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Slavery, memory and orality : analysis of song texts from northern Ghana (2014)
Thesis
Saboro, E. (2014). Slavery, memory and orality : analysis of song texts from northern Ghana. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4217687

This thesis explores memories of slavery and the slave trade among the Bulsa and Kasena of northern Ghana and focuses on late nineteenth century internal slave trafficking. Previous studies on memories of the slave trade in Ghana have focused on the... Read More about Slavery, memory and orality : analysis of song texts from northern Ghana.

Trade and the merchant community of the Loango Coast in the eighteenth century (2012)
Thesis
Sommerdyk, S. J. M. (2012). Trade and the merchant community of the Loango Coast in the eighteenth century. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4213484

This thesis explores the political, economic and cultural transformation of the Loango Coast during the era of the transatlantic slave trade from the point of contact with Europeans in the sixteenth century until the end of the eighteenth century, wi... Read More about Trade and the merchant community of the Loango Coast in the eighteenth century.

The Royal Navy’s anti-slavery campaign in the western Indian Ocean, c. 1860-1890: race, empire and identity (2010)
Thesis
Doulton, L. (2010). The Royal Navy’s anti-slavery campaign in the western Indian Ocean, c. 1860-1890: race, empire and identity. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4211170

This thesis explores the Royal Navy’s suppression of the slave trade in the western Indian Ocean between 1858 and the mid 1890s. Previous studies of this activity have offered narrative-style histories which have focused on operational matters and th... Read More about The Royal Navy’s anti-slavery campaign in the western Indian Ocean, c. 1860-1890: race, empire and identity.