Monograph on international anti-slavery during the mid-nineteenth century. This ground-breaking book deals with two inter-related themes, opinion-building and transatlanticism, and includes chapters on abolitionist politics, songs, agent and popular and material culture. It also includes a chapter of the transatlantic friendship between George Thompson and William Lloyd Garrison. Completes a trilogy that began with 'Popular Politics and British Anti-Slavery' (1993). Publication date: September 2020.
Oldfield, J. (2020). The ties that bind : transatlantic abolitionism in the Age of Reform, c. 1820-1865. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press