Bibliographic update October 2016: All

Slavery & Abolition

Debating empire and slavery: Ireland and British India, 1820–1845
vol. 37 (3): 561-577
‘This foul slavery-reviving system’: Irish opposition to the Jamaica Emigration Scheme
vol. 37 (3): 578-598
Black abolitionists, Irish supporters, and the brotherhood of man
vol. 37 (3): 599-621
Failing to ‘unite with the abolitionists’: the Irish Nationalist Press and U.S. emancipation
vol. 37 (3): 622-637
Amalgamation, moral geography, and ‘slum tourism’: Irish and African Americans sharing space on the streets and stages of antebellum New York
vol. 37 (3): 638-660
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
Free black communities and the underground railroad: the geography of resistance
vol. 37 (2): 487-488
Private slave trade in the Dutch Indian Ocean world: a study into the networks and backgrounds of the slavers and the enslaved in South Asia and South Africa
‘Thence to Patty Cannon’s’: gender, family, and the reverse Underground Railroad
Unequal partners in crime: masters, slaves and free people of color in Santo Domingo, c.1600–1650
Cohabitation registers and the study of slave families in Virginia
Fugitive slaves and Christian evangelism in French West Africa: a protestant mission in late nineteenth-century Senegal
‘From freedom’s sun some glimmering rays are shed that cheer the gloomy realms’: Dessalines at Dartmouth, 1804
Rethinking runaways in the British Atlantic World: Britain, the Caribbean, West Africa and North America
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