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Historical evolution of the international legal responses to the trafficking of children – a critique (2019)
Book Chapter
Faulkner, E. A. (2019). Historical evolution of the international legal responses to the trafficking of children – a critique. In J. Winterdyk, & J. Jones (Eds.), The Palgrave International Handbook of Human TraffickingPalgrave Macmillan

The trafficking of children has received extensive attention from both academic and political arenas in recent years., yet this growing phenomenon remains a relatively new area of international law. (Gallagher, 2010) Human trafficking has both a long... Read More

Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing Identities (2019)
Book
(in press). Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing Identities

Heritage and Festivals in Europe critically investigates the purpose, reach and effects of heritage festivals. Providing a comprehensive and detailed analysis of comparatively selected aspects of intangible cultural heritage, the volume demonstrates... Read More

Heritages, Identities and Europe: Exploring Cultural Forms and Expressions (2019)
Book Chapter
Kockel, U., Nic Craith, M., Clopot, C., & Tjarve, B. (in press). Heritages, Identities and Europe: Exploring Cultural Forms and Expressions. In C. Clopot, U. Kockel, B. Tjarve, & M. Nic Craith (Eds.), Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing IdentitiesTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

The construction of Belonging and Otherness in Heritage Events (2019)
Book Chapter
Clopot, C., & McCullagh, C. (in press). The construction of Belonging and Otherness in Heritage Events. In U. Kockel, C. Clopot, B. Tjarve, & M. Nic Craith (Eds.), Heritage and Festivals in Europe: Performing IdentitiesTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

Insuring the Transatlantic Slave Trade (2019)
Journal Article
Pearson, R., & Richardson, D. (2019). Insuring the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Journal of Economic History, 79(2), 417-446. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022050719000068

One important, but overlooked, risk mitigation device that facilitated the growth of the slave trade in the eighteenth century was the increasing availability of insurance for ships and their human cargoes. In this paper we explore, for the first tim... Read More

Methodological toolkit (2019)
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Andersen, C., Timm Knudsen, B., & Kølvraa, C. (2019). Methodological toolkit. European Commission

This document represents the ‘Methodological toolkit’ for the Horizon2020 Project ECHOES; European Colonial Heritage Modalities in Entangled Cities. The ECHOES Project brings together scholars from a wide range of disciplines and nationalities and en... Read More

Approaching contemporary slavery through an historic lens: an interdisciplinary perspective (2018)
Journal Article
Nelson, R., & Kidd, A. (2018). Approaching contemporary slavery through an historic lens: an interdisciplinary perspective. Journal of modern slavery, 4(2), 1-20

This article uses an interdisciplinary approach combining social justice and history to address and offer a response to critiques that argue ‘slavery’ is not an appropriate term for present day cases of extreme exploitation. By analysing the means an... Read More

The development of transmigrant historiography in Britain (2018)
Book Chapter
Evans, N. (2018). The development of transmigrant historiography in Britain. In J. Craig-Norton, C. Hoffmann, & T. Kushner (Eds.), Migrant Britain, 224 - 234. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315159959-26

The growth of migrant studies since the early 1970s has filled significant lacuna in the historiography of Britain during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The development of transmigrant historiography in the UK has followed a very different p... Read More

'New' Jews in Scotland since 1945 (2018)
Book Chapter
Evans, N. J., & McCarthy, A. (2018). 'New' Jews in Scotland since 1945. In T. M. Devine, & A. McCarthy (Eds.), New Scots: Scotland's Immigrant Communities since 1945Edinburgh University Press

The Victim, the Villain and the Rescuer: the trafficking of women and contemporary abolition (2018)
Journal Article
Faulkner, E. A. (2018). The Victim, the Villain and the Rescuer: the trafficking of women and contemporary abolition. Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.31273/LGD.2018.2101

A term as morally and politically loaded as ‘modern day slave trade’ inevitably provokes strong and emotive responses. From the current Secretary General of the United Nations (UN) (António Guterres) to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (There... Read More

A staging post to America - Jewish migration via Scotland (2018)
Book Chapter
Evans, N. J. (2018). A staging post to America - Jewish migration via Scotland. In K. Collins, A. Newman, & B. Wasserstein (Eds.), Two hundred years of Scottish Jewry, 301-326. Scottish Jewish Archives Centre

At the limits of cultural heritage rights? The Glasgow Bajuni Campaign and the UK immigration system: a case study (2018)
Journal Article
Hill, E. C., Nic Craith, M., & Clopot, C. (2018). At the limits of cultural heritage rights? The Glasgow Bajuni Campaign and the UK immigration system: a case study. International Journal of Cultural Property, 25(1), 35-58. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0940739118000024

In 2003, the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage (UNESCO ICH Convention) formalized provision for forms of heritage not solely rooted in the material world. This expanded the scope and accessibility of cultural heritage ri... Read More

Never-married women and credit in early modern England (2018)
Book Chapter
Spicksley, J. M. (2018). Never-married women and credit in early modern England. In Women and credit in pre-industrial Europe, 227-252. Brepols Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1484/m.eer-eb.5.115755

This article begins with a discussion of the credit activities of women in early modern England in general, before moving to look more specifically at those of never-married women, through examination of a sample of 323 never-married women's probate... Read More

Ambiguous attachments and industrious nostalgias: heritage narratives of Russian Old Believers in Romania (2017)
Journal Article
Clopot, C. E. (2017). Ambiguous attachments and industrious nostalgias: heritage narratives of Russian Old Believers in Romania. Anthropological Journal of European Cultures, 26(2), 31-51. https://doi.org/10.3167/ajec.2017.260204

This article questions notions of belonging in the case of displaced communities’ descendants and discusses such groups’ efforts to preserve their heritage. It examines the instrumental use of nostalgia in heritage discourses that drive preservation... Read More

The Cambridge World History of Slavery: Volume 4, AD 1804-AD 2016 (2017)
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D. Eltis, S. Engerman, S. Drescher, & D. Richardson (Eds.), (2017). The Cambridge World History of Slavery: Volume 4, AD 1804-AD 2016. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781139046176

Slavery and coerced labor have been among the most ubiquitous of human institutions both in time - from ancient times to the present - and in place, having existed in virtually all geographic areas and societies. This volume covers the period from th... Read More

Weaving the past in a fabric: Old Believers' traditional costume (2016)
Journal Article
Clopot, C. E. (2016). Weaving the past in a fabric: Old Believers' traditional costume. Folklore, 66, 115-132. https://doi.org/10.7592/FEJF2016.66.clopot

Costume plays an important part in expressing ethnic identity. This article develops an analysis of the Old Believers’ traditional costume in its current usage. To differentiate between various uses for such material items, the articleconsiders their... Read More