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Caribbean slavery in the Atlantic world : a student reader

[editors], Verene A. Shepherd, Hilary McD. Beckles.
  • Kingston, Jamaica : Ian Randle ; Oxford : James Currey ; Princeton, NJ : M. Weiner, 2000.
  • Rev. and expanded ed.
  • xix, 1120 pages : illustrations maps ; 26 cm.
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Contents
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  • 1. How Europe Became the Dominant Section of a World-wide Trade System / Walter Rodney
  • 2. Before Columbus: Portugal's African Prelude to the Middle Passage and Contribution to Discourse on Race and Slavery / A. J. R. Russell-Wood
  • 3. Constituent Elements of Slavery / Orlando Patterson
  • 4. Madeira and the Beginnings of New World Sugar Cane Cultivation and Plantation Slavery: A Study in Institution Building / Sidney M. Greenfield
  • 5. Birth of an Atlantic World / John Thornton
  • 6. On the Contact Population of Hispaniola: History as Higher Mathematics / David Henige
  • 7. Amerindian-European Relations in Dutch Guyana / Alvin O. Thompson
  • 8. First Impressions: Europeans and Island Caribs in the Pre-Colonial Era, 1492-1623 / Philip P. Boucher
  • 9. Kalinago (Carib) Resistance to European Colonization of the Caribbean / Hilary McD. Beckles
  • 10. Caribs of St. Vincent: A Study in Imperial Maladministration, 1763-1773 / J. Paul Thomas
  • 11. Early Hispanic New World Agriculture, 1492-1509 / David Watts
  • 12. Imperialism and Slavery / Franklin Knight
  • 13. Ambivalent Allies: Anglo-Dutch Relations and the Struggle Against the Spanish Empire in the Caribbean, 1621-1641 / Paul E. Kopperman
  • 14. Trade, Plunder and Economic Development in Early English Jamaica, 1655-89 / Nuala Zahedieh
  • 15. France, the Antilles, and Europe in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Renewals of Foreign Trade / Paul Butel
  • 16. Why sugar? Economic Cycles and the Changing of Staples in the English and French Antilles, 1624-1654 / Robert C. Batie
  • 17. 'Riotous and Unruly Lot': Irish Indentured Servants and Freemen in the English West Indies, 1644-1713 / Hilary McD. Beckles
  • 18. Economics of the Transition to the Black Labour System in Barbados, 1630-1680 / Hilary McD. Beckles and Andrew Downes
  • 19. Livestock and Sugar:: Aspects of Jamaica's Agricultural Development from the Late Seventeenth to the Early Nineteenth Century / Verene A. Shepherd
  • 20. Transformation of Cuban Agriculture, 1763-1838 / Franklin Knight
  • 21. Origins of Plantation Growth in Puerto Rico / Francisco Scarano
  • 22. Slave Trade and the Atlantic Economies, 1451-1870 / Joseph E. Inikori
  • 23. Silver and Situados: New Spain and the Financing of the Spanish Empire in the Caribbean in the Eighteenth Century / Carlos Marichal and Matilde Souto Mantecon
  • 24. Origins of the Commission System in the West India Trade / K. G. Davies
  • 25. French West Indian Sugar Business / Robert Stein
  • 26. United States and the British West Indian Trade, 1783-1807 / Selwyn H. H. Carrington
  • 27. Trade and Exchange in Jamaica in the Period of Slavery / Verene A. Shepherd
  • 28. Physical and Economic Environments / B. W. Higman
  • 29. Women Field Workers in Jamaica During Slavery / Lucille Mathurin Mair
  • 30. Slavery in a Plantation Society / Franklin Knight
  • 31. Slavery in Martinique in the French Caribbean / Dale Tomich
  • 32. Slavery in Three West Indian Towns / N. A. T. Hall
  • 33. Capitalism and Slavery / Eric Williams
  • 34. French Capitalism and Caribbean Slavery / C. L. R. James
  • 35. Slavery and Lagging Capitalism in the Spanish and Portuguese American Empires, 1492-1713 / Franklin Knight
  • 36. Mercantilism, Slavery and the Industrial Revolution / William A. Darity, Jr.
  • 37. Plantations in the Caribbean: Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic in the late Nineteenth Century / Manuel Moreno Fraginals
  • 38. Sweet and the Bitter: Cuban and Puerto Rican Responses to the mid-Nineteenth Century Sugar Challenge / Luis Fernandez-Martinez
  • 39. Early Use of Steam Power in the Jamaican Sugar industry, 1768-1810 / Veront M. Satchell
  • 40. Slave Prices in Cuba, 1840-1875 / Laird W. Bergad
  • 41. Pro-Slavery Ideology / Gordon Lewis
  • 42. West Indian Slave Laws of the Eighteenth Century / Elsa V. Goveia
  • 43. Trinidad's Freecoloureds in Comparative Caribbean Perspectives / Carl Campbell
  • 44. Livestock Farmers and Marginality in Jamaica's Sugar Plantation Society / Verene A. Shepherd
  • 45. Cuban Sugar Planters, 1790-1820: "The Most Solid and Brilliant Bourgeoisie Class in all of Latin America" / Anton L. Allahar
  • 46. "Women Without History": Slavery and the International Politics of Partis Sequiter Ventrem in the Spanish Caribbean / Joseph C. Dorsey
  • 47. White Women and Slavery in the Caribbean / Hilary McD. Beckles
  • 48. Women's Work, Family Formation and Reproduction among Caribbean Slaves / Marrietta Morrissey
  • 49. Female Slave in Cuba During the First Half of the Nineteenth Century / Digna Castaneda
  • 50. Property Rights in Pleasure: The Marketing of Enslaved Women's Sexuality / Hilary McD. Beckles
  • 51. Gender and Representation in European Accounts of Pre-emancipation Jamaica / Verene A. Shepherd
  • 52. Slave Religion on the Vossenburg Plantation (Suriname) and Missionaries' Reaction / Humphrey E. Lamur
  • 53. Slaves Use of Their 'Free' Time in the Danish Virgin Islands in the Later Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century / N. A. T. Hall
  • 54. Economic Life of Their Own: Slaves as Commodity Producers and Distributors in Barbados / Hilary McD. Beckles
  • 55. Other Face of Slave Labour: Provision Grounds and Internal Marketing in Martinique / Dale W. Tomich
  • 56. Origins of the Jamaican Internal Marketing System / Sidney Mintz and Douglas Hall
  • 57. Chattel Slaves into Wage Slaves: a Jamaican Case Study / Mary Turner
  • 58. Deficiency Diseases in the Caribbean / Kenneth F. Kiple and Virginia H. Kiple
  • 59. Death, Disease and Medicine on the Jamaican Slave Plantations: the Example of Worthy Park / Michael Craton
  • 60. Demographic Performance of Two Slave Plantations of the Dutch-speaking Caribbean / Humphrey E. Lamur
  • 61. Life of Olaudah Equiano / Olaudah Equiano
  • 62. Autobiography of a Runaway Slave / Esteban Montejo
  • 63. History of Mary Prince: A West Indian Slave Related by Herself / Mary Prince
  • 64. Speeches and Letters of Touissaint L'Overture / Touissaint L'Overture
  • 65. Caribbean Anti-Slavery: The Self-Liberation Ethos of Enslaved Blacks / Hilary McD. Beckles
  • 66. Caliban Ariel and Unprospero in the Conflict of Creolization: a Study of the Slave Revolt in Jamaica in 1831-32 / Kamau Brathwaite
  • 67. Liberation Struggles on Livestock Farms in Jamaica During Slavery / Verene A. Shepherd
  • 68. Maritime Maroons: Grand Marronage from the Danish West Indies / N. A. T. Hall
  • 69. Slave Resistance in Guadeloupe and Martinique, 1791-1848 / Bernard Moitt
  • 70. African Soldiers in the Haitian Revolution / John K. Thornton
  • 71. San Domingo Masses Begin / C. L. R. James
  • 72. St. Domingue Slave Insurrection of 1791: A Socio-Political and Cultural Analysis / Carolyn E. Fick
  • 73. Rebel Woman in the British West Indies During Slavery / Lucille Mathurin Mair
  • 74. Persistent Rebels: Women and Anti-Slavery Activity / Hilary McD. Beckles
  • 75. Women, Work and Resistance in the French Caribbean During Slavery, 1700-1848 / Bernard Moitt
  • 76. State of the Debate on the Role of Capitalism in the Ending of the Slave System / Selwyn Carrington
  • 77. Antislavery Debate: Capitalism and Abolitionism as a Problem in Historical Interpretation / Seymour Drescher
  • 78. Decline Thesis of British Slavery Since Econocide / Seymour Drescher
  • 79. Victor Schoelcher and Emancipation in the French West Indies / Andre Midas
  • 80. Portrait of the Slave: Ideology and Aesthetics in the Cuban Anti-Slavery Novel / Ivan A. Schulman
  • 81. Explaining Abolition: Contradiction, Adaptation and Challenge in Cuban Slave Society, 1860-1886 / Rebbeca J. Scott.
Other information
  • "This is a revised and expanded edition of the work previously published as Caribbean slave society and economy"--T.p. verso.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN
  • 9768123613 (Randle)
  • 1558761853 (Wiener : pbk. : alk. paper)
  • 0852557671 (Currey : pbk.)
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 99048681
  • OCLC: 42454379