By Kwame Nimako
The Dutch Atlantic interrogates the Dutch involvement in Atlantic slavery and assesses the historic results of this for modern eu society.
Kwame Nimako and Glenn Willemsen convey how the slave alternate and slavery intertwined fiscal, social and cultural parts, together with geographical region formation within the Netherlands and throughout Europe. They discover the mobilisation of ecu populations within the implementation of guidelines that facilitated Atlantic slavery and view how ecu international locations created and improved legislation that perpetuated colonisation.
Addressing key issues corresponding to the incorporation of the previously enslaved into post-slavery states and modern collective efforts to disregard and/or take into account slavery and its legacy within the Netherlands, this can be a necessary textual content for college kids of ecu background and postcolonial reviews.