-416
Child Slaves in Pre-colonial Nigeria, c.1725–1860
vol. 33 (3): 417-434
‘When he gets among his Countrymen, they tell him that he is free’: Slave Trade Abolition, Indentured Africans and a Royal Commission
vol. 33 (3): 435-455
Labour Relations during and after Apprenticeship: Amity Hall, Jamaica, 1834–1840
vol. 33 (3): 457-478
The Problem of Freedom in a Mid Nineteenth-Century Atlantic Slave Society: The Liberated Africans of the Anglo-Portuguese Mixed Commission in Luanda (1844–1870)
vol. 33 (3): 479-500