Slavery: annual bibliographical supplement (2016)

  title={Slavery: annual bibliographical supplement (2016)},
  author={Thomas Thurston},
  journal={Slavery \& Abolition},
  pages={781 - 904}
  • T. Thurston
  • Published 2 October 2017
  • History
  • Slavery & Abolition
For 2016 the bibliography continues its coverage of secondary writings published since 1900 in western European languages on slavery or the slave trade anywhere in the world: monographs, notes and articles in scholarly periodicals, substantial reviews and review essays, dissertations, conference papers, and chapters in edited volumes and Festschriften focused primarily on slavery or slave trading. Readers unfamiliar with other technical aspects of the presentation may refer to the notes… 


Slavery and Empire in Central Asia
This dissertation is the first major study of a slave trade that captured up to one million slaves along the Russian and Iranian frontiers over the course of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
The Overly Candid Missionary Historian: C.G.A. Oldendorp’s Theological Ambivalence over Slavery in the Danish West Indies
Shocked and deeply offended, the pietistic preacher and scholar Christian Oldendorp (1721–1787) wrote an indignant letter of protest to the elders of the Moravian Church on 2 June 1777. He had just
The Two Enslavements of Rufina: Slavery and International Relations on the Southern Border of Nineteenth-Century Brazil
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Vassouras Yesterday and Today Revisiting the Work of Stanley J . Stein
In 1957, the publication by Harvard University Press of the book Vassouras: A Brazilian Coffee County, 1850–1900 by Stanley Stein, originally a doctoral thesis, initiated the distinguished career of
Introduction: The historiography of slavery in the Danish-Norwegian West Indies, c. 1950-2016.
This introduction to the special issue ‘Slavery, Servitude and Freedom in the Danish-Norwegian West Indies, 1672–1848’, edited by Niklas Thode Jensen and Vibe Maria Martens, situates the five essays
“A Modern Slave Song:” Reggae Music and the Memory of Slavery
From early ska tunes to modern-day dancehall sounds, Jamaican popular music has been a privileged site for the re/creation and transmission of a communal memory of slavery, within Jamaican society
Slavery and antislavery in Spain's Atlantic empire
Introduction: Colonial Pioneer, Plantation Latecomer Josep M. Fradera and Christopher Schmidt-Nowara Chapter 1. The Slave Trade in the Spanish Empire (1501-1808): The Shift from Periphery to Center
Unfreedom: Slavery and Dependence in Eighteenth-Century Boston
Choice Outstanding Academic Title of 2016 In Unfreedom, Jared Ross Hardesty examines the lived experience of slaves in eighteenth-century Boston. Instead of relying on the traditional dichotomy of
The Registers of Liberated Africans of the Havana Slave Trade Commission: Implementation and Policy, 1824–1841
The Registers of Liberated Africans that were compiled in the course of British anti-slave trade suppression contain detailed biographical information for individuals who were liberated from slave
Custom and law: The status of enslaved Africans in seventeenth-century Barbados
ABSTRACT The island of Barbados provides an ideal case study to explore the beginnings of slavery and definitions of slave status in England's early American colonies. Africans and Europeans