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Transforming Atlantic slaving: trade, warfare and territorial control in Angola, 1650-1800
This dissertation examines slaving in Angola between 1650 and 1800 by focusing on trade, warfare and territorial control. The work begins by analyzing the decline of the exports of slaves from LuandaExpand
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Cross-Cultural Exchange in the Atlantic World: Angola and Brazil during the Era of the Slave Trade
1. An expedition to the kingdom of Holo 2. Can vassals be enslaved? 3. Tribunal de Mucanos 4. Slavery and society 5. Religion and culture 6. Echoes of Brazil Epilogue: 7. Rebalancing Atlantic history.
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11. The Suppression of the Slave Trade and Slave Departures from Angola, 1830s–1860s
Th is article deals with the process of abolishing the transatlantic slave trade in Angola in the fi rst half of the nineteenth century. It breaks down the Angolan slave trade into threeExpand
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Slave flights and runaway communities in Angola (17th-19th centuries)
This article explores slave resistance in Angola by focusing on slave flights and the formation of runaway communities during the era of the transatlantic slave trade from the seventeenth to theExpand
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Atlantic Microhistories: Mobility, Personal Ties, and Slaving in the Black Atlantic World (Angola and Brazil)
This chapter investigates the microdynamics of the social, cultural, and commercial networks that underpinned slaving in Angola in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. To that end, it usesExpand
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This riveting book poses serious methodological challenges to the field of history in general, as well as being a major contribution to the discrete fields of south Asian history, global history andExpand