By Gwyn Campbell
This crucial number of essays examines the background and influence of the abolition of the slave alternate and slavery within the Indian Ocean international, a quarter stretching from Southern and japanese Africa to the center East, India, Southeast Asia and the a ways East. Slavery experiences have routinely targeting the Atlantic slave exchange and slavery within the Americas. compared, the Indian Ocean global slave alternate has been little explored, even though it begun a few 3,500 years prior to the Atlantic slave exchange and persists to the current day. This quantity, which follows a suite of essays The constitution of Slavery in Indian Ocean Africa and Asia (Frank Cass, 2004), examines many of the abolitionist impulses, indigenous and ecu, within the Indian Ocean international through the 19th and 20th centuries. It assesses their efficacy inside of a context of a growing to be call for for labour as a result of an increasing foreign economic system and eu colonisation. The essays express that during employing definitions of slavery derived from the yankee version, ecu brokers within the area didn't become aware of or intentionally overlooked different kinds of slavery, and therefore the abolitionist impulse was once in simple terms in part profitable with the slave exchange nonetheless carrying on with this day in lots of elements of the Indian Ocean international.
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116 Sheriff, ‘The Slave Trade and Its Fallout’; Warren, ‘The Structure of Slavery’; see also Campbell, ‘Slavery and Fanompoana’ and for a pre-nineteenth-century example, Hoadley, ‘Slavery, Bondage and Dependency’, pp. 91–117. g. Boomgaard, ‘Human Capital’; Campbell, ‘The State and Pre-colonial Demographic History’. 118 Campbell, ‘The State and Pre-colonial Demographic History’. 119 Reid, ‘Introduction’, p. 11. 120 Chatterjee, ‘Abolition by Denial’. ; Patnaik, ‘Introduction’, pp. 29–30. 122 Patnaik, ‘Introduction’, pp.
237–8, 246–7. 155 Sheriff, ‘The Slave Trade and Its Fallout’. g. Mirzai, ‘African Presence in Iran: Identity and Its Reconstruction in the 19th and 20th Centuries’, Revue française d’histoire d’outre-mer 89, 336–7 (2002), pp. 229– 46. 157 Miers, ‘Slavery and the Slave Trade’. 2 Indian Ocean slavery and its demise in the Cape Colony Nigel Worden The Cape Colony may seem an odd candidate for inclusion in a book on slave systems of Asia and the Indian Ocean. Where comparisons are made between the Cape and other slave systems, they are usually in terms of the Atlantic world where the similarities of settler agrarian communities using imported slave labour seem most evident.
The Structure of Slavery, pp. ), The Structure of Slavery, pp. ), Breaking the Chains. 37 Warren, ‘Structure of Slavery’. g. ), Breaking the Chains, pp. 15–20. g. Sheriff, ‘The Slave Trade and Its Fallout’; William Clarence-Smith, ‘Islam and the Abolition of the Slave Trade and Slavery in the Indian Ocean’ in this volume; Mirzai, ‘The 1848 Abolitionist Farmān’; Michael Salman, The Meaning of Slavery: The Genealogy of “an Insult to the American Government and to the Filipino People” in this volume.
Abolition and Its Aftermath in the Indian Ocean, Africa and Asia (Studies in Slave and Post-Slave Societies and Cultures) by Gwyn Campbell