Transformations in Slavery: A History of Slavery in Africa (African Studies)

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This history of African slavery from the fifteenth to the early twentieth centuries examines how indigenous African slavery developed within an international context. The new edition revises statistical material and incorporates recent research.

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Praise for the previous editions of Transformations in Slavery: "... it must be stressed that this is an important contribution to African studies, which also synthesizes available information about the slave trade. It is already being widely used for student essays, and looks set to become one of the textbooks of African history for many years to come." - William Gervase Clarence-Smith, African Affairs "Lovejoy produced a book which was both comprehensive and analytic ... this book provided the framework for much subsequent research on African slavery. Lovejoy looked at early slavery and at the impact of a series of expanding frontiers in expanding the trade and redefining the use of slaves within Africa." - Martin A. Klein, Canadian Journal of African Studies "... the author is to be congratulated for his temerity in tackling a difficult task and producing a viable, comprehensive, and emotionally balanced work which will be of great help to scholars and should lead to lively discussion." - Suzanne Miers, Canadian Journal of African Studies "This is a very important book. It will almost certainly excite controversy, for while he is clear about the intensification of servitude as a consequence of the external trade he does not portray indigenous systems as benign. Withal he pushes slavery into the forefront of African historiography and there can be little doubt it belongs there." - Richard Rathbone, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

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'As with all good history, Transformations in Slavery makes us see the present in the new light it casts on the past. This clear narrative is charged with philosophical sophistication and enlivened by well-placed anecdote.' Tony Voss, African Studies Quarterly

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