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Essay Review Erin Stewart Mauldin (2024)
Enslavers’ Big Lie: Debunking the Relationship of Climate and Slavery. Agricultural History. (/isis/citation/CBB851683624/) unapi

Article Bronwen Everill; Khadidiatou Diedhiou (Summer 2023)
Profiting from Slavery and Emancipation: Compensation, Capital, and Collateral in Nineteenth-Century Senegal. Business History Review (pp. 335-361). (/isis/citation/CBB737397090/) unapi

Article Leigh Gardner (Summer 2023)
Slavery, Coercion, and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Business History Review (pp. 199-223). (/isis/citation/CBB850897454/) unapi

Article Nicholas Radburn (Summer 2023)
The British Gunpowder Industry and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Business History Review (pp. 363-384). (/isis/citation/CBB139174713/) unapi

Article Ruud Stelten; Konrad A. Antczak (2023)
Life at the Salty Edge of Empire: The Maritime Cultural Landscape at the Orange Saltpan on Bonaire, 1821–1960. International Journal of Historical Archaeology (pp. 543-573). (/isis/citation/CBB033251691/) unapi

Article Justene Hill Edwards (Summer 2023)
“This Slavery Business Is a Horrible Thing”: The Economy of American Slavery in the Lives of the Enslaved. Business History Review (pp. 307-334). (/isis/citation/CBB844471613/) unapi

Article Editors (Summer 2023)
Editor's Note. Business History Review (pp. 195-198). (/isis/citation/CBB954075396/) unapi

Article Isabel Cole; Walter A. Friedman (Summer 2023)
A Guide to the History of Industrial Slavery in the United States. (Research Note). Business History Review (pp. 385-409). (/isis/citation/CBB850154920/) unapi

Article Laura Elizabeth Smith; E. Allen Driggers (2023)
‘Ex Pede Herculem’: Sloths, Slavery, and Southern Fossil Collection in The Nineteenth Century. Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society (pp. 63-83). (/isis/citation/CBB397135024/) unapi

Article Richard F. Veit; Nicola Kelly; Sean McHugh; et al. (2023)
“Not Unmindful of the Unfortunate”: Finding the Forgotten through Archaeology at the Orange Valley Hospital for the Enslaved. International Journal of Historical Archaeology (pp. 51-80). (/isis/citation/CBB891829727/) unapi

Article Parisa Vaziri (2023)
Tracing Absence. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 106-108). (/isis/citation/CBB303239127/) unapi

Article Elise A. Mitchell (2023)
On Slavery, Medicine, Speculation, and the Archive. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 82-85). (/isis/citation/CBB114960845/) unapi

Book Kathleen M. Brown (2023)
Undoing Slavery: Bodies, Race, and Rights in the Age of Abolition. (/isis/citation/CBB065925879/) unapi

Article Oscar de la Torre (2023)
"An Excellent Hunter": Environmental Creolization and the Paths to Freedom in Nineteenth-Century Amazonia. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History. (/isis/citation/CBB677180236/) unapi

Article Michael Harrigan (2023)
Confinement, Environment, and Slave Ships in Early Modern Ocean Voyages. French Historical Studies (pp. 57-88). (/isis/citation/CBB591435065/) unapi

Book Katherine Johnston (2022)
The Nature of Slavery: Environment and Plantation Labor in the Anglo-Atlantic World. (/isis/citation/CBB692394504/) unapi

Article Mary Elizabeth Ibarrola (2022)
Negotiating Freedom in Florida: A Study of Ethnogenesis and Resistance at Three Nineteenth-Century Florida Sites. International Journal of Historical Archaeology (pp. 647-714). (/isis/citation/CBB176143553/) unapi

Article Yulia Frumer (2022)
Manufacturing hands: robot fingers and human labour in post-war Japan. History and Technology (pp. 239-256). (/isis/citation/CBB419061742/) unapi

Article John Schofield (2022)
Buildings in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666. International Journal of Historical Archaeology (pp. 401-433). (/isis/citation/CBB225664370/) unapi

Book Henry Louis Gates Jr; Andrew S. Curran (2022)
Who’s Black and Why?: A Hidden Chapter from the Eighteenth-Century Invention of Race. (/isis/citation/CBB584439647/) unapi


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