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The Abolitions of Slavery: From the L. F. Sonthonax to Victor Schoelcher, 1793, 1794, 1848 (Slave Route Series) by Marcel Dorigny



Published in association with UNESCO. 384 pages, 10 ills, bibliog. 00 Pb Published (October 2003). These papers are intended to demonstrate the complexity of the historical processes leading up to the abolition of slavery in 1793-1794, and again in 1848, given that Bonaparte had restored the former colonial regime in 1802.

These papers are intended to demonstrate the complexity of the historical processes leading up to the abolition of slavery in 1793-1794, and again in 1848, given that Bonaparte had restored the former colonial regime in 1802. The Abolitions of Slavery: From Lʹeger Fʹelcitʹe Sonthonax to Victor Schoelcher, 1793, 1794, 1848 Berghahn Series Slave route series.

The Abolitions of Slavery: From Leger Felcite Sonthonax to Victor Schoelcher, 1793, 1794, 1848. The relationship between Law and Anthropology can be considered as having been particularly intimate. In this book the authors defend their assertion that the two fields co-exist in a condition of "balanced reciprocity" wherein each makes important contributions to the successful practice and theory of the other. Anthropology, for example, offers a cross-culturally validated generic concept of "law," and clarifies other important legal concepts such as "religion" and "human rights

From L. F. Sonthonax to Victor Schoelcher -1793,1794,1848. Memory of Peoples series. Ce titre est disponible. The anti-slavery movement, which followed in the wake of the European slave trade, has attracted much less attention than the latter. This is particularly true for the abolition movement in the French colonies. This volume commemorates the first abolition of slavery, proclaimed by Léger Félicité Sonthonax in Saint-Domingue in 1793 and ratified by a decree of the National Convention in 1794, vividly portraying the complex developments that led to the decree of 1848, which permanently abolished slavery in the French domains.

In fact, France abolished slavery twice, in 1794 and in 1848, each time in the midst of revolutionary turmoil. Yet the historical forces that prompted these two legislative acts were distinct. The 1848 emancipation, organized by the fervent antislavery activist Victor Schoelcher in Paris, was one of the first, decisive steps of a new republican government after decades of procrastination by the July Monarchy; but unlike Britain and America, it was not sustained by a large, populist antislavery movement  . Jennings, Lawrence C. French Antislavery: The Movement for the Abolition of Slavery in France, 1802–1848.

The Abolitions of Slavery: From Leger Felicite Sonthonax to Victor Schoelcher, 1793, 1794, 1848 (Slave Route Series. by Marcel Dorigny (Nov 2003). by Léger Félicité 1763-1813 Sonthonax (Sep 30, 2010) by Léger Félicité 1763-1813 Sonthonax, Henri 1807-1864. fmo R Ternaux-Compans and France. by Léger Félicité 1763-1813 Sonthonax (Feb 24, 2014).

Jennings, Drescher, Marcel Dorigny, e. The Abolitions of Slavery: From F. L. Sonthonax to Victor Schoelcher, 1793, 1794, 1848 (New York and Oxford, 2003). 16. Cited in J. P. Daughton, An Empire Divided: Religion, Republicanism, and the Making of French Colonialism, 1880–1914 (Oxford, 2006), p. rossRefGoogle Scholar. 83. See Deutsch, Emancipation; Paul Reichard, Was soll mit den befreiten Sklaven geschehen?

Marcel Dorigny, ed. Les abolitions de l'esclavage de L. Sonthonax à V. Schoelcher,1793, 1794, 1848 (Paris: Éditions UNESCO; Saint-Denis: Presses Universitaires de Vincennes, 1995). On the basis of an extensive examination of judicial records, Prosper Ève analyzes forms of resistance in the island of Bourbon in the late eighteenth century, focusing on marronnage, reproductive resistance, suicide, and cultural expressions of opposition to slavery.

Marcel Dorigny, e. The Abolitions of Slavery: From Léger Félcité Sonthonax to Victor Schoelcher, 1793, 1794, 1848. New York; Paris: Berghahn Books; UNESCO Publishing, 2003. xiii + 370 pp. ISBN 1-57181-432-9; 9-23103-167-8 (UNESCO).

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These papers are intended to demonstrate the complexity of the historical processes leading up to the abolition of slavery in 1793-1794, and again in 1848, given that Bonaparte had restored the former colonial regime in 1802. Those processes include the slave insurrections and the many forms of resistance to slavery and servile work, the philosophical and political debates of the Enlightenment, the attitude of the Church, the action of anti-slavery associations and the role of revolutionary assemblies, not forgetting the importance of the economic interests that provided the backcloth to philosophical discussions in the matter.

The close interweaving of the colonial spheres of the majority of European powers inexorably raised slavery to an international plane: from then on anti-slavery too became a cosmopolitan movement, and these present studies strive to take account of this important innovation at the end of the eighteenth century.

This work, written in tribute to Léger Félicité Sonthonex, who was responsible for the first abolition in Santo Domingo in 1793, and to Victor Schoelcher, principal architect of the abolition of 1848, is intended to link two highly symbolic dates in the tragic history of the "first colonization": 1793 marks the beginning of the age of abolitions, yet it was not until half a century later that France, now republican once more, renewed links with the heritage of the Enlightenment and of Year II.