1. Excessive Memories: Slavery, Insurance and Resistance
  2. Anita Rupprecht
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  1. The Zong and the Lord Chief Justice
  2. Jeremy Krikler
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  1. 'My Voice is sold, & I must be a Slave': Abolition Rhetoric, British Liberty and the Yorkshire Elections of 1806 and 1807
  2. Kirsten McKenzie
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  1. 'Possessing Slaves': Ownership, Compensation and Metropolitan Society in Britain at the time of Emancipation 1834–40
  2. Nick Draper
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  1. Sierra Leone and Other Sites in the War of Representation over Slavery
  2. David Lambert
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  1. Heathens, Slaves and Aborigines: Thomas Hodgkin's Critique of Missions and Anti-slavery
  2. Zoë Laidlaw
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  1. Set in Stone? Statues and Slavery in London
  2. Madge Dresser
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  1. Commemorating Slavery 2007: a Personal View from Inside the Museums
  2. Katherine Prior
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  1. War, Migration and Alienation in Colonial Calcutta: the Remaking of Muzaffar Ahmad
  2. Suchetana Chattopadhyay
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  1. Debating the Armenian Massacres in the Last Ottoman Parliament, November – December 1918
  2. Ayhan Aktar
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  1. New Ways in History, 1966–2006
  2. Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom
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  1. A New Civilization? London Surveyed 1928-1940s
  2. Sally Alexander
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  1. Not Even Remotely Global? Method and Scale in World History
  2. Antoinette M. Burton
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  1. Historicizing the Global, or Labouring for Invention?
  2. Sanjay Subrahmanyam
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  1. From Globalization to Global History
  2. Maxine Berg
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  1. Globe Talk: the Cartographic Logic of Late Capitalism
  2. Iain A. Boal
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  1. The Genesis of East End Underworld: Chapters in the Life of Arthur Harding by Raphael Samuel
  2. Stan Newens
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  1. Stories of Migration: The Anishinaabeg and Irish Immigrants in the Great Lakes Region
  2. Deirdre Keenan
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  1. Border-Crossing: My Imperial Routes
  2. Maya Jasanoff
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  1. Slavers
  2. Brycchan Carey
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  1. Commemorative History without Guarantees
  2. Cora Kaplan
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  1. Go There!
  2. Anne Summers
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  1. Two Occult Philosophers in the Elizabethan Age
  2. Peter J. Forshaw
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  1. Mass Observation Redux
  2. Susan D. Pennybacker
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  1. Getting Along
  2. Judith Pollmann
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  1. Starry Eyed
  2. James Hamilton
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  1. Enlighteners
  2. Karen, Dr O'Brien
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  1. On the Record
  2. Richard Taws
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  1. Bloomsbury Lives
  2. Santanu Das
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  1. Remembering 1956: Destalinization and Suez after Fifty Years
  2. Jane Caplan, Catriona Kelly
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  1. 'Reconfiguring the British' Seminars and Commemoration of the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave-Trade
  2. Esmé Cleall
  3. pp. 456-459
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  1. John La Rose (1927–2006)
  2. Brian W. Alleyne
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  1. Michael Zimmermann (1951–2007)
  2. Eve Rosenhaft
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  1. Editorial
  2. Matt Cook, Catherine Hall
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  1. Introduction
  2. Catherine Hall
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  1. Introduction
  2. Felix Driver
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