7 edition of Slavery and the rise of the Atlantic system found in the catalog.
by Cambridge University Press, W.E.B. DuBois Institute for Afro-American Research, Harvard University in Cambridge, New York, Cambridge, Mass
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Barbara L. Solow.|
|Contributions||Solow, Barbara L.|
|LC Classifications||HT855 .S58 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 355 p. :|
|Number of Pages||355|
|LC Control Number||90044953|
This section looks at the Atlantic System - the trade of enslaved Africans. It has been broken into two parts – the First Atlantic system which is primarily in the 16th century and has the Spanish and Portuguese trade as its focus and the Second Atlantic system focuses on the English, Portuguese, French and Dutch traders in the 17th century onward. The Rise of African Slavery in the Americas. Author(s): Eltis, David: Reviewer(s): A significant innovation in this book is the way it integrates analyses. of labor and commodity markets in Africa, Europe, and the Americas with between the rise of the Atlantic slave trade and the development of .
Over the past six decades, the historiography of Atlantic slavery and the slave trade has shown remarkable growth and sophistication. Historians have marshalled a vast array of sources and offered rich and compelling explanations for these two great tragedies in human history. The survey of this vibrant scholarly tradition throws light on major theoretical and interpretive shifts over time and. The entries in this volume focus upon the rise and fall of the Atlantic slave system in comparative perspective. The subjects range from the rise of the slave trade in early modern Europe to a comparison of slave trade and the Holocaust of the twentieth century, dealing with both the history and historiography of slavery and : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
WELL THIS latest book, The American Crucible is an overview of the entire rise and fall of the slave regimes of the Americas from the early sixteenth century to the end of the nineteenth century. My previous two books on slavery in the New World covered a substantial part of that period but did not deal with the rise and fall of the nineteenth. The transatlantic slave trade in Africans, reaching its height in the years between and , was of world historic importance. The rise of capitalist classes-eventually to be ruling classes-in the so called Western countries was in no small part due to the outlet the slave trade opened up for the investment of the cash surpluses accrued by merchants, as well as monarchs, aristocrats.
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The inclusion of the New World in the international economy, among the most important events in modern history, was based on slavery. Europeans brought at least eight million black men, women and children out of Africa to the Western Hemisphere between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries, and slavery transformed the Atlantic into a complex trading area.3/5(2).
The inclusion of the New World in the international economy, among the most important events in modern history, was based on slavery. Europeans brought at least eight million black men, women and children out of Africa to the Western Hemisphere between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries, and slavery transformed the Atlantic into a complex trading area.
The essays in this book place slavery in the mainstream of modern history. They describe the transfer of slavery from the Old World, its role in forging the interdependence of the economies bordering the Atlantic, its effect on the empires of Portugal, the Netherlands, France, and 3/5(1).
The essays in this book place slavery in the mainstream of modern history. They describe the transfer of slavery from the Old World, its role in forging the interdependence of the economies bordering the Atlantic, its effect on the empires of Portugal, the Netherlands, France, and.
The role of the Dutch in the creation of the second Atlantic system during the second and third quarters of the seventeenth century is outlined in part II. Part III provides a survey of the Dutch involvement in the slave trade and the use of slave labor in the Dutch colonial economy. Get this from a library.
Slavery and the rise of the Atlantic system. [Barbara L Solow;] -- For review see: Roderick A. McDonald, in The economic historic review: a journal of economic and social history, vol.
46, no. 2 (May ); p. - Hiliary Beckles, in Slavery and Abolition. Slavery and colonization / Barbara L. Solow --The Old World background of slavery in the Americas / William D. Phillips, Jr. --Slavery and lagging capitalism in the Spanish and Portuguese American empires, / Franklin W.
Knight --The Dutch and the making of the second Atlantic system / P.C. Emmer --Precolonial western Africa and the. Slavery and the Rise of the Atlantic System Article in Journal of Latin American Anthropology 4(1) - 21 June with 8 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Dale Graden.
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The Making of an Atlantic World Vista de una Casa de Calderas shows enslaved laborers boiling sugar in large cauldrons in background and, in foreground, whites being served drinks by an enslaved man (left) and sugar pots on table (right).
Cross section of horse-drawn sugar mill (“Comble de Moulin”), with vertical rollers, showing major parts indicated by letters, e.g., N, “bras de moulin. Selwyn H.
Carrington; Slavery and the Rise of the Atlantic System. by Barbara L. Solow. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, viii, pp. $ A second act, the Slavery Abolition Act of made slavery illegal within the British Empire.
Slavery and its abolition in other Atlantic based countries had an uneven history. Mexico and many Latin American countries outlawed slavery altogether during the s.
Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World is a book by American cultural and intellectual historian David Brion Davis, published by Oxford University Press in It recounts the history of slavery in a global context.
It was praised widely as a full and comprehensive rendering of the subject and won the Ralph Waldo Emerson Award. TY - BOOK. T1 - The business of slavery and the rise of American capitalism, – AU - Schermerhorn, Jack. PY - /1/1.
Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Calvin Schermerhorn’s provocative study views the development of modern American capitalism through the. Exploring the paradox of the concurrent development of slavery and freedom in the European domains, The Rise of African Slavery in the Americas provides a fresh interpretation of the development of the English Atlantic slave system/5.
Drawing on new quantitative and qualitative evidence, this study reexamines the rise, transformation, and slow demise of slavery and the slave trade in the Atlantic world. The twelve essays here reveal the legacies and consequences of abolition and chronicle the first formative global human rights movement.
The Rise and Fall of Black Slavery. By C. Duncan Rice. Harper and Row. $ OVER the last ten years the subject of slavery has fairly dominated the field of American history; during the last eight years alone at least five major book awards have been given to books on slavery or anti-slavery.
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The application of Wallerstein’s approach to the Atlantic was put forth in Barbara Solow, ed., Slavery and the Rise of the Atlantic System (Cambridge University Press, ). The essays in this book situate the rise of slavery in the New World and the Atlantic as an integral function of the new international economy.Slavery and primitive accumulation.
CENTRAL TO ERIC Williams' work was the hypothesis that the profits of the 'triangular trade' between Europe, Africa and the New World had "made an enormous contribution to Britain's industrial development".
3 However, this view has been controversial among historians, including Marxists.The Rise of the Atlantic Slave Trade. An Atlantic trade in African slaves began inwhen the Portuguese began to ship slaves from West Africa to Europe. For the next hundred years, the main markets for these slaves were in Europe and the Atlantic islands owned by Portugal and Spain.