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Atlas of Slavery

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In this new book he looks at slavery in the Americas in the broadest context, taking account of both earlier and later forms of slavery. David Eltis and David Richardson, Atlas of the Transatlantic Slave Trade won the Louis Gottschalk Prize given by the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies.

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Slavery in Cloud Atlas There are numerous themes that permeate David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas – reincarnation, connectedness, trust, and human nature are just a few. But often overlooked is the allusion to slavery, which, while explicit in some sections, remains much more subtle in others.

Atlas of the Transatlantic Slave Trade has been called the Rosetta Stone of slave historiography. But, more than that, it’s a compelling example of something we believe will be of growing importance in the coming years — the cultural value of database-driven storytelling, an increasingly fertile intersection of science and the humanities.

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Cloud Atlas shows us snapshots of slavery throughout time, from tribesmen enslaved in the South Pacific to a neon vision of the future where we're all at the whims of our corporate masters. This novel ties—or maybe we should say shackles?—the theme of slavery to the themes of greed, power, and injustice.

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Deeps > Contemporary Film and the Black Atlantic > History > Accumulated Histories and Disposable People in Cloud Atlas and the Black Atlantic. The novel, Cloud Atlas, by David Mitchell shows historical repetition/accumulation to be a clear theme, and the trailers for the movie make the case that this has not changed in the adaptation process.

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Woodruff Professor of History at Emory University. He is the author of The Rise of African Slavery in the Americas (), which was awarded the Frederick Douglass Prize, the John Ben Snow Prize, and.

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