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Transatlantic Slave Trade: the Scottish Connection

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The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections.Podcasts from symposium jointly held at the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh in March 2010, with funding from the Royal Society of Edinburgh and support from the US Embassy.

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Colonial Merchants and the Country House

'Colonial merchants and the country house, c. 1680-1730'. Nuala Zahedieh, University of Edinburgh (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

21 MIN2012 MAR 30
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Colonial Merchants and the Country House

The Transition from Tobacco to Wheat Culture at Monticello

'From hogsheads to harvests: The transition from tobacco to wheat culture at Jefferson’s Monticello'. Lucia Stanton, Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

21 MIN2012 MAR 30
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The Transition from Tobacco to Wheat Culture at Monticello

Slavery Without Sugar

'Slavery without sugar: alternative husbandry in colonial Jamaica'. Professor Verene Shepherd, University of West Indies Mona (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

23 MIN2012 MAR 30
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Slavery Without Sugar

Rewriting Plantation Histories

'Rewriting plantation histories by rethinking colonial space'. Professor Jenny Shaw, University of Alabama (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections).

16 MIN2012 MAR 30
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Rewriting Plantation Histories

Child Death and Spiritual Power in 19th Century Jamaica

'Child death and spiritual power in early-nineteenth century Jamaica'. Diana Paton, University of Newcastle (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

21 MIN2012 MAR 30
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Child Death and Spiritual Power in 19th Century Jamaica

The Slave Population of St Croix, Danish West Indies

'The slave population of St. Croix, Danish West Indies, 1792-1805'. Professor Philip Morgan, Johns Hopkins University (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

31 MIN2012 MAR 30
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The Slave Population of St Croix, Danish West Indies

Labour Relations and the Apprenticeship System

'Labour relations and the apprenticeship system: Amity Hall, Jamaica, 1834-1840'. Professor Kenneth Morgan, Brunel University (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

28 MIN2012 MAR 30
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Labour Relations and the Apprenticeship System

Slave Women's Opposition to the Transatlantic Slave Trade

'A war of words: slave women’s opposition to the transatlantic slave trade'. Inge Dornan, Brunel University (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

20 MIN2012 MAR 30
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Slave Women's Opposition to the Transatlantic Slave Trade

The Perfect Plantation?

"'The Perfect Plantation'? William Dickson and the Hon. Joshua Steele of Barbados". Iain Whyte, University of Edinburgh (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

21 MIN2012 MAR 30
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The Perfect Plantation?

The Pennants of Bangor and the Hamiltons of Ayrshire

'From periphery to periphery: The Pennants of Bangor and the Hamiltons of Ayrshire'. Professor Trevor Burnard, University of Warwick (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

26 MIN2012 MAR 30
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The Pennants of Bangor and the Hamiltons of Ayrshire

Latest Episodes

Colonial Merchants and the Country House

'Colonial merchants and the country house, c. 1680-1730'. Nuala Zahedieh, University of Edinburgh (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

21 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
Colonial Merchants and the Country House

The Transition from Tobacco to Wheat Culture at Monticello

'From hogsheads to harvests: The transition from tobacco to wheat culture at Jefferson’s Monticello'. Lucia Stanton, Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

21 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
The Transition from Tobacco to Wheat Culture at Monticello

Slavery Without Sugar

'Slavery without sugar: alternative husbandry in colonial Jamaica'. Professor Verene Shepherd, University of West Indies Mona (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

23 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
Slavery Without Sugar

Rewriting Plantation Histories

'Rewriting plantation histories by rethinking colonial space'. Professor Jenny Shaw, University of Alabama (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections).

16 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
Rewriting Plantation Histories

Child Death and Spiritual Power in 19th Century Jamaica

'Child death and spiritual power in early-nineteenth century Jamaica'. Diana Paton, University of Newcastle (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

21 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
Child Death and Spiritual Power in 19th Century Jamaica

The Slave Population of St Croix, Danish West Indies

'The slave population of St. Croix, Danish West Indies, 1792-1805'. Professor Philip Morgan, Johns Hopkins University (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

31 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
The Slave Population of St Croix, Danish West Indies

Labour Relations and the Apprenticeship System

'Labour relations and the apprenticeship system: Amity Hall, Jamaica, 1834-1840'. Professor Kenneth Morgan, Brunel University (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

28 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
Labour Relations and the Apprenticeship System

Slave Women's Opposition to the Transatlantic Slave Trade

'A war of words: slave women’s opposition to the transatlantic slave trade'. Inge Dornan, Brunel University (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

20 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
Slave Women's Opposition to the Transatlantic Slave Trade

The Perfect Plantation?

"'The Perfect Plantation'? William Dickson and the Hon. Joshua Steele of Barbados". Iain Whyte, University of Edinburgh (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

21 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
The Perfect Plantation?

The Pennants of Bangor and the Hamiltons of Ayrshire

'From periphery to periphery: The Pennants of Bangor and the Hamiltons of Ayrshire'. Professor Trevor Burnard, University of Warwick (2010 Symposium: The transatlantic slave trade and plantation slavery in the Americas: Exploring Scottish connections)

26 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
The Pennants of Bangor and the Hamiltons of Ayrshire
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