INTERVIEW: Rice x Caryl Phillips on African Atlantic Memory

Alan Rice. “A Home for Ourselves in the World: Caryl Phillips on Slave Forts and Manillas as African Atlantic Sites of Memory.” Atlantic Studies 9, no. 3 (2012): 363–372. Abstract "This interview with the black Atlantic writer Caryl Phillips focuses on his non-fiction works and interrogates his ideas on the African diaspora and memorialisation, paying … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Rice x Caryl Phillips on African Atlantic Memory

TOC: Slavery & Abolition 30:2

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. *** Introduction Remembering Slave Trade Abolitions: Reflections on 2007 in International Perspective Diana Paton; Jane Webster … Continue reading TOC: Slavery & Abolition 30:2