Special Issue of The Journal of the Civil War Era, on "The Future of Abolition Studies"

The June 2018 special issue of The Journal of the Civil War Era is now available, focusing on "The Future of Abolition Studies."

It includes a guest editor's note by Manisha Sinha, as well as book reviews, plus the following articles:

Joseph Yannielli, "Mo Tappan: Transnational Abolitionism and the Making of a Mende-American Town"

Natalie Joy, "The Indian's Cause: Abolitionists and Native American Rights"

Call For Papers: International Conference on Forced Migration and Environment in the Indian Ocean World, Past to Present (Montréal, Canada) 7-8 December 2018)

Call for Papers

International Conference on

“Forced Migration and Environment in the Indian Ocean World, past to present”

Indian Ocean World Centre (IOWC), McGill University

7-8 December 2018

Hosted by the Indian Ocean World Centre (IOWC), McGill University, in collaboration with the University of Glasgow

CONF: Visualizing Blackness in Latin America and the Caribbean, 16th-19th Centuries (London, 29-30 May 2018)

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London, 29-30 May 2018

Visualizing Blackness in Latin America and the Caribbean, 16th-19th Centuries

African American Civil War Soldiers

We'd like to announce the launch of a new crowd-sourcing transcription project, African American Civil War Soldiers. We are building a comprehensive database of the estimated 200,000 soldiers who fought for their freedom in the American Civil War. We are currently transcribing the soldiers military records and hope to later include the pension records of surviving veterans.

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