Bibliographic update January 2015: All

Slavery & Abolition

Maintaining Network Boundaries: Islamic Law and Commerce from Sahara to Guinea Shores
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Ties that Bind: Baptismal Sponsorship of Slaves in Eighteenth-Century Puerto Rico
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Black Caribbean Empowerment and Early Eighteenth-Century Moravian Missions Documents
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‘Such a Mass of Disgusting and Revolting Cases’: Moral Panic and the ‘Discovery’ of Sexual Deviance in Post-Emancipation Jamaica (1835–1855)
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Cape Verde at the End of Atlantic Slavery
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Calvinism, Proslavery and James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw
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‘Tumult and Silence’ in the Study of the American Slave Revolts
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What did Africa Mean to Frederick Douglass?
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Charles Dickens, the American South, and the Transatlantic Debate over Slavery
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Defiant Haiti: Free-Soil Runaways, Ship Seizures and the Politics of Diplomatic Non-Recognition in the Early Nineteenth Century
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Creolizing Freedom: French–Creole Translations of Liberty and Equality in the Haitian Revolution
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Slave Crucibles: Interstate Migrants and Social Assimilation in the Antebellum South
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Beyond Profitability: The Dutch Transatlantic Slave Trade and its Economic Impact
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The Indian Ocean in Transatlantic Slavery
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Social Dismemberment, Social (Re)membering: Obeah Idioms, Kromanti Identities and the Trans-Atlantic Politics of Memory, c. 1675–Present
vol. 35 (4): 537-558
‘I Know This Scheme is from God:’ Toward a Reconsideration of the Origins of the American Colonization Society
vol. 35 (4): 559-575
Why the Danes Got There First – A Trans-Imperial Study of the Abolition of the Danish Slave Trade in 1792
vol. 35 (4): 576-592
Democracy, Civil Society and Antislavery in Tocquevillian Perspective
vol. 35 (4): 593-610
Blood-Stained Sugar: Gender, Commerce and the British Slave-Trade Debates
vol. 35 (4): 611-628
The Curious Case of Mary Hylas: Wives, Slaves and the Limits of British Abolitionism
vol. 35 (4): 629-651
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