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THE DIASPORA OF AFRICANS LIBERATED FROM SLAVE SHIPS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
This article uses the extensive documentation of Africans liberated from slave vessels to explore issues of identity and freedom in the nineteenth-century Atlantic world. It tracks the size, origin,Expand
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Araujo, Ana Lucia, Reparations for Slavery and the Slave Trade: A Transnational and Comparative History
Waves of protest against racial injustice have once again placed discussions about reparations for slavery and the slave trade under a bright spotlight. At least two implicit assumptions have frame...
Rituals of Resistance: African Atlantic Religion in Kongo and the Lowcountry South in the Era of Slavery (review)
was rampant and cause for much resentment by their enslaved victims. Bonds of affection and desire for personal profit could threaten masters’ designs, however. Forret provides examples of poorExpand
The transatlantic Muslim diaspora to Latin America in the nineteenth century
Abstract Since the 16th century, African Muslims figured prominently among the slave population of the Americas. While the number of Muslims pulled into the trade has always been a matter ofExpand
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