Readership: Postgraduate and Undergraduate students of African/Diaspora Studies, African History and Archaeology
Edited by Paul Lane, Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, University of York, and Kevin C. MacDonald, Reader in African Archaeology, University College London
1: Paul Lane: Introduction: Slavery, Social Revolutions, and Enduring Memories
Section 1: Slave Systems of Production in the African Interior: case studies from the Sudanic Belt
2: Kevin MacDonal: Warfare, Captives and the Foundations of the Segou State
3: Moussa Sow: Memories of Slavery in Kaarta, Mali
4: Anne Haour: The Medieval Slave Trade of the Central Sahel: Archaeological and Historical Considerations
5: David Edwards: Slavery and Slaving in the Medieval and Post-Medieval Kingdoms of the Middle Nile.
6: Scott MacEachem: Enslavement and Everyday Life: Living with Slave Raiding in the Northeastern Mandara Mountains of Cameroon
Section 2: Archaeological Dimensions of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Evidence from Africa and the Middle Passage
7: Ken Kelly: Archaeological Perspectives on the Atlantic Slave Trade: Contrasts in Time and Space in Bénin and Guinea
8: Ibrahima Thiaw: Slaves Without Shackles: An Archaeology of Everyday Life on Gorée Island, Senegal
9: Natalie Swanepoel: Different Conversations About the Same Thing? Source Materials in the Recreation of a Nineteenth-Century, Slave-Raiding Landscape, Northern Ghana
10: Kofi Agorsah: Archaeological Perspectives on Colonial Slavery: Placing Africa in the African Diaspora Studies in the Caribbean
Section 3: Elusive Slavery: Detecting Enslavement in the Archaeological Record of Eastern Africa
11: Niall Finneran: The Invisible Archaeology of Slavery in the Horn of Africa?
12: Alfredo Gonzalez-Ruibal: Monuments of Predation: Turco-Egyptian Forts in Western Ethiopia
13: Paul Lane: Slavery and Slave Trading in Eastern Africa: Exploring the Intersections of Historical Sources and Archaeological Evidence.
Section 4: Remembering Slavery: Contemporary Perceptions
14: Stephanie Wynn-Jones: Recovering and Remembering a Slave Route in Central Tanzania
15: Jan-Georg Deutsch: Memory, Oral History and the End of Slavery in Tanzania: Some Methodological Considerations
16: Roger Blench: The Present in the Past: How Narratives of the Slave-Raiding Era Inform Current Politics in Northern and Central Nigeria
17: Antonia Malan & Nigel Worden: Constructing and Contesting Histories of Slavery at the Cape, South Africa
18: Chris Evans, Marie Louise Stig Sorensen and Konstantin Richter: Place of History: Archaeology and Heritage at Cidade Velha, Cape Verde