Dear H-Slavery Subscribers,
I know some of you may be interested in this special issue of the Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies on "Slavery in Early Modern East, Inner, and Southeast Asia." A fuller announcement is here, at our neighbors H-Asia: https://networks.h-net.org/node/22055/discussions/11649852/toc-hjas-8112-special-issue-sla...
Assoc. Professor of History, UNM
The latest issue of African Economic History is out! This special issue is edited by Mohammed Bashir Salau and Toyin Falola. It commemorates the work and mentorship of Professor Paul E. Lovejoy, focused on issues related to slavery across the African continent. See the table of contents below.
African Economic History Vol. 49, No. 1
Special Issue: Unraveling Aspects of African Economic History:
Essays in Honor of Paul E. Lovejoy
We are pleased to announce the publication of the Special Issue: PANDEMIC, PLAGUE, PESTILENCE and the TROPICS edited by Anita Lundberg, Kalala Ngalamulume, Jean Segata, Arbaayah Ali Termizi & Chrystopher J. Spicer.
Published in eTropic: electronic journal of studies in the Tropics (free, open access, Scopus Q2)
The Muslim World
Volume 110, Issue 3
Special Issue: Black Muslim Portraiture in the Modern Atlantic
Table of Contents
Issue Edited by:
The Art of Black Muslim Lives
H-Net and H-Slavery Colleagues,
The new issue of the journal Opera historica 21 (2020), Nr. 1 brings a discussion on Dan Edelstein´s book on natural rights in France and abolitionism. The contributors include distinguished French historians Olivier Grenouilleau (expert on the slave trade and abolitionism), Thérence Carvalho (expert on the physiocrats), Emmanuelle de Champs (expert on Bentham´s legal philosophy), from the Czech historian Ivo Cerman (natural law) and responses from Dan Edelstein.
The latest special issue of African Economic History is out, from the University of Wisconsin Press. See the table of contents below.
Vol. 48, No. 1: Biography and Economics
Histoire sociale / Social History est fier d’annoncer la parution du numéro spéciale « Esclavage, mémoire et pouvoir : La France et ses anciennes colonies » dir. Audra A. Diptée et Myriam Cottias, Vol. LIII, No 107.
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