The History Watch Project is proud to have collaborated with the Ian Randle Publishers in the production of this edited primary source collection. For the first time these valuable letters on the slave trade will be readily available to Caribbean-based scholars.
For scholars, the transcriptions of original manuscripts provide new and valuable source material in the continuing deconstruction of the trans-Atlantic saga of slavery. For political activists and policymakers, these manuscripts constitute additional supporting materials for reparations and the quest for social justice and recognition in the Caribbean.
To purchase this collection please visit https://www.ianrandlepublishers.com/
History Watch: The Podcast Series
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History Watch Project: Blog
The HWP blog addresses a number of issues that contemplate the ways in which we can better use history to engage with and inform problems and issues in the contempory moment.
The Politics of Memory
The History Watch Project publishes the blog The Politics of Memory. This blog offers reflections on the Global South from various authors.
The articles published share critical assessments of the ways in which historical interpretations and assumptions are both represented and consumed in media, politics, pop culture, and other realms of the public sphere. It is edited by Dr. Audra A. Diptee