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Slavery & Abolition is the only journal devoted in its entirety to a discussion of the demographic, socio-economic, historical and psychological aspects of human bondage from the ancient period to the present. It is also concerned with the dismantling of the slave systems and with the legacy of slavery.

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Country of Publication & Year Established

International Established in 1980

Publication Medium & Frequency

Print Publication Print PublicationPublished 4 x per year.

Nonfiction Open

Audience:
Scholars.
Styles:
Academic.
Topics:
History (See guidelines).
Types/Lengths:
TypeLength Details
Article Article7,000 - 9,000 words.
Payscale:
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No monetary payment No monetary payment.
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Dates

Last Updated: 11 Nov 2021
Last Checked: 11 Nov 2021 We check each active listing's guidelines page for changes once a month (if compliant).
Last Audited: 03 Aug 2021 We audit each active listing twice a year.
Date Added: 07 Mar 2017

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