Through the prism of slavery : labor, capital, and world economy / Dale W. Tomich.
"Tracing slavery's integral role in the formation of a capitalist world economy [Dale Tomich] reinterprets the development of the world economy through a 'prism of slavery'. Through a sustained critique of Marxism, world-systems theory, and new economic history, Tomich develops a...
Rowman & Littlefield,
|Series:||World social change.
- World market and American slavery: problems of historical method
- World of capital, worlds of labor: reworking class in global perspective
- The "second slavery": bonded labor and the transformation of the nineteenth century world economy
- World slavery and Caribbean capitalism: the Cuban sugar industry, 1760-1868
- Spaces of slavery: times of freedom: rethinking Caribbean history in world perspective
- Small islands & huge comparisons: Caribbean plantations, historical unevenness, & capitalist modernity
- White days, black days: the working day and the crisis of slavery in the French Caribbean
- Une petite guine: provision ground and plantation in Martinique, 1830-1870
- Contested terrains: houses, provision grounds, and the reconstitution of labor in post-emancipation Martinique.