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Tubman Series on African Diaspora - Forthcoming Titles

 

  • Christopher Innes, Annabel Rutherford and Brigitte Bogar, eds., Carnival – Theory and Practice, 2012

    Edmund Abaka, House of Slaves and “Door of No Return”: Gold Coast Castles and Forts of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 2012

  • Ute Röschenthaler, Purchasing Culture in the Cross River Region of Cameroon and Nigeria, 2010
  • Ana Lucia Araujo, Mariana P. Candido and Paul E. Lovejoy, eds., Crossing Memories: Slavery and African Diaspora, 2010
  • José C. Curto and David V. Trotman, eds. Alcohol in the Atlantic World of Slavery, 2012
  • Myriam Cottias, ed. The Impact of British Abolition in the Third World
  • Martin Klein, Caroyln Brown, and Sandra Greene, eds. Voices of Slavery in West Africa
  • Dario Euraque and Rina Cáceres, eds. Slavery, Citizenship and Memory: Minor Ports in the Caribbean and Atlantic
  • Thorald M. Burnham, Voodoo Republic in the Americas: Haiti in the Long 19th Century
  • David V. Trotman, The Caribbean in the Era of Atlantic Slavery
  • Elisée Soumonni, Dahomey in the Atlantic Slave Trade
  • Audra Diptee and David Trotman, eds. Memory, Public History & Representations of the Past: Africa & Its Diasporas
  • Bruce Hall, Jeremy Bentley, Yacine Daddi-Addoun, eds. Reading Race and Social Hierarchy in Muslim West and North Africa
  • Ababu Minda Yimene and Ehud R. Toledano, eds., African Communities in Asia and the Mediterranean: Between Integration and Conflict
  • Juanita De Barros and Sean Stilwell, eds., Public Health and Colonialism in the British Imperial World
  • Rina Cáceres, Del Olvido a la Memoria
  • Suzanne Schwartz, David Richardson and Paul Lovejoy, eds., Empire, Slave Trade and Slavery in Sierra Leone: Rebuilding Civil Society Past and Present, 2012
  • Mohammed Ennaji, Paul Lovejoy and Chouki El-Hamel, Confronting Slavery: Towards a Dialogue of Cultural Understanding
  • Elizabeth Cunin, ed., Blackness and Mestizaje in Mexico and Central America, 2012
  • Juan M. de la Serna, ed. De la Libertad y de la Abolícon
  • María Elisa Velázquez, ed., Debates Presentes
  • Odile Hoffmann, ed., Ciudadanía y Política entre los afrodescendientes en México y América central
  • Rina Cáceres and Paul Lovejoy, eds., Haiti and Revolution in the Caribbean
  • Christopher Innes, Annabel Rutherford and Brigitte Bogar, eds., Carnival – Theory and Practice, 2012
  • Paul Lovejoy, Children of Trans-Atlantic Slavery
  • Edward Alpers, Essays on Slavery in East Africa and the Indian Ocean
  • Yacine Daddi-Addoun, Color, Race, and Slavery in Islam
  • Brooksie Harrington, Rise Up Singing: Gospel and its Roots
  • Modesto Amegago, The Continuity of African Drumming Traditions, 2012
  • Jeff Packman, Danielle Robinson, and Eloisa Domenici, Roots Samba: Collaborations and Conflicts in Dancing, Music and Culture
  • Joel Quirk and Darshan Vigneswaran, eds., Slavery, Migration and Contemporary Bondage in Africa, 2012
  • Johnston Akuma-Kalu Njoku, From Freedom to Freedom: Journeying Back to Heal the Wounds of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 2012
  • Bruce Mouser, The War of 1812 and an American Colony in the Rio Pongo, 2012
  • Hakim Adi, Pan-Africanism and Communism: The Communist International, Africa and the Diaspora 1919-1939