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Menschenhandel in der Frühen Neuzeit

Neu erschienen: Rebekka von Mallinckrodt, Josef Köstlbauer und Sarah Lentz untersuchen die deutsche Beteiligung am atlantischen Sklavenhandel

Beyond Exceptionalism

Traces of Slavery and the Slave Trade in Early Modern Germany, 1650–1850

  • Herausgegeben von: Rebekka von Mallinckrodt, Josef Köstlbauer und Sarah Lentz
  • De Gruyter Oldenburg 2021

While the economic involvement of early modern Germany in slavery and the slave trade is increasingly receiving attention, the direct participation of Germans in human trafficking remains a blind spot in historiography. This edited volume focuses on practices of enslavement taking place within German territories in the early modern period as well as on the people of African, Asian, and Native American descent caught up in them.

De Gruyter