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by James Walvin

eBook Black Ivory: A History of British Slavery epub
  • ISBN: 0882581821
  • Author: James Walvin
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Howard Univ Pr; Reprint edition (June 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 365 pages
  • ePUB size: 1532 kb
  • FB2 size 1289 kb
  • Formats lrf mbr lit lrf


James Walvin is Reader in the History Department at the University of York, where he has taught since 1967.

James Walvin is Reader in the History Department at the University of York, where he has taught since 1967. Born in Manchester, he graduated from the University of Keele, did graduate work at McMaster University, Canada, and took his doctorate at the University of York. His books include 'A Child's World: A Social History of English Childhood 1800-1914; English Urban Life 1776-1851; 'and 'Black and White: The Negro and English Society 1555-1945', which was awarded the Martin Luther King Memorial Prize for 1974. He is also the author of 'Victorian Values', the companion book to the 1989 Granada Television series.

James Walvin is Professor of History Emeritus at University of York. Black Ivory isn’t a chronological history. In 2007 he was curator for the Parliamentary Exhibition on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and was also adviser to the Equiano Exhibition held in the Birmingham Art Gallery. Black Ivory isn’t a chronological history

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1987), Black Ivory: a History of British Slavery (1994), Questioning . James Walvin's most recent book, Slavery to Freedom, is published by Pitkin.

1987), Black Ivory: a History of British Slavery (1994), Questioning Slavery (1996) The Quakers: Money and Morals (1997), Fruits of Empire. Exotic Produce and British Taste, 1660-1800 (1996) and a biography of Olaudah Equiano entitled An African's Life. The Life and Times of Olaudah Equiano (1998). Walvin’s pioneering history of football is still in print thirty years after its first publication. But most of his work has been on the history of slavery and the slave trade.

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This social history looks at African slavery and the Atlantic slave trade which transported more than 11 million Africans.

Purchase Black Ivory by James Walvin on Paperback online and enjoy having your favourite History/World .

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James Walvin is Professor of History at the University of York. He has written widely on slave history and British social history and his recent publications include Questioning Slavery (1996), Making the Black Atlantic (2000), The Slave Trade (1999) and Britains's Slave Empire (2000).

James Walvin is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, Professor Emeritus at the University of York, and formerly a Visiting Fellow at Yale University

James Walvin is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, Professor Emeritus at the University of York, and formerly a Visiting Fellow at Yale University. His books include Black Ivory: Slavery in the British Empire, 2E (2001); The Trader, The Owner, The Slave: Parallel Lives in the Age of Slavery (2007); A Short History of Slavery (2007); Britain's Slave Empire (2008); The Zong: A Massacre, the Law and the End of Slavery (2011); The Slave Trade. 2011); and Crossings: Africa, the Americas and the Atlantic Slave Trade (2013).

The terrible story of African slavery in the British colonies of the West Indies and North America is told with clarity and compassion in this classic history.

Looks at slavery in Britain, America, and the Caribbean during the colonial period, and describes the experiences of slaves and their captors
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