1st Edition

Out of Slavery Abolition and After

By Jack Ernest Shalom Hayward Copyright 1985
    216 Pages
    by Routledge

    214 Pages
    by Routledge

    First published in 1985. This volume is a collection of lectures and conference papers given during the William Wilberforce 150th anniversary celebrations at the University of Hull in 1983.

    Chapter 1 The Utility of Commemoration: Reflections on the Enduring Scourge of Servitude, Hayward Jack; Chapter 2 Slavery: the Underside of Freedom, OrlandoPatterson; Chapter 3 Freeing the Slaves: How Important Was Wilberforce?, JamesWalvin; Chapter 4 William Wilberforce: 150 Years On, FionaSpiers; Chapter 5 Wilberforce the Saint, Ian Bradley; Chapter 6 Abolition and the National Interest, HowardTemperley; Chapter 7 Emancipation from below? The Role of the British West Indian Slaves in the Emancipation Movement, 1816–34, MichaelCraton; Chapter 8 West Indian Society 150 Years after Abolition: a Re-examination of Some Classic Theories, LLOYD BEST; Chapter 9 ‘Some in Light and some in Darkness’: the Long Shadow of Slavery, Shridath S. Ramphal; Chapter 10 The English Judge and the Ethnic Minorities, LordScarman; INDEX;


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