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This anthology reflects the sweeping changes of recent years in historians' views of slavery, featuring essays from the growing fields of social history, women's history, and comparative history.
I. What Is Slavery? Orlando Patterson, Slavery and Social Death Eugene D. Genovese, On Paternalism II. The Emergence of Slavery Robert Fogel, Slavery in the New World Ira Berlin, Time, Space, and the Evolution of African-American Society Edmund S. Morgan, Slavery and Freedom: The American Paradox David Brion Davis, The Uncertain Antislavery Commitment of Thomas Jefferson III. Slave Life and Culture Lawrence Levine, Slave Spirituals Images of Slavery: A Photographic Essay Albert J. Raboteau, Conjure Kenneth F. Kiple and Virginia H. King, Nutrition and Nutriments IV. Family and Gender Allan Kulikoff, The Life Cycle of Slaves Herbert G. Gutman, Family Life Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Slave Women V. United States Slavery in Comparative Perspective George M. Fredrickson, The Origins of Racial Slavery in Virginia and South Africa Peter Kolchin, American Slavery and Russian Serfdom Stanley L. Engerman, Slavery and Emancipation in Comparative Perspective VI. Slavery and Society Drew G. Faust, Slave Management Eugene D. Genovese, Slave Revolts Eric Foner, Slavery and the Civil War Suggestions for Further Reading