Vol 38, No 1 (2007)

January 2007

anglo-caribbean slavery

Table of Contents

Editorial

Notes from the Editor: Endings to Slavery
 
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Guest Editorial

Introduction: Anglo-Caribbean Slavery
Sara Salih, Candace Ward
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Articles

“Slavery was a long, long time ago”: Remembrance, Reconciliation and the Reparations Discourse in the Caribbean
Hilary McD Beckles
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“The Power that Giveth Liberty and Freedom”: The Barbadian Origins of Quaker Anti-Slavery Rhetoric
Brycchan Carey
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“What Time Has Proved”: History, Rebellion, and Revolution in Hamel the Obeah Man
Candace Ward
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“Too oft allur’d by Ethiopic charms”? Sex, Slaves and Society in John Singleton’s A General Description of the West-Indian Islands (1767)
John Gilmore
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Filling Up the Space Between Mankind and Ape: Racism, Speciesism and the Androphilic Ape
Sara Salih
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Mark McWatt in Conversation about Suspended Sentences: Fictions of Atonement
Pamela McCallum, Aritha van Herk
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Perspectives

Postcolonial Performance
Patricia Krus
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Reviews

Gerhard Stilz, ed. Colonies, Missions, Cultures in the English-Speaking World: General and Comparative Studies.
D.C.R.A. Goonetilleke
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Michael Keevak. The Pretended Asian: George Psalmanazar’s Eighteenth-Century Formosan Hoax.
Jonathan Ball
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Other

Front matter
 
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