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The International Slave Trade Colloquium, Nantes, July 8–12, 1985

  • P.C. Emmer

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1 Engerman, Stanley L. and Genovese, Eugene D. eds., Race and Slavery in the Western Hemisphere. Quantitative Studies (Princeton 1975).Minchinton, Walter E. et al., La Traite des noirs par I'Atlantique. Nouvelles approches = The Atlantic Slave Trade. New Approaches (Paris 1976).Gemery, Henry A. and Hogendorn, Jan S. eds.,The Uncommon Market. Essays in the Economic History of the Atlantic Slave Trade (New York 1979).Rubin, Vera and Tuden, Arthur eds., Comparative Perspectives on Slavery in New World Plantation Societies (New York 1977).Bolt, Christine and Dtescher, Seymour eds., Anti-Slavery, Religion and Reform. Essays in Memory of Roger Anstey (Folke-stone 1980).Eltis, David and Walvin, James eds., TheAbolition of the Atlantic Slave Trade. Origins and Effects in Europe, Africa and the America's (Wisconsin 1981).

2 Einmer, P.C. et al., Colonialism and Migration. Indentured Labour Before and After Slavery. Comparative Studies in Overseas History 7 (Dordrecht 1986); andMiège, Jean-Louis, Indentured Labour in the Indian Ocean and the Particular Case of Mauritius. Intercontinenta 5 (Leiden 1986).

3 Saunders, Kay ed., Indentured Làbour in the British Empire, 1834–1920 (London and Canberra 1984); andMarks, Simla and Richardson, Peter eds., International Labour Migration. Historical Perspectives (London 1984).

The International Slave Trade Colloquium, Nantes, July 8–12, 1985

  • P.C. Emmer

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