Slavery and politics : Brazil and Cuba, 1790-1850 / Rafael Marquese, Tâmis Peixoto Parron, Márcia Regina Berbel ; translated by Leonardo Marques.
Contributor(s): Marquese, Rafael de Bivar [author.] | Parron, Tâmis [author.] | Marques, Leonardo [translator.] | Berbel, Márcia Regina. Escravidão e política : Brasil e Cuba, c. 1790-1850.Material type: TextPublisher: Albuquerque, NM , University of New Mexico Press ; 2016Description: v, 362 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780826356475; 0826356478; 9780826356482; 0826356486.Uniform titles: Escravidão e política. English Subject(s): 1800-1899 | Slavery -- Brazil -- History -- 19th century | Slavery -- Cuba -- History -- 19th century | Slavery -- Government policy -- Brazil | Slavery -- Government policy -- Cuba | Politics and government | Slavery | Slavery -- Government policy | Politik | Sklaverei | Brazil -- Politics and government -- 19th century | Cuba -- Politics and government -- 19th century | Brazil | Cuba | Brasilien | KubaGenre/Form: History.DDC classification: 306.3/62098109034
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Translation of: Escravidão e política : Brasil e Cuba, c. 1790-1850 / Márcia Berbel, Rafael Marquese, Tâmis Parron.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-350) and index.
Introduction. Brazil and Cuba: a shared history -- 1. Brazil, Cuba, and the first two Atlantic systems -- 2. The crisis of the Iberian Atlantic system and slavery in the constitutional experiences of Cádiz, Madrid, Lisbon, and Rio de Janeiro, 1790-1824 -- 3. Slavery and parliamentary politics in the empire of Brazil and in the Spanish empire, 1825-1837 -- 4. The politics of slavery in the constitutional empires, 1837-1850 -- Epilogue. Brazil and Cuba in the third Atlantic.
"The politics of slavery and slave trade in nineteenth-century Cuba and Brazil is the subject of this acclaimed study, first published in Brazil in 2010 and now available for the first time in English. Cubans and Brazilians were geographically separate from each other, but they faced common global challenges that unified the way they re-created their slave systems between 1790 and 1850 on a basis completely departed from centuries-old colonial slavery. Here the authors examine the early arguments and strategies in favor of slavery and the slave trade and show how they were affected by the expansion of the global market for tropical goods, the American Revolution, the Haitian Revolution, the collapse of Iberian monarchies, British abolitionism, and the international pressure opposing the transatlantic slave trade. This comprehensive survey contributes to the comparative history of slavery, placing the subject in a global context rather than simply comparing the two societies as isolated units."--Publisher's website.
Translated from the Portuguese.