TOC: Journal of Global Slavery 2, 3 (2017): The Iberian Slave Trade: A Global Perspective

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Journal of Global Slavery 2, 3 (Jan 2017): Special Issue: The Iberian Slave Trade: A Global Perspective

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Table of Contents

 

Introduction: The Iberian Slave Trade

    By: Tatiana Seijas and Roquinaldo Ferreira

    Pages: 217–220

   

Portuguese Encomenderos de Negros and the Slave Trade within Mexico, 1600–1675

    By: Pablo Miguel Sierra Silva

    Pages: 221–247

 

Interwoven: Slaving in the Southern Atlantic under the Union of the Iberian Crowns, 1580–1640

    By: Kara D. Schultz

    Pages: 248–272

 

Financing the Luso-Atlantic Slave Trade, 1500–1840: Collective Investment Practices from Portugal to Brazil

    By: Mary E. Hicks

    Pages: 273–309

 

Baculamento or Encomienda? Legal Pluralisms and the Contestation of Power in the Pan-Atlantic World of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

    By: Toby Green

    Pages: 310–336

   

Epilogue: Appreciation and Response: Historical Paths Forward from Here

    By: Joseph C. Miller

    Pages: 337–377

 

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