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Yacine Daddi Addoun is Assistant Professor of African & African-American Studies, University of Kansas. He received his PhD from York University, Toronto, his MA From l’INALCO in Paris and his BA from the University of Algiers in Algeria. His research focuses on issues of slavery and its abolition in Algeria. He is the co-editor of SHADD (Studies in the History of the African Diaspora Documents) of the Harriet Tubman Institute for Research on Africa and Its Diasporas.

Paul E. Lovejoy is Distinguished Research Professor and Canada Research Chair in African Diaspora History at York University. In addition to editing African Economic History, he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and is the former Director of the Harriet Tubman Institute at York University. He has published over 30 books and 100 articles and book chapters on African history. His research interests include African social and economic history, culture studies, race and racism, and Latin American and Caribbean history. He recently published New Directions in Teaching Slavery and the Slave Trade with Benjamin Bowser.

Olatunji Ojo teaches African History at Brock University in St. Catharine’s, Canada, including African History and seminars on slavery, economic and women history. Prior to joining Brock University, he taught at the University of Ibadan (Nigeria), Ohio University and Syracuse University. His research interests include slavery, ethnicity and identity formation, religion and gender, centering on the history of social and economic change. [End Page 209]



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