Scholarly References

 

Scholarly References

This bibliography includes scholarly publications and other resources used in the development of the "Equiano’s World" project. The sections include Scholarly Citations, Contemporary and Subsequent Publications and References, and Contemporary Reviews. For specific editions of The Interesting Narrative see Studying Equiano.

 

Scholarly Citations

Abrams, M.H, et al, The Norton Anthology of English Literature, 7th ed. (London and New York: W.W. Norton, 2000), vol. 1, 2812-2821

Achebe, Chinua, “Handicaps of Writing in a Second Language,” Spear Magazine (Nigeria), August 1964

Achebe, Chinua, “ ‘Chi’ in Igbo Cosmology,” in Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze, ed., African Philosophy: An Anthology (Malden, MA: Blackwell, 1998), 435-37

Acholonu, Catherine Obianuju, “The Home of Olaudah Equiano - A Linguistic and Anthropological Search,” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 22 (1987), 5-16

Acholonu, Catherine Obianuju, The Igbo Roots of Olaudah Equiano – An Anthropological Research (Owerri: Afa Publications, 1989)

Acholonu, Catherine Obianuju, The Igbo Roots of Olaudah Equiano – An Anthropological Research (Revised Edition with Reply to Vincent Carretta) (Abuja: Afa Publications, 2007)

Acholonu, Catherine Obianuju, “The Igbo Origins of Olaudah Equiano: The Facts and the Fallacies,” Mbari: The International Journal of Igbo Studies 1:1 (2008), 95-114

Acholonu, Catherine Obianuju, “The Igbo Roots of Olaudah Equiano,” in Chima J. Korieh, ed., Olaudah Equiano & the Igbo World (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2009), 49-66

Adams, Francis D. and Sanders, Barry, eds., Three Black Writers in Eighteenth-Century England (Belmont: Wadsworth Publishing, 1971)

Adams, Gene, “Dido Elizabeth Belle: A Black Girl at Kenwood,” Camden History Review 12 (1984), 10-14

Afigbo, A. E.,“The Aro of Southeastern Nigeria: A Socio-historical Analysis of Legends of Their Origin,” African Notes 6 (1971), 31-46

Afigbo, A.E., “Through a Glass Darkly: Eighteenth-Century Igbo Society through Equiano’s Narrative,” in Afigbo, Ropes of Sand: Studies in Igbo History and Culture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981), 145-86

Afigbo, A.E., Ropes of Sand: Studies in Igbo History and Culture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981)

Afigbo, A.E., “Equiano on Igbo Warfare,” in Carolyn Brown and Paul E. Lovejoy, eds., Repercussions of the Atlantic Slave Trade: The Interior of the Bight of the Biafra and the African Diaspora (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2010), 87-102

Agard, John, Equiano’s Epigrams: The Interesting Narrative in Poetry (London: Crosspath, 2009)

Alagoa, Ebiegberi Joe, “The Slave Trade in Niger Delta Oral Tradition and History.” In Paul E. Lovejoy, ed., Africans in Bondage: Studies in Slavery and the Slave Trade: Essays in Honor of Philip Curtin on the Occasion of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of African Studies at the University of Wisconsin (Madison: African Studies Program, University of Wisconsin, 1986), 127-36

Alagoa, Ebiegberi Joe and Adadonye Fombo, A Chronicle of Grand Bonny (Ibadan: University of Ibadan Press, 1972)

Allison, Robert J., ed., The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself (Boston: Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, 1995)

Allison, Robert J., "Who Was Olaudah Equiano?" Reviews in American History 34:1 (2006), 12-17

Anderson, Douglas, “Division below the Surface: Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative,” Studies in Romanticism, 43:3 (2004), 439-60

Andrews, William L., "An Introduction to the Slave Narrative," Documenting the American South, https://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/intro.html

Andrews, William L., To Tell a Free Story: The First Century of Afro-American Autobiography (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1986)

Anstey, Roger, The Atlantic Slave Trade and British Abolition (London: Macmillan, 1975)

Antunes do Canto, Rafael, "Olaudah Equiano: A Vida de um Marinheiro Negro no Atlântico do Século XVIII e a Memória de África (Mestrado em História, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2015)

Apap, Christopher, “Caught Between Two Opinions: Africans, Europeans and Indians in Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative,” Comparative American Studies 4:1 (2006), 5-24 

Aravamudan, Srinivas, Tropicopolitans: Colonialism and Agency, 1688–1804 (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1999)

Aravamudan, Srinivas, “Equiano Lite,” Eighteenth-Century Studies 34:4 (2001), 615-19

Ashton, J., Social Life in the Reign of Queen Anne. Taken from Original Sources (London: Chatto & Windus, 1883)

Asiegbu, Johnston U.J., Slavery and the Politics of Liberation 1787-1861 (Harlow, UK: Longmans, 1969)

Bailey, Anne C., African Voices of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Beyond the Silence and the Shame (Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle, 2007)

Baker, Houston, Blues, Ideology, and Afro-American Literature (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984)

Baker, Houston, The Colonizing Trick: National Culture and Imperial Citizenship in Early America (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2003)

Barron, Agnel, “Representations of Labor in the Slave Narrative,” M.A. thesis, University of Georgia, 2009

Behrendt, Stephen D., “The Captains in the British Slave Trade from 1785 to 1807,” Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire 140 (1991), 79-140

Behrendt, Stephen D., A.J.H. Latham and David Northrup, The Diary of Antera Duke, An Eighteenth-Century African Slave Trader (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010)

Bentor, Eli, “Life as an Artistic Process: Igbo Ikenga and Ofa,” African Arts 21:2 (1988), 66-71

Blackburn, Robin, The Overthrow of Colonial Slavery, 1776-1848 (London: Verso, 1988)

Blackburn, Robin, “The True Story of Equiano,” The Nation 281:17 (2005), 33-37

Blackett, R.J.M., Building an Antislavery Wall: Black Americans in the Atlantic Abolitionist Movement, 1830-1860 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1983)

Bolster, W. Jeffrey, Black Jacks: African American Seamen in the Age of Sail (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997)

Bollettino, Maria Alessandra, “Slavery, War, and Britain’s Atlantic Empire: Black Soldiers, Sailors, and Rebels in the Seven Years’ War,” Ph.D. thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 2009

Bolling, Carolyn Rae, An Intergenerational Model of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the African Community: An Analysis of the Autobiographies of Olaudah Equiano, Harriet A. Jacobs, Zora Neale Hurston, and Langston Hughes (Philadephia: Temple Unversity Press, 1997)

Bontemps, Arna,  Great Slave Narratives (Boston: Beacon House, 1969) 

Boulukos, George E, “Olaudah Equiano and the Eighteenth-Century Debate on Africa,” Eighteenth-Century Studies 40:2 (2007), 241-55

Boulukos, George, The Grateful Slave: The Emergence of Race in Eighteenth-Century British and American Culture (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008)

Bown, Lalage, Two Centuries of African English: A Survey and Anthology of Non-Fictional English Prose by African Writers Since 1769 (London: Heinemann, 1973)

Bozeman, Terry S., “Interstices, Hybridity, and Identity: Olaudah Equiano and the Discourse of the African Slave Trade,” Studies in the Literary Imagination 36:2 (2003), 61-70

Braidwood, Stephen J., “Initiatives and Organisation of the Black Poor, 1786-1787,” Slavery and Abolition 3:3 (1982), 211-27

Braidwood, Stephen J., Black Poor and White Philanthropists: London’s Blacks and the Foundation of the Sierra Leone Settlement, 1786-1791 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1994)

Brendlinger, Irv A., To Be Silent...Would Be Criminal: The Antislavery Influence and Writings of Anthony Benezet (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2006)

Brooks, George E., “The Providence African Society's Sierra Leone Emigration Scheme, 1794-1795: Prologue to the African Colonization Movement,” International Journal of African Historical Studies 7:2 (1974), 183-202

Brooks, Johanna, “John Marrant’s Journal: Providence and Prophesy in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic,” The North Star: A Journal of African-American Religious History 3:1 (1999), 1-15

Brooks, Johanna and John Saillant, eds., “Face Zion Forward”: First Writers of the Black Atlantic, 1785-1798 (Evanston, ILL: Northwestern University Press, 2002)

Brophy, Sarah, "Olaudah Equiano and the Concept of Culture," in Miriam Fuchs and Craig Howes, eds., Teaching Life Writing Texts (New York: MLA, 2008), 270-76

Brown, Carolyn and Lovejoy, Paul E., eds., Repercussions of the Atlantic Slave Trade: The Interior of the Bight of the Biafra and the African Diaspora (Trenton NJ: Africa World Press, 2010)

Brown, Christopher Leslie, Moral Capital: Foundations of British Abolitionism (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2006)

Brown, Christopher Leslie and Philip D. Morgan, eds., Arming Slaves: From Classical Times to the Modern Age (New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 2010)

Bucy, Ellen, “The Transatlantic Slave trade and American Slavery,” Magazine of History 17:3 (2003), 55-56

Bugg, John, “‘Master of their Language’: Education and Exile in Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’,” The Huntington Library Quarterly 68:4 (2005), 655-66

Bugg, John, “Review of Equiano, The African: Biography of a Self-Made Man,” Eighteenth Century Studies 39:4 (2006), 571-73

Bugg, John, “The Other Interesting Narrative: Olaudah Equiano’s Public Book Tour,” PMLA 121:5 (2006), 1424-42

Bugg, John, “Deciphering the Equiano Archives: Reply to Vincent Carretta,” PMLA 122:2 (2007), 572-73

Bugg, John, “‘The Sons of Belial’,” Times Literary Supplement, August 1, 2008, 15

Burnard, Trevor, Master, Tyranny, & Desire: Thomas Thistlewood and his Slaves in the Anglo-Jamaican World (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2004)

Burnard, Trevor, “Goodbye, Equiano, the African,” Historically Speaking 7:3 (2006), 10-11

Burnard, Trevor, "Powerless Masters: The Curious Decline of Jamaican Sugar Planters in the Foundational Period of British Abolitionism," Slavery and Abolition 32:2 (2011), 185-98

Bynum, Tara, “The Saving Change:” New Birth and Conversion in Eighteenth-Century African-American Literature, Ph.D. thesis, Johns Hopkins University, 2009.

Byrd, Alexander X.,“Eboe, Country, Nation and Gustavus Vassa’s Interesting Narrative,” William and Mary Quarterly 58:1 (2006), 123-48

Byrd, Alexander, “Violence, Migration, and Becoming Igbo in Gustavus Vassa’s Interesting Narrative,” in Caroline B. Brettell, ed., Constructing Borders/Crossing Boundaries: Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2007), 31-58

Byrd, Alexander X., Captives and Voyagers: Black Migrants across the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic World (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2008)

Caldwell, Tanya, “‘Talking Too Much English’: Languages of Economy and Politics in Equiano’s ‘The Interesting Narrative’,” Early American Literature 34:3 (1999), 263-82

Cameron, Ann, The Kidnapped Prince: The Life of Olaudah Equiano (New York: Random House, 2000)

Capshaw, Katharine andAnna Mae  Duane, eds., Who Writes for Black Children? African American Children's Literature before 1900 (Minneapolis,MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2017)

Carey, Brycchan, "Olaudah Equiano: African or American?" 1650-1850 17 (2008), 229-48

Carey, Brycchan, “Olaudah Equiano: an African Slave in Guernsey,” The Review of the Guernsey Society 59:2 (2003), 47-50

Carey, Brycchan, “John Wesley’s Thoughts upon Slavery and the Language of the Heart,” The Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 85:2-3 (2003), 269-84

Carey, Brycchan, “ ‘The Extraordinary Negro’: Ignatius Sancho, Joseph Jekyll, and the Problem of Biography,” British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 26 (2003), 1-13

Carey, Brycchan, “William Wilberforce’s Sentimental Rhetoric: Parliamentary Reportage and the Abolition Speech of 1789,” The Age of Johnson14 (2003), 281-305

Carey, Brycchan, “ ‘The Hellish Means of Killing and Kidnapping’: Ignatius Sancho and the Campaign against the ‘Abominable Traffic in Slaves’,” in Brycchan Carey, Markman Ellis, and Sara Salih, eds., Discourses of Slavery and Abolition: Britain and its Colonies, 1760-1838 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004), 81-95

Carey, Brycchan, Markman Ellis, and Sara Salih, eds., Discourses of Slavery and Abolition: Britain and its Colonies, 1760-1838 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004)

Carey, Brycchan, British Abolitionism and the Rhetoric of Sensibility: Writing, Sentiment,and Slavery, 1760-1807 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 139-42

Carey, Brycchan and Peter J.Kitson, eds., Slavery and the Cultures of Abolition: Essays Marking the Bicentennial of the British Abolition Act of 1807 (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2007)

Carey, Brycchan, “Olaudah Equiano: Nativity, Identity, and Representation,” in 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era vol. 17 (New York: AMS, 2010), 1-20

Carey, Brycchan, From Peace to Freedom : Quaker Rhetoric and the Birth of American Antislavery, 1657-1761 (New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 2012)

Carretta, Vincent, ed., Unchained Voices: An Anthology of Black Authors in the English-Speaking World of the Eighteenth Century (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1996)

Carretta, Vincent, “Three West Indian Writers of the 1780s Revisited and Revised,” Research in African Literature 29:4 (1998), 73-86

Carretta, Vincent, ed., The Letters of the Late Ignatius Sancho, an African (London: Penguin, 1998)

Carretta, Vincent, “Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa? New Light on an Eighteenth-century Question of Identity,” Slavery and Abolition 20:3 (1999), 96-105

Carretta,Vincent, ed., The Interesting Narrative and Other Writings (New York: Penguin, 2003)

Carretta , Vincent, “Possible Gustavus Vassa/Olaudah Equiano Attributions,” Edited by Robert J Griffin in The Faces of Anonymity: Anonymous and Pseudonymous Publication from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century (New York: Palgrave Macmillan,  2003), 103-139

Carretta, Vincent, “More New Light on the Identity of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa,” in Felicity Nussbaum, ed., The Global Eighteenth Century (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003), 226-35

Carretta, Vincent, "Naval Records and Eighteenth-Century Black Biography," Journal for Maritime Research 5:1 (2003), 143-158

Carretta, Vincent, “A New Letter by Gustavus Vassa/Olaudah Equiano?” Early American Literature 39:2 (2004), 355-61

Carretta, Vincent, Equiano, the African: Biography of a Self Made Man (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2005)

Carretta, Vincent, “Why Equiano Matters,” Historically Speaking 7:3 (2006), 2-7

Carretta, Vincent, “Response to Lovejoy, Burnard, and Sensbach,” Historically Speaking 7:3 (2006), 14-15

Carretta, Vincent, “Response to Paul Lovejoy’s ‘Autobiography and Memory: Gustavus Vassa, alias Olaudah Equiano, the African’,” Slavery and Abolition 28:1 (2007), 115-19

Carretta, Vincent, “Olaudah Equiano: African British Abolitionist and Founder of the African American Slave Narrative,” in Audrey Fisch, ed., The African American Slave Narrative (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), 44-60

Carretta , Vincent, “Deciphering the Equiano Archives,” PLMA  122: 2 (2007),  571-73

Carretta, Vincent, “Early African American Literature?” in Michael J. Dexler and Ed White, eds., Beyond Douglass: New Perspectives on Early African-American Literature (Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2008), 91-106

Carretta, Vincent, “ ‘I Began to Feel the Happiness of Liberty, of Which I Knew Nothing Before’: Eighteenth-Century Black Accounts of the Lowcountry,” in Philip D. Morgan, ed. African American Life in the Georgia Lowcountry: The Atlantic World and the Gullah Geechee (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2011), 77-102

Carretta, Vincent and Philip Gould, eds., Genius in Bondage: Literatures of the Early Black Atlantic (Louisville: University of Kentucky Press, 2001)

Carrigan, Anthony, “Negotiating Personal Identity and Culture Memory in Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative," Wasafiri 21:2 (2006), 42-47

Casmier-Paz, Lynn A., “Slave Narratives and the Rhetoric of Author Portraiture,” New Literary History 34:1 (2003), 91-116

Chakkalakal, Tess, “Finding a Home for Equiano,” in Eric D. Lamore, ed., Teaching Olaudah Equiano’s Narrative. Pedagogical Strategies and New Perspectives (Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 2012), 95-117

Chambers, Douglas, “ ‘My Own Nation’: Igbo Exiles in the Diaspora,” Slavery and Abolition 18 (1997), 72–97

Chambers, Douglas, “Tracing Igbo into the African Diaspora,” in Paul E. Lovejoy, ed., Identity in the Shadow of Slavery (London: Continuum, 2000), 55-71

Chambers, Douglas, “The Significance of Igbo in the Bight of Biafra Slave Trade: A Rejoinder to Northrup’s ‘Myth Igbo," Slavery and Abolition 23:1 (2002), 101-20

Chambers, Douglas, Murder at Montpelier. Igbo Africans in Virginia (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2005) 

Chambers, Douglas, “ ‘Almost an Englishman’: Carretta’s Equiano,” H-Atlantic (November 2007)

Chambers, Douglas, “Biafran African Runaways in 18th-Century Jamaica and Saint-Domingue,” African Studies Association Annual Meeting, 29 November 2012

Chandler, Nahum Dimitri, “Originary Displacement,” boundary 2 27, no. 3 (2000): 249-86

Chater, Kathy, “Hidden from History: Black People in Parish Records,” Genealogists’ Magazine 26, (2000), 381-84

Chater, Kathy, “Black People in England, 1660-1807,” Parliamentary History 26, Supplement (2007), 66-83

Christopher, Emma. Slave Ship Sailors and their Captive Cargoes 1730–1807 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006)

Chuku, Gloria, "Olaudah Equiano and the Foundation of Igbo Intellectual Tradition," in G. Chuku, ed., The Igbo Intellectual Tradition (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)

Clarke, George Elliott, “ ‘This is no Hearsay’: Reading the Canadian Slave Narratives,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 43:1 (2005), 7-32

Clover, David. "The British Abolitionist Movement and Print Culture: James Phillips, Activist, Printer and Bookseller," Society for Caribbean Studies Annual Conference, Warwick University, July 2013

Cole, Herbert M., “Igbo Arts and Ethnicity: Problems and Issues,” African Arts 21:2 (1988), 26-27

Coleman, Deirdre, "Conspicuous Consumption: White Abolitionism and English Women's Protest Writing in the 1790s," English Literatary History 61:2 (1994), 341-362

Collins, Henry, "The London Corresponding Society" in John Saville, ed., Democracy and the Labour Movement (London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1954), 103-134

Collins, Janelle, “Passage to Slavery, Passage to Freedom: Olaudah Equiano and the Sea,” Novel: A Forum on Fiction39:1 (2005), 209-23

Collins-Sibley, G. Michelle, " Who Can Speak? Authority and Authenticity in Olaudah Equiano and Phillis Wheatley," Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 5:3 (2004)

Cookey, S.J.S., ‘An Ethnohistorical Reconstruction of Traditional Igbo Society’, in B.K. Swartz, Jr., and Raymond E. Dumett, eds.,West African Cultural Dynamics: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives (New York: Mouton, 1980), 327-47

Corley, Ide, “The Subject of Abolitionist Rhetoric: Freedom and Trauma in ‘The Life of Oaludah Equiano’,” Modern Language Studies, 32:2 (2002), 139-56

Costanzo, Angelo, Surprizing Narrative: Olaudah Equiano and the Beginnings of Black Autobiography (New York: Greenwood Press, 1987)

Costanzo, Angelo, ed., The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself (Toronto: Broadview Press, 2002)

Costanzo, Angelo, “WhenYoung Minds Read Equiano’s Narrative,” in Eric D. Lamore, ed., Teaching Olaudah Equiano’s Narrative. Pedagogical Strategies and New Perspectives (Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 2012), 139-52

Cotter, William R., “The Somerset Case and the Abolition of Slavery in England,” History 79:255 (1994), 31-56

Curnock, Nehemiah, ed., The Journal of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M. (London: Epworth Press, 1938), 8 vols.

Curtin, Philip D., ed., Africa Remembered: Narratives by West African from the Era of Slavery (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967)

Cutter, Martha J., "The Child's Illustrated Antislavery Talking Book: Abrigail Field Mott's Life and Adventures of Olaudah Equiano for African American Children," in Katharine Capshaw and Anna Mae  Duane, eds., Who Writes for Black Children? African American Children's Literature before 1900 (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2017), 117-144

Dabydeen, David, “Eighteenth-Century English Literature on Commerce and Slavery,” in David Dabydeen, ed., The Black Presence in English Literature (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1976), 26-49

Dabydeen, David, ed., The Black Presence in English Literature (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1985)

Dabydeen, David, Hogarth’s Blacks, Images of Blacks in Eighteenth Century English Art (Kingston-upon-Thames: Dangeroo, 1985)

Dabydeen, David, "Equiano the African: Biography of a Self-made Man by Vincent Carretta," The Guardian, 2 December 2005

Dabydeen, David, and Nana Wilson-Tagoe, A Reader's Guide to West Indian and Black British Literature (London: Hansib Publications, 2nd edn, revised, 1997)

Dallimore, Arnold A., George Whitefield: The Life and Times of the Great Evangelist of the Eighteenth-Century Revival     (Westchester, Ill: Crossway, 1970, 1980), 2 vols.

Dalton, Karen C., “‘The Alphabet Is an Abolitionist’ Literacy and African Americans in the Emancipation Era,” The Massachusetts Review 32:4 (1991), 545-80

Dathorne, O.R., “African Writers of the Eighteenth Century,” The London Magazine, 5 (September 1965), 51-58

Davidson, Cathy N. “Oladuah Equiano, Written by Himself,” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 40:1-2 (2006), 18-51

Davis, Charles T., and Henry Louis Gates, Jr., The Slave's Narrative: Texts and Contexts (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985)

Davis, David Brion, The Problem of Slavery in Western Culture (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1966)

Dawson, Frank Griffith, "William Pitt’s Settlement at Black River on the Mosquito Shore: A Challenge to Spain in Central America, 1732-87," Hispanic American Historical Review 63:4 (1983), 677-706

DeCosta-Willis, Miriam, “Meditations on History: The Middle Passage in the Afro-Hispanic Literary Imagination,” Afro-Hispanic Review 22:1 (2003), 3-10

Dennis, Philip A. and Michael D. Olien, "Kingship among the Miskito," American Ethnologist 11:4 (1984), 718-737

Dike, Kenneth Onwuka and Felicia Ekejiuba, The Aro of South-eastern Nigeria, 1650–1980: A Study of Socio-economic Formation and Transformation in Nigeria (Ibadan, Nigeria: University Press, Ltd., 1990)

Diptee, Audra A., "African Children in the British Slave Trade during the Late Eighteenth Century," Slavery and Abolition 27:2 (2006), 183-196

Doherty, Thomas, “Olaudah Equiano’s Journeys: The Geography of a Slave Narrative,” Partisan Review 4 (1997), 572-96

Doyle, Laura, “Reconstructing Race and Freedom in Atlantic Modernity,” Atlantic Studies, 4:2 (2007), 195-224

Drescher, Seymour, Econocide: British Slavery in the Era of Abolition (Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1977)

Drescher, Seymour, Capitalism and Antislavery. British Mobilzation in Comparative Perspective (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986)

Drescher, Seymour, "The Shocking Birth of British Abolitionism," Slavery and Abolition 33:4 (2012), 571-93

Duffield, Ian and Paul Edwards, “Equiano’s Turks and Christians: An Eighteenth-Century African View of Islam,” Journal of African Studies 2 (1975), 433-43

Earley, Samantha Manchester, “Writing from the Center or the Margins? Olaudah Equiano’s Writing Life Reassessed,” African Studies Review 46:2 (2003), 1-16

Echero, Michael. "Theologizing 'Underneath the Tree': an African topos in Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, William Blake, and William Cole." Research in African Literatures 23:4 (1992), 51-58. 

Edwards, Paul, “Embrenché and Ndichie,” Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria 2:3 (1962), 401-02

Edwards, Paul, Equiano’s Travels (London: Heinemann, 1967)

Edwards, Paul, “‘Written by Himself': A Manuscript Letter of Olaudah Equiano,” Notes and Queries (June 1968), 222-25

Edwards, Paul, “Introduction,” in The Life of Olaudah Equiano, or, Gustavus Vassa the African (London: Dawson, 1969)

Edwards, Paul, “Introduction,” Ottobah Cugoano, Thoughts and Sentiments… (1787) (London, 1969)

Edwards, Paul, “Equiano and his Captains,” in Anna Rutherford, ed., Common wealth (Conference of Commonwealth Literature, Aarhus University, 1971)

Edwards, Paul, “Black Writers of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries,” in David Dabydeen, ed., The Black Presence in English Literature(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1976), 50-67

Edwards, Paul, ed., The Life of Olaudah Equiano (Essex: Longman, 1988)

Edwards, Paul, “A Descriptive List of Manuscripts in the Cambridgeshire Record Office Relating to the Will of Gustavus Vassa (Olaudah Equiano),” Research in African Literature 20 (1989), 473-80 

Edwards, Paul, “‘Master’ and ‘Father’ in ‘The Interesting Narrative’,” Slavery and Abolition 11 (1990), 216-26 

Edwards, Paul, “Review of Acholonu, Igbo Roots of Olaudah Equiano,” Research in African Literatures 21 (1990), 124-28

Edwards, Paul, Unreconciled Strivings and Ironic Strategies: Three Afro-British Authors of the Georgian Era: Ignatius Sancho, Olaudah Equiano, Robert Wedderburn (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1992), 53-65

Edwards, Paul, "Olaudah Equiano and Robert Wedderburn; Two Afro-British Radicals in London, 1780-1830," Journal of Humanities 6 (1992)

Edwards, Paul, “Unreconciled Strivings and Ironic Strategies: Three Afro-British Authors of the Late Georgian Period,” in David Killingray, ed., Africans in Britain (London: Frank Cass, 1994), 28-48

Edwards, Paul and Dabydeen, David, eds., Black Writers in Britain, 1760-1890  (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1991)

Edwards, Paul and Shaw, Rosalind, “The Invisible Chi in Equiano's Interesting Narrative,” Journal of Religion in Africa 19 (1989), 146-56

Edwards, Paul and James Walvin, “Africans in Britain, 1500-1800,” The African Diaspora: Interpretative Essays, M.L. Kilson and R.I. Rotberg (eds.), (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1976), 172-204

Edwards, Paul and James Walvin (eds.), Black Personalities in the Era of the Slave Trade (London: Macmillan, 1983)

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Armistead, Wilson, A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Coloured Portion  of Mankind (Manchester: William Irwin, 1848)

Behrendt, Stephen D., A.J.H. Latham and David Northrup, The  Diary of Antera Duke, An Eighteenth-Century African Slave Trader (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010)

Benezet, Anthony, Some Historical Account of Guinea: A Short Account of that Part of Africa, Inhabited by the Negroes. With Respect to the Fertility of the Country; the Good Disposition of Many of the Natives, and the Manner by which the SLAVE TRADE Is Carried on. Extracted from Divers Authors, in Order to Shew the Iniquity of that Trade, and the Falsity of the ARGUMENTS usually Advanced in its Vindication. With Quotations from Several Persons of Note, viz. GEORGE WALLIS, FRANCIS HUTCHESON, and JAMES FOSTER.... The Second Edition,with Large Additions and Amendments (Philadelphia, 1762)

Benezet, Anthony, A Caution (and Warning to Great Britain and her Colonies (London: James Phillips, 1784)

Benezet, Anthony The Case of Our Fellow-Creatures, the Oppressed Africans. (Minutes of Meeting for Sufferings, 25 February 1785; Minutes of the Committee on the Slave Trade, 14 and 20 March 1784: Library of the Society of Friends House, London)

Benezet, Anthony, Some Historical Account of Guinea, Its Situation, Produce, and the General Disposition of Its Inhabitants. With an Inquiry into the Rise and Progress of the Slave Trade, Its Nature, and Lamentable Effects (London, 1788)

Bridges, George Wilson, The Annals of Jamaica (London: John Murray, 1827-28), 2 vols.

Carretta, Vincent, ed., Unchained Voices: An Anthology of Black Authors in the English-Speaking World of the Eighteenth Century (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1996)

Carretta,Vincent, ed., The Interesting Narrative and Other Writings (New York: Penguin, 2003)

Carretta, Vincent and Philip Gould, eds., Genius in Bondage: Literatures of the Early Black Atlantic (Louisville, University of Kentucky Press, 2001)

Cary's New and Accurate Plan of London and Westminster the Borough of Southwark and parts Adjacent: viz. Kensington, Chelsea, Islington, Hackney, Walworth, Newington &c with an Alphabetical List of upwards of 500 of the most principal Streets with references to their situation (London: John Cary, 1795)

Cary's New and Accurate Plan of London and Westminster, the Borough of Southwark and Parts Adjacent (London: Printed for John Cary, 1802)

Catalogue of Books on the War of Rebellion and Slavery in the Library of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin (Madison, WI: Democrat Printing Company, 1887)

Chapman, Maria Weston, Right and Wrong in Massachusetts (Boston: Henry L. Devereux, 1840)

Chesson, William and Wilson Armistead,  “God’s Image in Ebony: Being a Series of Biographical Sketches, Facts, Antectodts, Etc., Demonstrative of the Mental Powers and Intellectual Capacities of the Negro Race (London: Partridge and Oakey, 1854)

Child, Lydia Maria, An Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans (Boston: Allen & Ticknor, 1833)

Clarkson, Thomas, Essay on the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species (London, 1786)

Clarkson, Thomas, An Essay on the Comparative Efficiency of Regulation or Abolition, as Applied to the Slave Trade (London: John Phillips, 1789)

Clarkson, Thomas, The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the Slave Trade (London, 1808), 2 vols.

Crow, Hugh. Memoires of Captain Hugh Crow (London: Longmans, Bees, Orme, Brow and Green, 1830), 199-200

Cugoano, Ottobah,Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil and Wicked Trqffic of the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species, Humbly Submitted to the Inhabitants of Great Britain, By Ottobah Cugoano, a Native of Africa (London, 1787)

Dancer, Thomas, A Brief History of the Late Expedition against Fort San Juan so far as it Relates to the Diseases of the Troops (Kingston: D. Douglass & W. Aikman, 1781)

Davis, Charles T., and Henry Louis Gates, Jr., The Slave's Narrative: Texts and Contexts (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985)

Demarin, John Peter, A Treatise upon the Trade from Great-Britain to Africa, by an African Merchant (London: R. Baldwin, 1772)

Dick, David, All Modern Slavery Indefensible (Melrose: P. Milne, 1836)

Dickson, William, Letters on Slavery (London: James Phillips, 1789)

Donnan, Elizabeth, Documents Illustrative of the History of the Slave Trade to America, 4 vols. (Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution, 1930-1935), 4:620

Falconbridge, A.M., Narrative of Two Voyages to the River Sierra Leone, during the Years 1791-2-3 (London, 1794)

Floyd, William, Little Ephraim Robin-John, and Ancona Robin Robin-John, “An Extract from the Depositions of William Floyd, of the City of Bristol, Mariner, and Little Ephraim Robin-John, and Ancona Robin Robin-John, of Old Town, Old Calabar, on the Coast of Africa,” Arminian Magazine 6 (1783), 98-99, 151-53, 211-12

French, A.M., Slavery in South Carolina and the Ex-Slaves; or the Port Royal Mission (New York: Winchell M. French, 1892)

Fyfe, Christopher F., ed., “Our Children Free and Happy:” Letters from Black Settlers in Africa in the 1790s (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1991)    

Grégoire, Henri Babtiste (Abbé Grégoire), De La Littérature Des Nègres, ou, Recherces sur leur facultés intellectuelles, leur qualitiés Morales et leur littérature; Suivies de Notices sur la vie et les ouvrages des Nègres qui se sont distingués dans les Sciences, les Lettres et les Arts (Paris: Maradan, 1808). 

Grégoire, Henri Babtiste (Abbé Grégoire), An Enquiry concerning the intellectual and moral faculties, and literature of Negroes; followed with an account of the life and works of fifteen Negroes and Mulattoes distinguished in Science, Literature and the Arts (Brooklyn: Thomas Kirk, 1810)

Gronniosaw, Albert Ukawsaw, A Narrative of the Most Remarkable Particulars in the Life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, an African Prince, As Related by Himself (Bath, 1772)

Hansard, T.C., The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time, Vol. II, Comprising the Period from the Fifth Day of April to the Thirty-First Day of July 1804 (London, 1812; New York: Kraus Reprint Col, 1970)

Hardy, Thomas, Memoir of Thomas Hardy, Founder and Secretary to, The London Corresponding Society (London: J. Ridgway, 1832)

Hargrave, An Argument in the Case of James Somersett, A Negro, Lately Determined by the Court of King’s Bench: Wherein it is attempted to demonstrate the Present Unlawfulness of Domestic Slavery in England, to which is Prefixed a State of the Case (London: 1772)

Hindreth, Archie, Depotism in America; or An Inquiry into the Nature and Results of the Slave-Holding System in the United States (Boston: Whipple and Damrell, 1840)

Hoare, Prince, Memoirs of Granville Sharp, Esq. Composed from his own Manuscripts and Other Authentic Documents in the Possession of his Family and of the African Institution  (London, 1820)

Hodgson, Robert, The Defence of Robert Hodgson, Esq. Late Superintendant, Agent, and Commander in Chief of he Mosquito Shore (London, 1779)

Hoyles, Martin, The Axe Laid to the Root. The Story of Robert Wedderburn (London: Hansib, 2004)

Hubbard, Julian S., "A Classified Catalogue of the Collection of Anti-Slavery Propaganda in the Oberlin College Library," Oberlin College Library Bulletin 2:3 (1932)

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King, Boston, “Memoirs of the Life of Boston King, a Black Preacher,” The Methodist Magazine 21 (1798), 105-10

Lambert, Sheila, ed., House of Commons Sessional Papers of the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 67. Slave Trade 1788-1790 (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1975)

Lambert, Sheila, ed., House of Commons Sessional Papers of the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 68. Minutes of Evidence on the Slave Trade 1788 and 1789 (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1975)

Lambert, Sheila, ed., House of Commons Sessional Papers of the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 69. Report of the Lords of Trade on the Slave Trade 1789. Part 1 (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1975)

Lambert, Sheila, ed., House of Commons Sessional Papers of the Eighteenth Century  Vol. 71, Minutes of Evidence on the Slave Trade 1790  Part 1 (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1975) 

Lambert, Sheila, ed., House of Commons Sessional Papers of the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 72, Minutes, &c. April, 1 1790 (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1975)

Lambert, Sheila, ed., House of Commons Sessional Papers of the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 73. Minutes of Evidence on the Slave Trade, 1790 (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1975)

Lambert, Sheila, ed., House of Commons Sessional Papers of the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 82.  Slave Trade 1791 and 1792 (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1975)

Marrant, John, “A Narrative of the Lord's Wonderful Dealings with John Marrant, A Black,” in Vincent Carretta, ed., Unchained Voices: An Anthology of Black Authors in the English-Speaking World of the Eighteenth Century (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1996), 110-33

Marrant, John, Narrative of the Lords Wonderful Dealings with John Marrant, A Black, Now Going to Preach the Gospel in Nova Scotia, (ed) W. Aldridge (London, 1785)

Marrant, John, The Journal of the Rev. John Marrant [1785-1789] (London,1790)

McCalman, Iain, ed., The Horrors of Slavery and other Writings by Robert Wedderburn (Princeton, NJ: Marcus Wiener, 1992)

Mott, Abrigail, Biographical Sketches and Interesting Antecdotes of Persons of Color (New York: M. Day, 1826)

Mott, Abrigail, The Life and Adventures of Olaudah Equiano, or, Gustavus Vassa, the African, 1745-1797 (New York: Samuel Wood & Sons, 1829)

Newcomb, Harvey, The "Negro Pew:" Being an Inquiry Concerning the Propriety of Distinctions in the House of God, on Account of Color (Boston: Isaac Knapp, 1837)

Nickolls, Robert Boucher, Letter to the Treasurer of the Society Instituted for the Purpose of Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade (London: John Phillips, 4th ed., 1788)

Oldendorp, Christian Georg Andreas, C. G. A. Oldendorp’s History of the Mission of the Evangelical Brethren on the Caribbean Islands of St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John [ed., Johann Jakob Bossardt; trans. Arnold R. Highfield and Vladimir Barac]Ann Arbor, MI: Karoma Publishers, 1987; originally published as Geschichte der Mission der evangelischen Brueder auf den caraibischen Inseln S. Thomas, S. Croix und S. Jan. Barby: Christian Friedrich Laur, 1770

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Peralta, Manuel M. De, Costa Rica Costa de Mosquitos. Documents para la Historia de la Jurisdiccion Territorial de Costa Rica y Colombia (Paris: Imprimerie Générale Lahure, 1898)

Pettigrew, Thomas Joseph, Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the late John Coakley Lettsom (1817), 3 vols.

Phipps, Constantine John, A Voyage to the North Pole undertaken by His Majesty’s Command, 1773 (London, 1774)

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Postlewayt, Malachy, The Universal Dictionary of Trade and Commerce (London, 1757)

Proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women held in the City of New-York, May 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th, 1837 (New York: William S. Dorr, 1837)

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Ramsay, James, An Essay on the Treatment and Conversion of African Slaves in the Sugar Colonies (London: James Phillips, 1784)

Ramsay, James, An Inquiry into the Effects of Putting a Stop to the African Slave Trade and of Granting Liberty to the Slaves in the British Sugar Colonies (London: James Phillips, 1784)

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Sharp, Granville, The Just Limitation of Slavery (London, 1776)

Sharp, Granville, A Representation of the Injustice and Dangerous Tendency of Tolerating Slavery; or of Admitting the Least Claim of Private Property in the Persons of Men, in England  (London, 1769)

Sharp, Granville. A Representation of the Injustice of Tolerating Slavery in England (London, 1769)

Simmons, William J. and Henry McNeal Turner, Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising (Cleveland, OH: G. M. Rewell & Company, 1887)

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Wadstrom, C.B., Observations on the Slave Trade, and a Description of some part of the Coast of Guinea, during a Voyage made in 1787, and 1788, in Company with Doctor A. Sparrman and Captain Arrehenius (London: John Phillips, 1789)

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Wikoff, Henry, A Letter to Viscount Palmerston, K.G., Prime Minister of England, on American Slavery (New York: Ross & Tousey, 1861)

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Contemporary Reviews  

The General Magazine and Impartial Review (July 1789)

The Monthly Review 80 (June 1789), 551-52 

Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, Review, The Interesting Narrative, Göettingische Anzeigen von Gelehrten Sachen, April 26, 1790

Gough, Richard, The Gentleman's Magazine 59 (June 1789), 539

Wollstonecraft , Mary, The Analytical Review (May 1789)

 





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