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Transformations in Slavery: A History of Slavery in Africa
This history of African slavery from the fifteenth to the early twentieth centuries examines how indigenous African slavery developed within an international context. Paul E. Lovejoy discusses theExpand
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Slavery in Dutch South Africa
List of illustrations, map and figures List of tables Acknowledgements Abbreviations 1. The study of Cape slavery 2. The creation and growth of a slave society 3. Slave labour and the Cape economy 4.Expand
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Slavery and Colonial Rule in French West Africa
1. Slavery in the Western Sudan 2. Abolition and retreat: Senegal, 1848-1876 3. Slavery, slave-trading and social revolution 4. Senegal after Briere 5. Conquest of the Sudan: Desbordes to ArchinardExpand
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Merchant Capital and the Roots of State Power in Senegal, 1930-1985
In most post-colonial regimes in sub-Saharan Africa, state power has been used to structure economic production in ways that have tended to produce economic stagnation rather than growth. In thisExpand
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The Impact of the Atlantic Slave Trade on the Societies of the Western Sudan
  • M. Klein
  • Political Science
  • 22 January 1990
Studies of the history of the Atlantic slave trade in Africa have focused on demography and within it on the number of slaves exported from Africa (Curtin 1969; Lovejoy 1982, 1983; Manning 1981).Expand
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  • M. Klein
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of African History
  • 1 March 2001
This article, based on a review of the relevant literature, argues that the analyses of Andrew Hubbell and Walter Hawthorne can be extended to a general interpretation of the impact of the slaveExpand
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The Concept of Honour and the Persistence of Servility in the Western Soudan
  • M. Klein
  • Political Science
  • 19 December 2005
RESUMELa notion d'honneur et la persistance de la servitude au Soudan occidental.Cet article tente d'expliquer pourquoi certains vestiges de l'esclavage subsistent dans le Soudan occidental (Senegal,Expand
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Studying the History of Those Who Would Rather Forget: Oral History and the Experience of Slavery
Research on oral history tends to be concerned with two very different types of sources. I would refer to them as oral traditions and oral data. Oral traditions are formally preserved, not always asExpand
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