Publications of Present & Past Tubman Graduate Students


Abaka, Edmund. Kola is God’s Gift: Agricultural Production, Export Initiative and the Kola Industry in Asante and the Gold Coast, c. 1820-1950 (Athens: Ohio University Press and Oxford: James Currey, 2004)

de Barros, Juanita.  Order and Place in a Colonial City: Patterns of Struggle and Resistance in Georgetown, British Guiana, 1889-1924 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002)

Candido, Mariana. Fronteras de la Esclavización: Esclavitud, Comercio e Identidad en Benguela, 1780-1850 (Mexico: Colegio de Mexico Press, 2010)

Candido, Mariana;  José C. Curto, Paul E. Lovejoy and Renée Soulodre-La France. Laços Atlânticos: África e o Brasil durante a era da Escravidão (Luanda, 2010)

Diptee, Audra  and David Trotman, eds. Beyond Fragmentation: Perspectives on Caribbean History (Princeton: Marcus Weiner Publishers, 2006)

Kassim, Mohamed  and Alessandra Vianello, eds. Servants of the Sharia: The Civil Register of the Qadis’ Court of Brava, 1893-1900. 2 vols, (Leiden: J. Brill, 2006)

Kolapo, Femi  and Kwabena Akurang-Parry. African Agency and European Colonialism: Latitudes of Negotiations and Containment (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc, 2007)

Korieh, Chima J. and Femi J. Kolapo, eds. The Aftermath of Slavery: Transitions and Transformations in Southeastern Nigeria (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2007)

Korieh, Chima J. and Ugo G. Nwokeji, eds. Religion, History and Politics in Nigeria (University Press of America: 2005)

Kriger, Colleen. Cloth in West African History (Lanham: AltaMira Press, 2006);

Kriger, Colleen. Pride of Men: Iron Working in 19th Century West Central Africa (Portsmouth: NH: Heinemann, 1999)

Mirzai, Behnaz A., Ismael Musah, Montana, and Lovejoy, Paul E. (Eds.). Slavery, Islam and Disapora (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2009)

Stilwell,Sean. Paradoxes of Power: The Kano “Mamluks” and Male Royal Slavery in the Sokoto Caliphate: 1804-1903 (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2004)

Strickrodt, Silke  and Robin Law, eds. Ports of the Slave Trade (Bights of Benin and Biafra) (Stirling: Centre of Commonwealth Studies, University of Stirling, 1999)



Abaka, Edmund, “North Africa”in Toyin Falola (ed.), Africa, vol 3: Colonial Africa, 1885-1939 (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2002), 411-32

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “‘To Wassa Fiase for Gold’: Rethinking Colonial Rule, El Dorado, Antislavery, and Chieftaincy in the Gold Coast, 1874-95,” History in Africa,

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “Making a Difference in Colonial Interventionism in Gold Mining in Wassa Fiase, Gold Coast (Ghana): The Social & Political Activism of Two Women 1874-1893,” in Jaclyn G. Viskovatoff and Laurie Mercier (eds.), Mining Women: Gender, Race and Global Capitalism, 1800-2000

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “‘The Loads are Heavier than Usual’: Female Forced Labor in the Central Province, Gold Coast (Colonial Ghana) ca.1900-1940,” African Economic History

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “‘With a Load on His Head and Nothing in His Hands’: The Opposition of the Gold Coast (Ghana) Press to the Compulsory Labor Ordinance, 1895-ca.1899,” Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “`We Cast About for a Remedy’: The Opposition of the Gold Coast Press to the Chinese Mine Labor Experiment in the Gold Coast, ca. 1874-1914,” International Journal of African Historical Studies

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “Rethinking the ‘Slaves of Salaga’: Post-Proclamation Slavery in the Gold Coast, 1874-1899,” Left History, 8, 1, 2003

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “Teen Life in Ghana, 1874 to the Present: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives,” in Toyin Falola (ed.), Teen Life in Africa (New York: Greenwood Publishing Company, 2003)

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “Africa and the First World War.” In Toyin Falola (ed.), African History and Culture (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2002), vol. 3, 53-68

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “‘What Is and What Is Not the Law:’ Imprisonment for Debt and the Institution of Pawnship in the Gold Coast, 1821-1899.” In Toyin Falola and Paul E. Lovejoy (eds.), Pawnship, Slavery and Colonialism in Africa (New Brunswick, N.J.: Africa World Press, 2002), 427-47

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “Otherizing Space and Cultures of Africa: The American Media’s Coverage of President Bill Clinton’s Visit to Ghana,” Journal of Cultural Studies 3:1 (2001), 74-89

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “A Campaign to get Fetishes Destroyed”: A Note on the Basel Mission’s Pupil Recruitment and Proselytization in the Gold Coast (Modern Ghana) 1850-1877,” Historisch Tijdschrift Groniek, 151 (2001), 157-168

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “Colonial Forced Labor Strategies for Road-Building in the Gold Coast (Southern Ghana) and International Anti-Forced Labor Pressures, 1900-1940,” African Economic History, 28 (2001), 23-47

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “`A Smattering of Education’ and Petitions as Sources: A Study of African Slave Holders’ Response to Abolition in the Gold Coast,” History in Africa, 27 (2000), 39-60

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “The Administration of Abolition Laws, African Responses, and Post-Proclamation Slavery in Colonial Southern Ghana, 1874-1940,” in Suzanne Miers and Martin Klein (eds.), Slavery and Colonial Rule in Africa (London: Frank Cass, 1999), 149-166

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “Slavery and Abolition in the Gold Coast (Southern Ghana): Colonial Modes of Emancipation and African Initiatives,” Ghana Studies, 1 (1998), 11-34

Akurang-Parry, Kwabena, “The Internet and the Debasement of Women in Ghana,” Refuge, 17:5 (1998), 13-17

de Barros, Juanita, “Introduction to British Guiana,” in The Marcus Garvey University Negro Improvement Association Papers, ed. Robert Hill. 2 ms pp (forthcoming)

de Barros, Juanita, “Dispensers, Obeah, and Quackery: Medical Rivalries in Post-Slavery British Guiana.” Social History of Medicine. 38 ms pp (forthcoming, April, 2007)

de Barros, Juanita, “‘Setting Things Right’: Medicine and Magic in British Guiana, 1803-1834,” Slavery and Abolition, 2004

de Barros, Juanita, “Spreading Sanitary Enlightenment”: Race, Identity, and the Emergence of a Creole Medical Profession in British Guiana,” Journal of British Studies, 2003

de Barros, Juanita, “Metropolitan Policies and Colonial Practices at the Boys’ Reformatory in British Guiana,” Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 30.2 (May 2002): 1-24

de Barros, Juanita, “‘To Milk or Not to Milk?’ Regulation of the Milk Industry in Colonial Georgetown,” Journal of Caribbean History, 31: 1 & 2 (1997)

de Barros, Juanita, “‘Race’ and Culture in the Writings of J. J. Thomas,” Journal of Caribbean History, 27:1 (1993)

de Barros, Juanita, “Wharf Rats, Centipedes, and Pork Knockers: Labourers and Labour Law in Colonial Georgetown,” in Paul Craven and Doug Hay, eds., Master and Servant: Uses of the Law Durham: University of North Carolina Press, 2003

de Barros, Juanita, “’Working Cutlass and Shovel’: Labour and Redemption at the Onderneeming School in British Guiana,” in eds. Gad Heuman and David Trotman, eds., Contesting Freedom: Control and Resistance in the Post-emancipation Caribbean (London: Macmillan, 2005)

de Barros, Juanita, “Congregationalism and Afro-Guianese Autonomy,” in Patrick Taylor, ed., Nation Dance: Religion, Identity, and Cultural Difference in the Caribbean (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001)

de Barros, Juanita, “Introduction.” With David Trotman and Audra Diptee. In Beyond Fragmentation: A Pan-Caribbean Look at Slavery, Emancipation and Colonialism. Eds. Trotman, De Barros, Diptee. Marcus Weiner Publishers, 2005

Burnham, Thor, “Foreign Fiancés in Port-au-Prince, 1850-1870: A Circum-Caribbean Approach” In Revolución, Independencia, y Emancipación: La Lucha contra la esclavitud en el Circuncaribe, edited by Rina Caceres Gómez and Paul E. Lovejoy (San José: UNESCO and Universidad de Costa Rica, 2007)

Burnham, Thor, “‘Everything They Hate’: Michèle, Mildred, and Elite Haitian Marriage Strategies in Historical Perspective,” Journal of Family History, 31, 1 (2006): 83-109

Burnham, Thor, “Singing Duvalier, Singing the Nation: Contesting Marine Masculinity in Papa Doc’s Haiti,” in William H. Beezley, ed., Defiant Drums: Global Music, Resistance and Representation

Candido, Mariana, “Crossed Memories: Tracing the Benguelas to the Motherland” in Ana Lucia Araujo, Mariana Pinho Candido, and Paul E. Lovejoy, eds. Crossing Memories: Slavery and African Diaspora. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, forthcoming

Candido, Mariana, “Merchants and the Business of the Slave Trade in Benguela, c. 1750-1850,” African Economic History, 35 (2008)

Candido, Mariana, “Trade, Slavery and Migration in the Interior of Benguela: the case of the Caconda, 1830-1870,” Beatrix Heintz and Achim von Oppen, Angola on the Move: Transport Routes, Communications, and History (Frankfurt: Otto Lemberck Publishers, 2008), 63-84

Cairus, José, “Instrumentum vocale, Mallams e Alufas: O Paradoxo Islamico da Erudicao na Diapora Africana no Atlantico,” Topoi: Revista de Historia, 6 ( 2003), 123-64

Cairus, José, “Rebelião Malê de 1835: uma abordagem sobre a motivação da liderança afro- muçulmana sob uma perspectiva atual,” Revista de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Gama Filho (Rio de Janeiro) (dezembro de 1999)

Challenger, Denise, “The Streets of Bridgetown circa 1765,” The Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 45 (1999)

Daddi Addoun, Yacine and Lovejoy, Paul E., “Muhammad Kābā Saghanughu and the Muslim Community of Jamaica,” in Paul E. Lovejoy (ed.), Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam (Princeton: Markus Wiener, Publisher, 2004), 201-20

Diptee, Audra, “African Children in the British Slave Trade during the Late Eighteenth Century,” Slavery & Abolition, 27, 2 (2006), 183-196

Diptee, Audra, “Imperial Ideas, Colonial Realities: Enslaved Children in Jamaica, 1775-1834,” Frontiers: Children and Youth in Colonial America, ed. James Marten, (New York: NYU Press, 2006), 48-60

Diptee, Audra, “African Children in the British Slave Trade during the Late Eighteenth Century,” Children in Slavery, eds. Gwyn Campbell, Suzanne Miers, Joseph C. Miller (Athens: Ohio University Press, 2007), 210-226

Eno, Omar, “’Landless Landlords, and Landed Tenants’: Plantation Slavery in Southern Somalia (1840-1918)” in Abbdi M. Kusow (ed.), Putting the Cart Before the Horse: Inverted Nationalism and the Crisis of Identity in Somalia (Trenton NJ: Africa World Press, 2005)

Grandio Moráguez, Oscar, “La Cultura Arara en Cuba, Revista Afroasiatica,” COLMEX, Mexico, January 2000

Hamza, Ibrahim, “Gender and the Administration of Justice in Kano Emirate, Northern Nigeria 1926-1954” in Richard Roberts (ed.) Colonialism and Muslim Family Law in Africa (Stanford, 2003)

Hamza, Ibrahim, “The Hausa Community in Bahia, 1800-1835,” in John Oriji (ed.), Nigerian Diaspora in the Americas (Berkeley, University of California Press, 2003)

Hamza, Ibrahim and Abadallah, Hussaina J, “Women and Land in Northern Nigeria: the Need for Independent Ownership Rights in L. Munthoni Wanyeki (ed.), Women and Land in Africa: Culture, Religion and Realizing Women’s Rights (London: Zed Press, 2003), 133-176

Hamza, Ibrahim, “Slavery and Plantation Society at Dorayi in Kano Emirate” in Paul E. Lovejoy (ed.), Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam (New Jersey: Marcus Weiner Publishers, 2004)

Hamza, Ibrahim, “Amirul Inglis?” Lugard and the Transformation of the Northern Nigeria Aristocracy, c.1903-1918″ in Toyin Falola (ed.), Nigeria in the Twentieth Century (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2002), 119-32

Hunt, Nadine, “Privateers and merchants: legitimizing the Caribbean trade of Jamaica during the Seven Years’ War,” Working Paper No. 08-12 (Cambridge, MA: International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World, Harvard University, 2008).

Hunt, Nadine, “A weh dem a go? The slave trade of Jamaica,” in Swithin R. Wilmot, ed., Freedom: Retrospective and Prospective (Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers, 2009), 3-15.

Hunt, Nadine, “Scattered memories: the intra-Caribbean slave trade via Jamaica and Curaçao to Spanish America,” in Ana Lucia Araújo, Mariana Pinho Candido and Paul E. Lovejoy, eds., Crossing Memories: Slavery and African Diaspora (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, Forhtcoming).

Kassim, Mohamed, “Dhikr Will Echo From All Corners: Dada Masiti And The Transmission of Islamic Knowledge,” Bildhaan: International Journal of Somali Studies, 2 (2001)

Kassim, Mohamed, “Stringing Coral Beads: Didacticism And Vernacular Verse In Brava,” in T. Adera and A. Ahmed, eds, Critical Studies in Northeast African Literatures (Trenton NJ: Red Sea Press, 2000)

Kolapo, Femi James, “Trading Ports of the Niger-Benue Confluence Area, c.1830-1873.” In Robin Law and Silke Strickrodt eds., The Ports of the Slave Trade: Bights of Benin and Biafra (Stirling: Centre of Commonwealth Studies, 1999), 96-121

Kolapo, Femi James, “Post-abolition Niger River Commerce and the 19th Century Igala Political
Crisis,” African Economic History 27 (1999): 45-67

Kolapo, Femi James, “CMS Missionaries of African Origin and Extra-religious Encounters at the Niger- Benue Confluence, 1858-1880,” African Studies Review 43:2 (2000): 87-115

Kolapo, Femi James, “The 1858-59 Gbebe Journal OF CMS Missionary James Thomas,” History in Africa 27 (2000): 159-192

Kolapo, Femi James, “The Ife Origin and Creation Myths,” Groniek Historisch Tijdschrift 151 (2001): 121-36

Kolapo, Femi James, “The Political Impact of European Rule,” in Falola, T., ed., Africa Vol. 3: Colonial Africa, 1885-1939 (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2002), 87-105

Kolapo, Femi James, “Central Africa,” in Toyin Falola, ed., Africa Vol. 3: Colonial Africa, 1885-1939 (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2002), 343-62

Kolapo, Femi James, “The Southward Military Campaigns of Nupe c.1830 – 1853,” in Paul E. Lovejoy, ed. Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam (Princeton: Markus Wiener Publisher, 2004)

Kolapo, Femi, “Christian Missions and Religious Encounters at the Niger-Benue Confluence before Colonization”, in Precolonial Nigeria, Essays in Honour of Toyin Falola, ed.Akin Ogundiran(Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press: 2005), 509-524.

Kolapo, Femi, “ ‘Making Favourable Impressions’: Bishop Crowther’s C.M.S. Upper Niger Mission in Jihadist Nupe Emirate, 1859-1879,” in Chima J Korieh and Ugo G. Nwokeji, eds., Religion, History and Politics in Nigeria. University Press of America: 2005), 29-51.

Lofkrantz, Jennifer, “Power Dynamics, Society and Ransoming of New Captives and Long-Term Slaves in West and North-West Africa in the Nineteenth Century,” in Behnaz A. Mirzai, Ismael Musah Montana, and Paul E. Lovejoy, eds., Islam, Slavery, and Diaspora (Trenton NJ: Africa World Press, 2008)

Mirzai, Behnaz A., “African presence in Iran: identity and its reconstruction”, Outre- Mer Revue d’histoire, Traites et esclavages: vieux problemes, nouvelles perspectives? Paris, 2em semester (2002), 229-46

Mirzai, Behnaz A., “Spirit Possession and the Afro-Iranian Diaspora,” Cahiers des Anneaux de la Mémoire (2004)

Mirzai, Behnaz, “The 1848 abolitionist Farmān: a Step Towards Ending the Slave Trade in Iran,” in Gwyn Campbell, (ed.), Abolition and its Aftermath in Indian Ocean Africa and Asia (London: Routledge, 2005): 94-102.

Mirzai, Behnaz, “The Slave Trade and the African Diaspora in Iran,” in Abdul Sheriff, (ed.), Monsoon and Migration: Unleashing dhow synergies (Zanzibar: ZIFF, 2005): 30-34.

Mirzai, Behnaz, “Le commerce des esclaves africains dans l’Iran du XIXe siècle ” in Jean-Marc Masseaut, (ed.), De l’Afrique à l’Extrême Orient (Les Cahiers des Anneaux de la Mémoire, 2006)

Mirzai, Behnaz, “The Trade in enslaved Africans in Nineteenth-Century Iran” in Kiran Kamal Prasad and Jean-Pierre Angenot (eds.), TADIA – The African Diaspora in Asia: Explorations on a Less Known Fact (Jana Jagrati Prakashana, 2008)

Mirzai, Behnaz, “Emancipation and its Legacy in Iran: an Overview”, in The Cultural Interactions Resulting from the Slave Trade and Slavery in the Arab Islamic World (UNESCO, 2008)

Mirzai, Behnaz, “Qajar Haram: Imagination or Reality” in Slavery, Islam and Diaspora (Africa World Press, 2009).

Mirzai, Behnaz, “Afro-Iranian Lives”.

Montana, Ismael M. “The Hatk al-Sitr of Al-Timbuktawi: An Early Nineteenth-Century Account of Bori Practice in the Regency of Tunis,” Arab Historical Review for Ottoman Studies, 24 (2001), 63-78

Montana, Ismael M., “The Lomé Convention, Post Cold War Realities and the Maastricht Treaty,” Journal of Development Alternative and Area Studies, 21:1&2 (2002), 163-82

Montana, Ismael M., “Ahmad Ibn al-Qadi al-Timbuktawi on the Bori Ceremonies of Sudan-Tunis,” in Paul E. Lovejoy (ed.), Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam (New Jersey: Marcus Weiner Publishers, 2004), 173-198

Montana, Ismael M., “The Trans-Saharan Slave Trade of Ottoman Tunisia, 1574 to 1782,” The Maghreb Review, 33:2 (2008)

Montana, Ismael M., “Bori Colonies in Tunis,” In Ismael M. Montana, Paul E. Lovejoy and Behnaz Mirzai Asl, (eds.), Slavery, Islam and Diaspora (Trenton NJ: Africa World Press, 2009), 156-167

Montana, Ismael M., “The Stambali of Tunis: Its Origins and Transculturation from a Secret-Possession Cult to Ethno-Religious and National Culture in Husaynid Tunisia,” in Ehud Toledano and Ababu Yimene (eds.), African Communities in Asia and the Mediterranean: Between Integration and Conflict (London; New York: Continuum Press, 2009)

Nwokeji, Ugo G. and David Eltis, “Characteristics of Captives Leaving the Cameroons, 1822-1837.” Journal of African History, 43:1, 191-210

Nwokeji, Ugo G. and David Eltis, “The Roots of the African Diaspora: Methodological Considerations in the Analysis of Names in the Liberated African Registers of Sierra Leone and Havana.” History in Africa, 29, (2002), 365-379

Nwokeji, Ugo G., “African Conceptions of Gender and the Slave Traffic.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Series, 58:1 (2001), 47-68

Nwokeji, Ugo G., “The Atlantic Slave Trade and Population Density: A Historical Demography of the Biafran Hinterland.” Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34:3 (2000)

Nwokeji, Ugo G., “The Politicization of Merchant Capital: European Business in Nigeria, 1947-52” in The Transformation of Nigeria: Essays in Honor of Toyin Falola, ed. Adebayo Oyebade (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2002), 183-222

Ojo, Olatunji, “Slavery, Farm Slaves and Agriculture in Nineteenth Century Ibadan,” Nigerian Journal of Economic History, 2, 1999, 136-54

Ojo, Olatunji, “Writing Female Farmers Into History: The Case of Yoruba Food Production Sector” in Toyin Falola & Christian Jennings (eds.), Africanizing Knowledge: African Studies Across the Disciplines (Somerset, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2002), 387-404

Ojo, Olatunji, “More than Farmers’ Wives: Yoruba Women and Cash Crop Production, c.1920- 1957,” in Adebayo Oyebade (ed.), The Transformation of Nigeria: Essays in honor of Toyin Falola (Trenton and Asmara: Africa World Press, Inc. 2001), 383-404

Ojo, Olatunji, “From Slavery to Stardom: the Story of Asamo Famugbode,” Historia: Journal of the Student Historical Society of Nigeria, 1999, 16-18

Ojo, Olatunji, “Islam, Ethnicity and Slave Resistance: Hausa ‘Mamluks’ in Nineteenth Century Yorubaland,” in Paul Lovejoy, Ismael Montana and Bernaz Mirzai (eds.), Islam, Slavery and Diaspora (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, forthcoming 2008)

Ojo, Olatunji, “Youth Gambling in a Depressed Economy: Ibadan (Nigeria) 1986-1996,” in William Reno and Laray Denzer (eds.),Youth Policy and the Policies of Youth in Africa (Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2006)

Ojo, Olatunji, “Slavery, Pawnship and Marriage in Yorubaland, 1850-1900” in Judith Byfield (ed.), Engendering the Atlantic (forthcoming)

Salau, Mohammed B., “The Nigerian Civil War and an Urban Neighborhood in Northern Nigeria” in Toyin Falola (ed.), Nigeria In The Twentieth Century (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2002), 463-72

Salau, Mohammed B., “The Atlantic Slave Trade and the Impact on the Nigerian Hinterland, 1500-1900” in Akin Ogundiran (ed.), Peoples, Politics, and Societies in Pre-Colonial Nigeria:Essays in Honor of Toyin Falola (Trenton NJ: African World World Press, 2006), 447-470

Salau, Mohammed B., “Ribats and the Development of Plantations in the Sokoto Caliphate: A Case Study of Fanisau,” Africa Economic History, 34 (2006): 23-43.

Salau, Mohammed B., “The Gbagyi Engagement with Early Colonialism,” in Femi J. Kolapo and Kwabena O. Akurang-Parry, eds., African Agency and European Colonialism: Latitudes of Negotiations and Containment (Lanham: Maryland, University Press of America, 2007), 105-110.

Salau, Mohammed B., “Voices of those who talked: Slavery and Slave trade in Kano Emirate” in Ana Lucia Araujo, Mariana Pinho Candido, and Paul E. Lovejoy, eds. Crossing Memories: Slavery and African Diaspora. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2008

Salau, Mohammed B., “Slaves in a Muslim City: A Survey of Slavery in Nineteenth Century Kano,” in Paul Lovejoy, Ismael Montana and Bernaz Mirzai (eds.)in Paul E. Lovejoy et al, eds., Islam, Slavery and the Diaspora (New Jersey: African World Press, 2009), 91-101.

Stewart, Robert, “Akan Ethnicity in Jamaica: A Re-Examination of Jamaica’s Slave Imports from the Gold Coast, 1655-1807” The Maryland Historian (2004)

Stilwell, Sean, “Power, Honour and Shame: The Ideology of Royal Slavery in the Sokoto Caliphate,” Africa 70, 3 (2000), 394-421

Stilwell, Sean, “Culture, Kinship and Power: The Evolution of Royal Slavery in Nineteenth-Century Kano,” African Economic History 27 (1999), 177-21

Stilwell, Sean, “‘Amana’ and ‘Asiri’: Royal Slave Culture and the Colonial Regime in Kano, 1903-1926,” Slavery and Abolition 19, 2 (1998), 167-88

Stilwell, Sean, “The Development of a ‘Mamluk’ System in the Sokoto Caliphate, 1804-1903,” in Paul E. Lovejoy (ed.), Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam (Princeton: Markus Wiener Publisher, 2004)

Stilwell, Sean, “The Imposition of Colonial Rule,” Toyin Falola (ed.), Africa, vol. 3: Colonial Africa, 1885-1939 (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2002), 3-25

Stilwell, Sean, “The Power of Knowledge and the Knowledge of Power: Kinship, Community and Royal Slavery in Kano, 1807-1903,” in Toru Miura and John Edward Philips (eds.), Elite Slavery in the Middle East and Africa: A Comparative Study (London: Kegan Paul, 2000), 117-158

Strickrodt, Silke, “On Mummies, Balloons and Moving Houses. Jane (Webb) Loudon’s The Mummy! A Tale of the Twenty-Second Century (1827),” in Elmar Schenkel and Stefan Welz, eds., Lost Worlds and Mad Elephants; Literature, Science and Technology 1700-1900 (Glienecke/Berlin and Cambridge/ Mass.: Galda + Wilch Verlag, 1999), 51-60

Strickrodt, Silke, “‘Geschichten über fremde Länder’: Das Afrikabild in den Werken der Sarah Lee,” in Afrika in der europäischen Fiktion 1689-1856 (University of Leipzig Papers on Africa, History and Culture Series No. 7, Leipzig, 2001), 15-23

Strickrodt, Silke, “Une source négligée de l’histoire de Petit-Popo: les archives de Thomas Miles 1789-1796,” in N.L. Gayibor, ed., A l’écoute de l’histoire, vol 1 of: Le tricentenaire d’Aneho et du pays guin (Lomé, 2001), 59-101

Strickrodt, Silke, “A Neglected Source for the History of Little Popo: the Thomas Miles Papers ca.1789-1796,” History in Africa 28 (2001), 293-330

Strickrodt, Silke, “At the Top of the Tree: Fantastic Tree-Top Worlds in English Fiction (ca. 1890-1914),” Inklings-Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik (Moers: Brendow Verlag, 2001), 10-34

Strickrodt, Silke, “Afro-Brazilians” of the Western Slave Coast in the Nineteenth century” in Curto, José C. and Lovejoy, Paul E., eds., Enslaving Connections: Changing Cultures of Africa and Brazil during the Era of Slavery (Amherst NY: Humanity Books, 2004) 213-44