Atlantic Slave Trade Conference Collected Papers

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Atlantic Slave Trade Conference Collected Papers
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Call Number: UA2
Dates: 1988
Physical Description: 1 box
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
Collection Overview
Title: Atlantic Slave Trade Conference Collected Papers
Call Number: UA2
Dates: 1988
Physical Description: 1 box
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Biographical/Historical Note
The conference entitled "The Atlantic Slave Trade: Who Gained and Who Lost?" was hosted by the University of Rochester Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies from October 21-23, 1988. Financial support was provided by the departments of History and Economics, as well as the Ford Foundation. Other activities during the conference included discussions and a lecture delivered by Professor William Darity to University of Rochester students on the topic "Winners and Losers in the Atlantic Slave Trade."

Scope and Content
The Atlantic Slave Trade Conference Collected Papers is organized in the order in which the papers were presented. Please note that some papers are drafts. The finished papers (with the exception of Fenoaltea's "Europe in the African Mirror") were published in the book The Atlantic Slave Trade: Effects on Economies, Societies, and Peoples in Africa, the Americas, and Europe , edited by Joseph E. Inikori and Stanley L. Engerman.

Access
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Use
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Citation
[Item title, item date], Atlantic Slave Trade Conference Collected Papers, UA2, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
Administrative Information
Author: Finding aid prepared by Rare Books and Special Collections staff
Publisher: University of Rochester Archives
Address: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation
River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
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Rochester, New York 14627-0055
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Content List
Box 1, Folder 1Program
Box 1, Folder 2Joseph C. Miller, "A History of Comparative Disadvantage: The Eighteenth-Century Angolan Slave Trade" (University of Virginia)
Box 1, Folder 3Jan Hogendorn and Paul Lovejoy, "Sir Frederick Lugard's Policies Toward Slavery in Northern Nigeria" (Colby College and York University)
Box 1, Folder 4Johannes M. Postma, "The Dispersal of African Slaves in the West by Dutch Slave Traders, 1630-1803" (Mankato State University)
Box 1, Folder 5Martin A. Klein, "The Atlantic Slave Trade and Socio-Political Structure: The Case of Western Soudan" (University of Toronto)
Box 1, Folder 6Patrick Manning, "Projecting Slave Migration: A Simulation Approach" (Northeastern University)
Box 1, Folder 7Stefano Fenoaltea, "Europe in the African Mirror: The Slave Trade and the Rise of Feudalism"
Box 1, Folder 8William Darity, Jr., "British Industry and West India Plantations" (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Box 1, Folder 9Seymour Drescher, "The Ending of the Slave Trade and the Evolution of European 'Scientific' Racism"
Box 1, Folder 10Joseph E. Inikori, "Slavery and the Revolution in Cotton Textile Production in England" (Ahmadu Bello University/University of Rochester)
Box 1, Folder 11Ralph A. Austen, "Private Tooth Decay as Public Economic Virtue: The Slave-Sugar Triangle, Consumerism, and European Industrialization" (University of Chicago)
Box 1, Folder 12Ronald Bailey, "The Slave(ry) Trade and the Economic Rise of Early America" (University of Mississippi)
Box 1, Folder 13Clarence E. Grim and Thomas W. Wilson, "Salt, Slavery, Survival and the Greater Prevalence of Hypertension in Western Hemisphere Blacks: A Theory of Unnatural Selection" (Charles R. Dew University of Medicine and Science)
Box 1, Folder 14K.F. Kiple and Brian Higgins, "Mortality Caused by Dehydration During the Middle Passage" (Bowling Green State University)
Box 1, Folder 15David Barry Gaspar, "The Slave Trade, Resistance and Compensation in Antigua (Leeward Islands) in the 1720s" (Duke University)


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