Publications that Make Use of SSDA Resources
Gomes, Flavio. Africans and "nations" in the slave trade through parish registers: preliminary notes for comparative perspectives on Brazil and Cuba in the seventeenth century."In Dossiê: Novas perspectivas na história da escravidão, 22(41): 2016, 451-466.
Gómez, Pablo F. The Experiential Caribbean: Creating Knowledge and Healing in the Early Modern Atlantic (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2017).
Landers, Jane. “New Sources and New Findings for Slavery and Abolition in the Atlantic World." In Slavery & Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies, 36(3): 2015, 421-423.
Landers, Jane, ed. Slavery and Abolition in the Atlantic World: New Sources and New Findings (Oxfordshire, England: Taylor and Francis Books, 2017). The book features contributions by Landers and ESSSS team members Kara Schultz, Angela Sutton, Mariza Soares, Renée Soulodre-La France, and Courtney Campbell.
Landers, Jane, Pablo Gómez, José Polo Acuña, and Courtney J. Campbell, "Researching the history of slavery in Colombia and Brazil through ecclesiastical and notarial archives," in From Dust to Digital: Ten Years of the Endangered Archives Programme. Edited by Maja Kominko. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, 2015. This book chapter reconstructs the history of African slavery on the Pacific and Caribbean coasts of Colombia and in the northeastern region of Brazil using documents digitized under various British Library Endangered Archives grants.
Landers, Jane, Mariza Soares, Paul E. Lovejoy, and Andrew McMichael, "Slavery in Ecclesiastical Archives: Preserving the Records." Hispanic American Historical Review, 86(2): 2006, 337-346.
Sutton, Angela, "Digital History Profile."Madison Historical Review 2, 2: 2018.
——. “The Digital Overhaul of the Archive of Ecclesiastical and Secular Sources for Slave Societies (ESSSS).” sx archipelagos 2: 2017.
Wheat, David. Atlantic Africa and the Spanish Caribbean, 1570-1640. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2016.
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