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Professor Trevor Burnard

Professor Trevor Burnard

Director

Faculty and Department

  • Institutes
  • Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation

Recent outputs

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Book Chapter

The Demise of the Royal African Compay and Changes in Slave Sales in Jamaica in the Early Eighteenth Century, 1698-1720

Burnard, T. (2022). The Demise of the Royal African Compay and Changes in Slave Sales in Jamaica in the Early Eighteenth Century, 1698-1720. In M. Michaud, E. Sinardet, & B. Van Ruymbeke (Eds.), Ici, là-bas, ailleurs : Le transnationalisme aux Amériques (XVIe-XIXe siècles) (71-84). Rennes: Les perseides

L'age de la plantation

Burnard, T. (2021). L'age de la plantation. In P. Ismard (Ed.), Les Mondes de L'Esclavage : Une histoire comparée (897-905). Paris: Editions du Seuil

Dominant minorities: Irish and Jamaican white protestants in the British Empire in the 1780s

Burnard, T. (2021). Dominant minorities: Irish and Jamaican white protestants in the British Empire in the 1780s. In P. Griffin, & F. D. Cogliano (Eds.), Ireland and America : Empire, Revolution, and Sovereignty (126-149)

Journal Article

The savage slave mistress: Punishing women in the British Caribbean, 1750–1834

Burnard, T., & Coleman, D. (in press). The savage slave mistress: Punishing women in the British Caribbean, 1750–1834. Atlantic Studies: Literary, Historical and Cultural Perspectives, https://doi.org/10.1080/14788810.2021.1899745

Tropical Hospitality, British Masculinity, and Drink in Late Eighteenth-Century Jamaica

Burnard, T. (in press). Tropical Hospitality, British Masculinity, and Drink in Late Eighteenth-Century Jamaica. The Historical journal, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0018246X2100025X

Project

Funder

Grant

Started

Status

Project

Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre

Funder

AHRC Arts & Humanities Research Council

Grant

£194,565.00

Started

1 October 2019

Status

Ongoing

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