Publications/Conferences

Conference of the British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Oxford, 3-5 January 2007:


“The Controversy about Slavery and its Abolition in Britain, 1770-1833“

Prof. Wolfgang Zach: “British Pro- and Anti-Slavery Discourses in Britain 1770-1833. A Review of Argumentative Patterns”

Mag. Adrian Knapp: “‘Inkle and Yarico’ and the Abolition of the Slave Trade: Two Tales of Capitalist Exploitation of Humanity”

Dr. Ulrich Pallua: “‘Slavery was Agreeable, its Fortune Desirable’. The Acceptance of the Evils of Slavery as a Social Phenomenon: an Indicator of a Pro-Slavery Approach”


Conference “Free at Last? Interdisciplinary Conference to Commemorate the Bicentennial Anniversary of the Abolition of the British Atlantic Slave Trade”, Centre for Caribbean Studies, University of Warwick, 11-13 July 2007:


Dr. Ulrich Pallua/Prof. Wolfgang Zach: “Anti-Slave Trade Propaganda in 1788/89: The African’s Complaint in Contrast to Britain’s Vision of Liberty”


CISLE Conference “Literatures in English: Ethnic, Colonial and Cultural Encounters”, University of Barcelona, 23-27 July 2007:


The Controversy about the Slave Trade in Britain”

Prof. Wolfgang Zach: “Part I: Outline of the Project and the First Parliamentary Debate in 1789”

Dr. Ulrich Pallua: “Part II: Pro- and Anti-Slavery Voices in Periodical Literature: The Gentleman’s Magazine and The Monthly Review

Mag. Adrian Knapp: “Part III: Pro- and Anti-Slavery Voices in the Contemporary Press: The Times, 1787-1791”.


Forthcoming 2008:

Conference “Abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: Telling the Story”, The College of The Bahamas, Nassau, 21-23 February 2008


Workshop on “Slavery and Abolition”, University of New Orleans, 25-26 February 2008


Publications:

Pallua, Ulrich. “‘Slavery was Agreeable, its Fortune Desirable’. The Acceptance of the Evils of Slavery as a Social Phenomenon: an Indicator of a Pro-Slavery Approach.” AAA. Band 32, Heft 2 (2007).

Forthcoming 2008:

Prof. Wolfgang Zach, “Outline of the Project and the First Parliamentary Debate in 1789”

Dr. Ulrich Pallua, “Pro- and Anti-Slavery Voices in Periodical Literature: The Gentleman’s Magazine and The Monthly Review

Mag. Adrian Knapp, “Pro- and Anti-Slavery Voices in the Contemporary

Press: The Times, 1787-1791”

Ulrich Pallua/Wolfgang Zach, “Anti-Slave Trade Propaganda in 1788: The African’s Complaint in Contrast to Britain’s Vision of Liberty”

Monograph: Pro- and Anti-Slavery Discourse in the British Abolition Debate: 1772-1834

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