Celeste-Marie Bernier is a Lecturer in the School of American and Canadian Studies, University of Nottingham, and the author of African American Visual Arts, University of North Carolina Press and Edinburgh University Press, 2008. She is currently writing a monograph for Routledge on Slave Heroism in the Transatlantic Imagination. Judie Newman is Professor of American Studies at the University of Nottingham. Her most recent book is Fictions of America: Narratives of Global Empire, Routledge, 2007.
1. Public Art, Artefacts and Atlantic Slavery: Introduction Celeste-Marie Bernier and Judie Newman 2. Am I Not a Man and a Brother?: Phrenology and Anti-Slavery Cynthia Hamilton 3. Remembering Slavery in Birmingham: Sculpture, Paintings and Installations Andy Green 4. Speculation and the Imagination: History, Storytelling and the Body in Godfried Donkors Financial Times (2007) Celeste-Marie Bernier 5. "Doing Good While Doing Well": The Decision to Manufacture Products that Supported the Abolition of the Slave Trade & Slavery in Great Britain Martha Katz-Hyman 6. Sally Hemings in Visual Culture: A Radical Act of the Imagination? Sharon Monteith 7. Atlantic slavery and traumatic representation in museums: The Great Blacks in Wax as a test case Marcus Wood 8. Interspatialism in the Nineteenth-Century South: The Natchez of Henry Norman John Stauffer 9. A Limited Sort of Property: History, Memory, and the Slave Ship, Zong Anita Rupprecht 10. Other Peoples History: Slavery, Refuge and Irish Citizenship in Dnal O Kellys The Cambria Fionnghuala Sweeney 11. Facing slaverys past: the bicentenary of the abolition of the British slave trade Anthony Tibbles