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Vol. XXXI

XXXI, 1, 2008

Amy A. Quark, “Towards a New Theory of Change: Socio-Natural Regimes and the Historical Development of the Textiles Commodity Chain”

Eric Vanhaute, “The End of Peasantries? Rethinking the Role of Peasantries in a World-Historical View”

Carlos Antonio Aguirre Rojas, “Les nouveaux mouvements antisystémiques en Amérique Latine : Une brève radiographie générale”

 

XXXI, 2, 2008

The Second Slavery: Mass Slavery, World-Economy, and Comparative Microhistories, Part I

Dale Tomich and Michael Zeuske, special editors

 

Dale Tomich and Michael Zeuske, “Introduction, The Second Slavery: Mass Slavery, World-Economy, and Comparative Microhistories”

 

Christopher Schmidt-Nowara, “Empires against Emancipation: Spain, Brazil, and the Abolition of Slavery”

 

Carolyn Fick, “Revolutionary Saint Domingue and the Emerging Atlantic: Paradigms of Sovereignty”

 

Claus Füllberg-Stolberg, “Economic Adjustments and the Fight for Cultural Hegemony in the British and Danish West Indies after Slavery”

 

Manuel Barcia, “ ‘A Not-so-Common Wind’: Slave Revolts in the Age of Revolutions in Cuba and Brazil

 

Rafael de Bivar Marquese, “African Diaspora, Slavery, and the Paraiba Valley Coffee Plantation Landscape: Nineteenth-Century Brazil” 

 

Ulrike Schmieder, “Histories under Construction:  Slavery, Emancipation, and Post-Emancipation in the French Caribbean

 

XXXI, 3, 2008

 

The Second Slavery: Mass Slavery, World-Economy, and Comparative Microhistories, Part II

Dale Tomich and Michael Zeuske, Special Editors

 

Sidney Mintz, “Creolization and Hispanic Exceptionalism”

 

Ada Ferrer, “Cuban Slavery and Atlantic Antislavery”

 

Javier Laviña and Michael Zeuske, “Failures of Atlantization: First Slaveries in Venezuela and Nueva Granada”

 

Jane Landers, “Slavery in the Spanish Caribbean and the Failure of Abolition”

 

Flávio dos Santos Gomes, “Peasants, Maroons, and the Frontiers of Liberation in Maranhão”

 

Dale Tomich, “Thinking the ‘Unthinkable’: Victor Schoelcher and Haiti

 

 

XXXI, 4, 2008

 

Charles Lemert & Sam Han, “Whither the Time of World Structures after the Decline of Modern Space”

 

Ken-ichi Watanabe, “Long Waves in the U.S. Economy: The Dating of Long Waves in Terms of the Rate of Capital Accumulation”

 

Maria Lois, “Place and Marketplace: Reconstructing Sites in the World-Economy”

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