||Studies in interdisciplinary history
Studies in interdisciplinary history. ^A233758
||British capitalism and Caribbean slavery : the legacy of Eric Williams : an introduction / Barbara L. Solow and Stanley L. Engerman -- Race and slavery : considerations on the Williams thesis / William A. Green -- Capitalism and slavery in the exceedingly long run / Barbara L. Solow -- Slavery and the development of industrial capitalism in England / Joseph E. Inikori -- The slave trade, sugar, and British economic growth, 1748-1776 / David Richardson -- The American Revolution and the British West Indies' economy / Selwyn H.H. Carrington -- "Dreadful idlers" in the cane fields : the slave labor pattern on a Jamaican sugar estate, 1762-1831 / Richard S. Dunn -- Paradigms tossed : capitalism and the political sources of abolition / Seymour Drescher.
||Capitalism, abolitionism, and hegemony / David Brion Davis -- Eric Williams and abolition : the birth of a new orthodoxy / Howard Temperley -- What and who to whom and what : the significance of slave resistance / Michael Craton -- Capitalism and slavery on the Islands : a lesson from the mainland / Gavin Wright -- "The Williams effect" : Eric Williams's Capitalism and slavery and the growth of West Indian political economy / Hilary McD. Beckles -- Eric Williams and Capitalism and slavery : a biographical and historiographical essay / Richard B. Sheridan.
|General note||Papers originally presented at the Rockefeller Study and Conference Center at Bellagio, Italy, May 21-25, 1984.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references.|