TOC: Slavery & Abolition 30:2

FSLA

Volume 30:2 is a special issue called  “Remembering Slave Trade Abolitions: Reflections on 2007 in International Perspective”.

Guest Editors:  Diana Paton and Jane Webster.

The table of contents is available here.  More information on the journal is available here.

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Introduction
Remembering Slave Trade Abolitions: Reflections on 2007 in International Perspective
Diana Paton; Jane Webster
Pages 161 – 167

Articles PART 1: PLACE, LOCALITY AND COMMEMORATION
‘Do You Remember the Days of Slav’ry?’ Connecting the Present with the Past in Contemporary Jamaica
Annie Paul
Pages 169 – 178

Barbados and the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade
Karl Watson
Pages 179 – 195
Reflections in a Shattered Glass: The British Council’s Celebrations of the Bicentenary of the 1807 Act for the Abolition of the Slave Trade in Ghana
Manu Herbstein
Pages 197 – 207

The Slave Trade in Northern Ghana: Landmarks, Legacies and Connections
Benjamin W. Kankpeyeng
Pages 209 – 221

Articles PART 2: LOCAL LEGACIES IN BRITAIN
Remembering Slavery and Abolition in Bristol
Madge Dresser
Pages 223 – 246

Black Voices and Absences in the Commemorations of Abolition in North East England
Sheree Mack
Pages 247 – 257

Bringing it Home: Making Local Meaning in 2007 Bicentenary Exhibitions
Geoffrey Cubitt
Pages 259 – 275

Articles PART 3: COMMEMORATION IN PRACTICE
Interpreting the Bicentenary in Britain
Diana Paton
Pages 277 – 289

Revealing Histories, Dialogising Collections: Museums and Galleries in North West England Commemorating the Abolition of the Slave Trade
Alan Rice
Pages 291 – 309

The Unredeemed Object: Displaying Abolitionist Artefacts in 2007
Jane Webster
Pages 311 – 325

The Brooks Slave Ship Icon: A ‘Universal Symbol’?
Jacqueline Francis
Pages 327 – 338

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