Slavery as a Global and Globalizing Phenomenon

An Editorial Note

in Journal of Global Slavery
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Slavery as a Global and Globalizing Phenomenon

An Editorial Note

in Journal of Global Slavery

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Moses I. FinleyAncient Slavery and Modern Ideology (Princeton: Marcus Weiner1988); Miller The Problem of Slavery 1–35.

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Dale TomichThrough the Prism of Slavery: Labor Capital and World Economy (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield2004); Anthony E. Kaye “The Second Slavery: Modernity in the Nineteenth-Century South and the Atlantic World” Journal of Southern History 75 no. 3 (Aug. 2009): 627. Also see Tomich “The ‘Second Slavery’: Bonded Labor and the Transformations of the Nineteenth-Century World Economy” in Francisco O. Ramírez (ed.) Rethinking the Nineteenth Century: Contradictions and Movement (New York: Praeger 1988) 103–117; Javier Laviña and Michael Zeuske eds. The Second Slavery: Mass Slaveries and Modernity in the Americas and in the Atlantic Basin (Berlin: Lit Verlag 2014).

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Christopher BaylyThe Birth of the Modern World: Global Connections and Comparisons 1780–1914 (London: Wiley-Blackwell2004).

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