The Routledge History of Slavery

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  • The Routledge History of Slavery i
  • The Routledge Histories ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part 1 - Slavery as a Global Institution 17
  • 1 - Greek and Roman Slavery 19
  • 2 - Slavery in Africa 35
  • 3 - Slavery in the Indian Ocean World 52
  • 4 - The Origins of Slavery in the Americas, 1500–1700 64
  • 5 - The Atlantic Slave Trade 80
  • Part 2 - The Character of Slavery 100
  • 6 - Work and the Slave Economy 102
  • 7 - The Demography of Slavery 120
  • 8 - Gender and Family Life 139
  • 9 - Remembered Pasts African Atlantic Religions 154
  • 10 - Slave Culture 171
  • 11 - The Planter Class 187
  • 12 - Resistance to Slavery 204
  • 13 - Slave Rebellions 220
  • 14 - Freecoloureds 234
  • 15 - Race Relations in Slave Societies 248
  • Part 3 - Changes and Continuities 265
  • 16 - Slavery in the Age of Revolution 267
  • 17 - Abolition of the Atlantic Slave Trade 281
  • 18 - Forging Freedom 298
  • 19 - Emancipation Day Traditions in the Anglo-Atlantic World 314
  • 20 - Modern Slavery 331
  • Index 347
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