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Lecture Reading: Lecture 3

Janet Ewald, ‘Slavery in Africa and the Slave Trades from Africa’, American Historical Review, 97, 2 (1992), pp.465-85. Further reading: Richard Allen, ‘Licentious and Unbridled Proceedings: The Illegal Slave Trade to Mauritius and the Seychelles during the Early Nineteenth Century’, Journal of African History, 42, 1 (2001), pp.91-116. Gwyn Campbell (ed), The Structure of Slavery in Indian Ocean Africa and Asia (Frank Cass, London: 2004). Gwyn Campbell (ed), Abolition and Its Aftermath in Indian Ocean Africa and Asia (Basingstoke, Routledge: 2005). Frederick Cooper, Plantation Slavery on the East Coast of Africa (Yale University Press, New Haven: 1977). Frederick Cooper, From Slaves to Squatters: Plantation Labor and Agriculture in Zanzibar and Coastal Kenya 1890-1925 (Yale University Press, New Haven: 1980). Patricia Curtin, ‘Laboratory for the Oral History of Slavery: The Island of Lamu on the Kenya Coast’, American Historical Review, 88, 4 (1983), pp.858-82. Jan-Georg Deutsch, Emancipation Without Abolition in German East Africa (Oxford, James Currey: 2006). Paul Lovejoy, Transformations in Slavery: A History of Slavery in Africa (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 2000), chapter 10. Suzanne Miers & Richard Roberts (eds.), The End of Slavery in Africa (University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI: 1988). Moses Nwulia, Britain and Slavery in East Africa (Three Continents Press, Washington D.C.: 1975). Claire Robertson & Martin Klein (eds.), Women and Slavery in Africa (Heinemann, Portsmouth NH: 1997). Justin Willis & Suzanne Miers, ‘Child of the House: Incorporation, Authority and Resistance in Griyama Society’, Journal of African History, 38, 3 (1997), pp.479-95.