Seminar Questions

Key reading

Jennifer Keith, 'The formal challenges of anti-slavery poetry', Studies in Eighteenth-century Culture, 34 (2005)

Claire Midgley, 'Anti-slavery and feminism in nineteenth-century Britain', Gender and History, 5 (1993)

Anti-slavery poems


Further Reading

L and R Billington, ‘A Burning Zeal for Righteousness’ in Rendall (ed.), Equal or Different

K Corfield, ‘Elizabeth Heyrick: radical Quaker’ in Malmgreen (ed.), Religions in the Lives of English Women

Kate Davies, 'A moral purchase: femininity, commerce and abolition' on Elizabeth Eger, Charlotte Grant, Cliona O Gallchoir and Penny Warburton (eds), Women writing and the public sphere (Cambridge, 2001)

Kathryn Kish Sklar and James Brewer Stewart (eds), Women's rights and transatlantic antislavery in the era of emancipation

Clare Midgley, Women against Slavery. The British Campaigns, 1780-1870

Simon Morgan, 'The Anti-Corn Law League and British anti-slavery in transatlantic perspective, 1838-1846', Historical Journal, 52 (2009)

Simon Morgan, A Victorian Woman's Place

Jane Rendall, Origins of Modern Feminism

Vron Ware, ‘An Abhorrence of slavery’ in Ware (ed.), Beyond the Pale. White Women, Racism and History