Remembering and imagining slavery:

Postcolonial identities and the memorial landscape in the eastern caribbean

 

http://hitchcock.itc.virginia.edu/

Slavery/index.php

J.S. Handler and Michael L. Tuite, The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record.  The 1,235 images in this collection have been selected from a wide range of sources, most of them dating from the period of slavery and are envisioned as a tool and resource for research.

Related Links

http://antislavery.eserver.org

Joe Lockard, The Antislavery Literature ProjectThe goal of this project is to increase public access to a body of literature and history of the antislavery movement in the United States crucial to understanding  the African American experience, US and hemispheric histories of slavery, and early human rights philosophies. 

http://www.uga.edu/slavery

Doris Y. Kadish, Francophone Slavery. The purpose of this website is to assemble resources related to slavery in the Francophone world, with a focus on the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It provides primary and secondary materials , a list of annotated related sites and texts and pictures of  Maryse Condé's In the Time of the Revolution.

http:/www.esclavages.cnrs.fr

Myriam Cottias, Centre International de Recherches sur les Esclavages.  This site is composed of a network of international scholars from the African, American and European continents.  The objective is to develop studies about the slave trades and slaveries and their cultural, social and political productions.

http://www3.uta.edu/faculty/

garrigus/HLAS66List_11-08.htm

John D. Garrigus, website gathering recent historiography on the Francophone Caribbean collected for review in volume 66 of the Library of Congress Handbook of Latin American Studies.

http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/

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TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html

UNESCO Slave Route Project.  The purpose is to break the silence surrounding the slave trade and slavery; to clarify the consequences and interactions resulting from the slave trade; to contribute to a culture of tolerance and peaceful coexistence between races and peoples.

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