The Legal Understanding Of Slavery

Author: Jean Allain
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191645354
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What can be considered slavery? Should forced labour be considered slavery? Debt-bondage? Child soldiering? Or forced marriage? This book explores the limits of how slavery is understood in law.

Quentin Tarantino S Django Unchained

Author: Oliver C. Speck
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1623567807
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Brian Bantum, “We Should All Be Terrified,” Brian Bantum, http:// brianbantum. (accessed August 7, 2013)
. See Antony Honoré, “The Nature of Slavery,” in The Legal Understanding of
Slavery. From the Historical to the Contemporary, ed. Jean Allain (Oxford: Oxford
University Press, 2012), 15. See Burnard, Mastery, Tyranny, and Desire, 211.
See Burnard, Mastery, Tyranny, and Desire, 231. Quentin Tarantino, “Django

Unfinished Business

Author: Joel Quirk
Publisher: United Nations Educational
ISBN: 9789231041242
Size: 14.18 MB
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This survey was commissioned by UNESCO's Slave Route project and prepared by Joel Quirk of the Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation (WISE, U.K). It aims to provide the basis for dialogue about ways of addressing ...

The Anti Slavery Project

Author: Joel Quirk
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812205640
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In The Anti-Slavery Project, historian and human rights expert Joel Quirk examines the evolution of political opposition to slavery from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day.

Understanding Global Slavery

Author: Kevin Bales
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520932074
Size: 79.48 MB
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Most historians of slavery don't know how lucky they are. The majority of scholars
concerned with slavery focus on the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the
legal slave trade of the period, and its aftermath. For these scholars, the historical
period can be clearly demarcated by the legislative moments when the slave
trade or slavery itself was abolished within states or empires. The scholar of
contemporary slavery enjoys no such clarity. Slavery as a social and economic
relationship ...

The Dred Scott Case

Author: David Thomas Konig
Publisher: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 0821443283
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This collection of essays revisits the history of the case and its aftermath in American life and law.

African Voices On Slavery And The Slave Trade

Author: Alice Bellagamba
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521199611
Size: 42.12 MB
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It is because these court documents include such a range of daily life issues that
they give us perhaps the best access to African voices about slavery and the
slave trade, and to the reactions of both slaves and slave owners to the legal
abolition of slavery. ... Historical linguistic techniques have helped them analyze
contemporary languages for traces of the past. ... Brivio's analysis is especially
welcome, as it highlights one of the most recent approaches for understanding

Controversies In Equal Protection Cases In America

Author: Anne Richardson Oakes
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317160061
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Understanding slavery as a touchstone across these three meanings requires a
knowledge of the world of the slave based on a form of law prior to and against
which modern legal developments are cast in the spirit of jus gentium in
particular, and the natural law tradition more generally. Slavery as ... And I open
with them because what I would like to pursue in this chapter is this same
difficulty, though in an apparently different doctrinal context and a different
historical period. I stress ...

Understanding Business

Author: Michael Lucas
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415238601
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Contemporary western societies are, of course, advanced, industrial capitalist
economies, not early mercantile capitalist ones. People are hired to work for a
wage; their labour is not forced, as it was under the colonial slave system. Our
legal systems of property ownership and inheritance are different too. We are not
allowed to 'own' people, though we do hire their labour. Married women are no
longer debarred from owning property and a person's estate is no longer
necessarily ...