3 edition of Repercussions of the Atlantic Slave Trade found in the catalog.
Repercussions of the Atlantic Slave Trade
Carolyn A. Brown
by Africa World Press
Written in English
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Jan 01, · Barbara L. Solow, The Economic Consequences of the Atlantic Slave shareholderdemocracy.com MD: Lexington Books, xv + pp. (Paper US$ ) This posthumous collection of essays deals with three arguments presented by the Trinidadian historian and prime minister, Eric Williams, in his classic work, Capitalism and Slavery, first published in His three contentions were “that the slave Author: Stanley L. Engerman. May 27, · These papers by Barbara Solow on capitalism and slavery have radically altered our view of the whole subject of the role of the Atlantic slave trade in relation to the British Industrial Revolution and to the evolution of capitalism as a global shareholderdemocracy.com: Barbara L. Solow.
The trans-Atlantic slave trade seriously affected the demographic growth of many African societies directly, and had a more subtle impact on many others. the trans-Atlantic slave trade, populations either declined, remained constant, or had very little growth, usually suffering a varying disproportion between the numbers of men and women. Introduction. Trans-Atlantic slave trade was the most largest and famous slave trade, which occurred in Africa during the early period of 15 th century. During its occurrence, slaves were transported to the new world colonies of Europe, from various regions and States including Eastern region of Africa, West Central Africa, as well as West Africa (Inikori ).
May 27, · The Economic Consequences of the Atlantic Slave Trade by Barbara L. Solow, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). Feb 06, · Timeline of major events surrounding the history of the Atlantic slave trade with links to related readings from the Humanities E-Book collection. Get an overview of the Atlantic slave trade along with recommendations for HEB titles to expand your knowledge on the slave trade and other subjects related to African diaspora.
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Dec 01, · Repercussions of the Atlantic Slave Trade: The Interior of the Bight of Biafra and the African Diaspora [Carolyn A. Brown, Paul E. Lovejoy] on shareholderdemocracy.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This volume looks at the historical context of slavery in the interior of the Bight of Biafra and the resulting diaspora of people that was formed in the Americas.5/5(1).
REPERCUSSIONS OF THE ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE: The Interior of the Bight of Biafra and the African Diaspora, Edited by Carolyn A. Brown and Paul E.
Lovejoy Brown, Carolyn A. $ Then one might put the question whether Britain's substantial participation in the slave trade during the eighteenth century -- the country's slave captains were carrying about thirty-five thousand captives across the Atlantic every year in the s, in about ninety ships -- was compensated for by the lead which Britain's statesmen later gave in abolishing the commerce and, turning gamekeeper to the world after having been its poacher-in-chief Cited by: Repercussions of the Atlantic slave trade: the interior of the Bight of Biafra and the African diaspora.
Jun 13, · The Transatlantic slave trade radically impaired Africa's potential to develop economically and maintain its social and political stability.
The arrival of Europeans on the West African Coast and their establishment of slave ports in various parts of the continent triggered a continuous process of exploitation of Africa's human resources, labor, and shareholderdemocracy.com by: 5.
Jan 22, · Recent revisions of estimates for the volume of the trans-Atlantic slave trade suggest that approximately 11, slaves were exported from Africa during the whole period of the Atlantic slave trade, which is a small upward revision of my synthesis and still well within the range projected by Curtin in Cited by: Jun 10, · What separates the Atlantic slave trade from any other slave trade is the race language established with it later in the Americas, it discriminates against a whole group of people on the basis of their skin color and forced many non-slave Africans in a system of verbal and physical abuse.
Overall, the Atlantic Slave Trade negatively affected slaves who were deprived of all of their rights and needs and dehumanized. This shows how harshly slaves were treated by their captains when they were traded and transported to the Americas.
The negative impact on africa. Jan 26, · During the eighteenth century, when the slave trade accounted for the transport of a staggering 6 million Africans, Britain was the worst transgressor - responsible for almost million.
This is a fact often forgotten by those who regularly cite Britain's prime role in the abolition of the slave trade. Conditions for the Slaves. Repercussions of the Atlantic slave trade: the interior of the Bight of the Biafra and the African diaspora.
May 14, · The Atlantic Slave trade also had a lot of consequences including the effect on the African slaves, the European economy and the profit made by the slave traders.
The slave trade hugely impacted the Africans because they suffered, worked. New Book Repercussions of the Atlantic Slave Trade: The Interior of the Bight of Biafra and the African Diaspora Edited by Carolyn A. Brown and Paul E.
Lovejoy Africa World Press, Paperback pp., ISBNDescription from the Publisher: This volume looks at the historical context of slavery in theCited by: The Atlantic slave trade or transatlantic slave trade involved the transportation by slave traders of enslaved African people, mainly to the Americas.
The slave trade regularly used the triangular trade route and its Middle Passage, and existed from the 16th to the 19th centuries.
The Transatlantic slave trade radically impaired Africa's potential to develop economically and maintain its social and political stability. The arrival of Europeans on the West African Coast and Author: Babacar M'baye. The Atlantic Slave Trade brings clarity and critical insight to the subject.
In fourteen essays, leading scholars consider the nature and impact of the transatlantic slave trade and assess its meaning for the people transported and for those who owned them.
The Atlantic Slave Trade: Effects on Economies, Societies and Peoples in Africa, the Americas, and Europe Debates over the economic, social, and political meaning of slavery and the slave trade /5(2).
The Atlantic Slave trade also had a lot of consequences including the effect on the African slaves, the European economy and the profit made by the slave traders. The slave trade hugely impacted the Africans because they suffered, worked in appalling conditions and were treated inhumanly.
The first shipment of slaves from West Africa to the Americas, across the Atlantic Ocean, was in the early s.
European, Arab and African merchants were now selling humans as well as gold, ivory and spices. Slave Trade Routes - Image source. But responsibility for the slave trade.
Oct 01, · The book is a culmination of three months’ worth of conversations between Hurston and Cudjo Lewis, née Oluale Kossola, the last living survivor of the transatlantic slave trade. The Atlantic Slave Trade: Effects on Economies, Societies and Peoples in Africa, the Americas, and Europe.
Debates over the economic, social, and political meaning of slavery and the slave trade have persisted for over two hundred years. The Atlantic Slave Trade brings clarity and 5/5(1).The Atlantic slave trade affected more than twelve million African slaves and has left a huge imprint on today’s society.
There were several major causes for the Atlantic slave trade, such as high demand for cheap labour, the growing economies of the European colonial powers and the desire to make money.May 27, · The Economic Consequences of the Atlantic Slave Trade shows how the West Indian slave/sugar/plantation complex, organized on capitalist principles of private property and profit-seeking, joined the western hemisphere to the international trading system encompassing Europe, Africa, North America, and the Caribbean, and was an important determinant of the timing and pattern of the Brand: Lexington Books.