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Description Transatlantic Abolitionism in the Age of Revolution offers a fresh exploration of anti-slavery debates in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. It challenges traditional perceptions of early anti-slavery activity as an entirely parochial British, European or American affair, and instead reframes the abolition movement as a broad international network of activists across a range of metropolitan centres and remote outposts.


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  5. Interdisciplinary in approach, this book explores the dynamics of transatlantic abolitionism, along with its structure, mechanisms and business methods, and in doing so, highlights the delicate balance that existed between national and international interests in an age of massive political upheaval throughout the Atlantic world. By setting slave trade debates within a wider international context, Professor Oldfield reveals how popular abolitionism emerged as a political force in the s, and how it adapted itself to the tumultuous events of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

    He has written extensively on slavery and abolition in the Atlantic world and published numerous articles and books in this area.

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    His research interests include the American South, maritime history and racialised relations in the United States. Free Returns We hope you are delighted with everything you buy from us. How has slavery been remembered in the past?

    By combining two current historiographical preoccupations - the construction of public memory and British transatlantic slavery - this fascinating book focu It challenges traditional perceptions of early anti-slavery activity as an entirely parochial British, European or American affair, and instead reframes the abolition movement as a broad international network of activists across a range of metropolitan centres and remote outposts.

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