Slavery & Abolition articles

Volume 37 (2)

The Persistence of the slave market in seventeenth-century Central Mexico
vol. 37 (2): 307-333
Merchant networks, the guarantee system and the British slave trade to Jamaica in the 1790s
vol. 37 (2): 334-352
‘In the wreck of a master's fortune’: slave provisioning and planter debt in the British Caribbean
vol. 37 (2): 353-374
Land of hope and dreams: slavery and abolition in the Dutch Leeward islands, 1825–1865
vol. 37 (2): 375-398
‘A moral millstone'?: British humanitarian governance and the policy of liberated African apprenticeship, 1808–1848
vol. 37 (2): 399-422
A radical change of heart: Robert Wedderburn's last word on slavery
vol. 37 (2): 423-445
The autobiography of Jacob Von Brunn, from African captive to Liberian missionary
vol. 37 (2): 446-471
Freedom’s mirror: Cuba and Haiti in the age of revolution
vol. 37 (2): 472-473
The cultural politics of obeah: religion, colonialism and modernity in the Caribbean world
vol. 37 (2): 473-475
Freedom’s seekers: essays on comparative emancipation
vol. 37 (2): 475-477
Ties that bind: the black family in post-slavery Jamaica, 1834–1882/Slavery, childhood, and abolition in Jamaica, 1788–1838
vol. 37 (2): 477-479
Reproducing the British Caribbean: sex, gender, and population politics after slavery
vol. 37 (2): 479-481
Tyrannicide: forging an American law of slavery in revolutionary South Carolina and Massachusetts
vol. 37 (2): 482-483
The Weston sisters: an American abolitionist family
vol. 37 (2): 483-485
Making freedom: the underground railroad and the politics of slavery
vol. 37 (2): 485-486
Free black communities and the underground railroad: the geography of resistance
vol. 37 (2): 487-488

Volume 37 (1)

The Kingdom of Kongo and Palo Mayombe: Reflections on an African-American Religion
vol. 37 (1): 1-22
The Registers of Liberated Africans of the Havana Slave Trade Commission: Implementation and Policy, 1824–1841
vol. 37 (1): 23-44
Prize Possessions: Transported Material Culture of the Post-Abolition Enslaved – New Evidence from St Helena
vol. 37 (1): 45-72
Waged Slavery – Incentivizing Unfree Labour at Cape Coast Castle in the Eighteenth Century
vol. 37 (1): 73-93
Up from Childhood: When African-American Enslaved Children Learned of Their Servile Status
vol. 37 (1): 94-116
Transatlantic Encounters and the Origins of James Henley Thornwell's Proslavery Ideology
vol. 37 (1): 117-138
British Proslavery Arguments and the Bible, 1823–1833
vol. 37 (1): 139-158
Sugar, Slavery and Productivity in Jamaica, 1750–1807
vol. 37 (1): 159-182
‘A Very Hell of Horrors’? The Haitian Revolution and the Early Transatlantic Haitian Gothic
vol. 37 (1): 183-205
Florence Hall's ‘Memoirs’: Finding African Women in the Transatlantic Slave Trade
vol. 37 (1): 206-221
Empire of cotton: a global history
vol. 37 (1): 222-223
Cross-cultural exchange in the Atlantic world: Angola and Brazil during the era of the slave trade
vol. 37 (1): 223-225
Zephaniah Kingsley and the Atlantic world: slave trader, plantation owner, emancipator
vol. 37 (1): 225-226
European slave trading in the Indian Ocean, 1500–1850
vol. 37 (1): 226-228
The Haitian Revolution: a documentary history
vol. 37 (1): 228-229
Love, liberation and escaping slavery: William and Ellen Craft in cultural memory
vol. 37 (1): 229-230
Redemption songs: suing for freedom before Dred Scott
vol. 37 (1): 230-232

Volume 36 (4)

Black Republicans, Black Republic: African-Americans, Haiti, and the Promise of Reconstruction
vol. 36 (4): 545-567
Black Purgatory: Enslaved Women's Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
vol. 36 (4): 568-585
Slave Trading in a Republic of Credit: Financial Architecture of the US Slave Market, 1815–1840
vol. 36 (4): 586-602
‘The State of Slavery': Somerset, The Slave, Grace, and the Rise of Pro-Slavery and Anti-Slavery Constitutionalism in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World
vol. 36 (4): 603-617
Master–Horse–Slave: Mobility, Race and Power in the British West Indies, c.1780–1838
vol. 36 (4): 618-641
Minority Voices: Abolitionism in West Africa
vol. 36 (4): 642-661
A Theory of Moral Outrage: Indignation and Eighteenth-century British Abolitionism
vol. 36 (4): 662-683