Turning Points in Transnational Anti-Slavery Activism: Cardinal Lavigerie's "Anti-Slavery Crusade," the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, and the "Anti-Slavery Revival" of the Late Nineteenth Century, 1888-1890Travis, Samantha.
Abstract: This thesis provides a detailed analysis of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society's relationship with Cardinal Lavigerie, a French Catholic clergyman and prominent anti-slavery activist, and his transnational anti-slavery campaign between 1888 and 1890. Given the intensity of the imperial rivalry between Britain and France at this particular point in the nineteenth century, the fa... read more
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