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The Dutch Atlantic / Kwame Nimako

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Part of Pluto Press' Decolonial Studies, Postcolonial Horizons Series
£17.00

The Dutch Atlanic interogates the Dutch involvement in the Atlantic slavery and assesses the historical consequences oof this for contemporary European society. The authors show how the slae trade entwined economic, social and cultural elements, including nation-state formation in Europe. And how these nation-states mobilised European populations in the implementation of policies that actually facilitated and legitamised slavery, and in turn perpetuated colonialism. An essential text to students of post-colonial and European history. 

Barcode: 9780745331072

The Dutch Atlanic interogates the Dutch involvement in the Atlantic slavery and assesses the historical consequences oof this for contemporary European society. The authors show how the slae trade entwined economic, social and cultural elements, including nation-state formation in Europe. And how these nation-states mobilised European populations in the implementation of policies that actually facilitated and legitamised slavery, and in turn perpetuated colonialism. An essential text to students of post-colonial and European history. 

Barcode: 9780745331072