JAAH 93:4: Special Issue on the End of the Slave Trade

The Journal of African American History volume 93:4 is a special issue commemorating the bicentennial of the outlawing of the Atlantic slave trade by the United States. First paragraph steal from the introduction by journal editor and Distinguished Professor of History at the University of California, Riverside V. P. Franklin: "The year 2008 marks the … Continue reading JAAH 93:4: Special Issue on the End of the Slave Trade

Black Atlantic Political Culture (Anglophone)

Van Gosse. “As a Nation, the English Are Our Friends: The Emergence of African American Politics in the British Atlantic World, 1772-1861.” The American Historical Review 113, no. 4 (October 1, 2008): 1003-1028. First paragraph: We know little about David Walker. Yet in his day, he was the most notorious black man in the United … Continue reading Black Atlantic Political Culture (Anglophone)