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Announcement: Papers of Andrew Jackson Webinar: Ashley Bouknight-Claybrooks, Ph.D., The Power of Preservation: Interpreting Slavery at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage

The Papers of Andrew Jackson project is delighted to announce that the first installment of our 2020-2021 webinar series is scheduled for Wednesday, October 28, at 5pm (eastern). Dr.

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Angelo State University - Assistant Professor of History, 20th

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Boston College - 2021/2022 AADS Dissertation Fellowship

The Alderman Sydney Smith Annual Lecture: Rethinking British anti-Slavery

The Wilberforce Institute at the University of Hull will be hosting a free webinar taking place on 15 October 2020 between 4 pm & 6 pm BST. Professor John Oldfield, former Director of the Wilberforce Institute, is joined by Professor Catherine Hall, Emerita Professor of Modern British Social and Cultural History at University College London, and principal investigator of the Legacies of British Slave Ownership Project.  Professor Oldfield, a specialist in the history of abolition, will reconsider British Anti-Slavery, and Professor Hall will offer a response.

Author: 
P. J. Marshall
Reviewer: 
Trevor Bryant

Bryant on Marshall, 'Edmund Burke and the British Empire in the West Indies: Wealth, Power, and Slavery'

P. J. Marshall. Edmund Burke and the British Empire in the West Indies: Wealth, Power, and Slavery. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 272 pp. $90.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-19-884120-3.

Reviewed by Trevor Bryant (Florida International University) Published on H-Slavery (October, 2020) Commissioned by Andrew J. Kettler (University of California, Los Angeles)

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Macalester College - PROFESSOR AND CHAIR

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