White Slavery

Emanuelle and the White Slave Trade / La via della prostituzione (1978) [Re-Up]

Emanuelle and the White Slave Trade / La via della prostituzione (1978)
English | DVDRip | XviD 1996 kbps | 704x368 | 29.97 fps | 1.36 GB
Audio: AC3, 192 kbps | Stereo | 48000 Hz | Runtime: 01:28:44 minutes
Genre: Drama

While hanging around Africa for some reason, intrepid reporter/photographer "Emanuelle" (Laura Gemser) stumbles across a white slavery operation (OK, so it doesn't exactly make sense to have a WHITE slavery operation in Africa where hardly anyone is white, but oh well). After hiding and taking lots of photos of naked, barely legal girls being paraded back and forth in front of potential "buyers", "Emanuelle" has a run-in with the vicious male transvestite who's running the operation.
They Were White and They Were Slaves: The Untold History of the Enslavement of Whites in Early America

Michael A. Hoffman II: "They Were White and They Were Slaves: The Untold History of the Enslavement of Whites in Early America"
Wiswell Ruffin House | ISBN: 0929903056 | 1993 | PDF | 74 Pages | 3 MB

The main thing this book documents is the history of white slavery in North America, England and the Carribean during the same time period the African slave trade was underway using sources written during that time.

Slavery in Small Things: Slavery and Modern Cultural Habits  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Dec. 1, 2016
Slavery in Small Things: Slavery and Modern Cultural Habits

James Walvin, "Slavery in Small Things: Slavery and Modern Cultural Habits"
English | ISBN: 1119166225 | 2016 | EPUB | 288 pages | 390 KB

How Race Is Made: Slavery, Segregation, and the Senses [Repost]  

Posted by Nice_smile) at Sept. 16, 2015
How Race Is Made: Slavery, Segregation, and the Senses [Repost]

How Race Is Made: Slavery, Segregation, and the Senses by Mark M. Smith
English | Feb. 20, 2006 | ISBN: 080783002X | 208 Pages | PDF | 1.28 MB

For at least two centuries, argues Mark Smith, white southerners used all of their senses–not just their eyes–to construct racial difference and define race.
Affect and Power: Essays On Sex, Slavery, Race, and Religion

Affect and Power: Essays On Sex, Slavery, Race, and Religion by David J. Libby, Paul Spickard, Susan Ditto
March 24, 2005 | ISBN: 1578067693 | Pages: 240 | PDF | 1 MB

In 1968, Winthrop D. Jordan published his groundbreaking work White Over Black: American Attitudes toward the Negro, 1550-1812 and opened up new avenues for thinking about sex, slavery, race, and religion in American culture. Over the course of a forty-year career at the University of California and the University of Mississippi, he continued to write about these issues and to train others to think in new ways about interactions of race, gender, faith, and power.
Slavery in White and Black: Class and Race in the Southern Slaveholders' New World Order (repost)

Elizabeth Fox-Genovese - Slavery in White and Black: Class and Race in the Southern Slaveholders' New World Order
Cambridge University Press | 2008 | ISBN: 0521897009 | Pages: 336 | PDF | 2 MB
River of Dark Dreams: Slavery and Empire in the Cotton Kingdom

River of Dark Dreams: Slavery and Empire in the Cotton Kingdom by Walter Johnson
English | 2013 | ISBN: 0674045556 | ISBN-13: 9780674045552 | 560 pages | PDF | 2,8 MB

When Jefferson acquired the Louisiana Territory, he envisioned an “empire for liberty” populated by self-sufficient white farmers. Cleared of Native Americans and the remnants of European empires by Andrew Jackson, the Mississippi Valley was transformed instead into a booming capitalist economy commanded by wealthy planters, powered by steam engines, and dependent on the coerced labor of slaves.

Thomas Sowell - Black Rednecks and White Liberals  

Posted by thingska at Feb. 28, 2013
Thomas Sowell - Black Rednecks and White Liberals

Thomas Sowell - Black Rednecks and White Liberals
Time: 11:10:00 | Publisher: Blackstone Audio | ASIN: B000F3T968 | January 1, 2005
Language: English | Audiobook in MP3 / 128 kbps | ~630 MB

This explosive new audiobook challenges many of the long-held assumptions about blacks, about Jews, about Germans and Nazis, about slavery, and about education. Plainly written, powerfully reasoned, and backed with a startling array of documented facts, Black Rednecks and White Liberals takes on the trendy intellectuals of our times as well as historic interpreters of American life.
Slavery Throughout History Reference Library: Almanac (Slavery Through History Reference Library)

Slavery Throughout History Reference Library: Almanac (Slavery Through History Reference Library)
Publisher: UXL | ISBN: 0787631760 | edition 1999 | PDF | 731 pages | 13,9 mb

Two of a proposed three-volume set (a primary sources volume will appear later), the Almanac and Biographies share almost identical time-line and "words to know" sections. Both volumes attempt to cover the subject worldwide, from ancient times to the present, yet both suffer from generalizations, poor editing, and careless scholarship.Biography has a more specific focus; it presents "30 men and women who made an impact . . . on slavery or who were profoundly affected by it." Alphabetically arranged from Afonso I of Kongo to Denmark Vesey, it is an attractive work whose text is sprinkled with black-and-white photos and sidebars. "Further reading" at the end of each entry includes books, periodicals, and Web sites. Controversial issues, such as Sally Hemings' relationship to Thomas Jefferson, are fairly presented, and descriptions of sex in slavery, such as Haksun Kim's experience as a Japanese "comfort woman," are appropriate for sixth grade and older.However, limiting coverage to these 30 individuals is problematic.

How Race Is Made: Slavery, Segregation, and the Senses  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rexT at July 26, 2009
How Race Is Made: Slavery, Segregation, and the Senses

How Race Is Made: Slavery, Segregation, and the Senses
Mark M. Smith | ISBN: 080783002X | PDF | 209 pages | 2006 | 5 MB

For at least two centuries, argues Mark Smith, white southerners used all of their senses–not just their eyes–to define and "make" race. His provocative analysis, extending from the colonial period to the mid-twentieth century, shows how whites of all classes used the artificial binary of "black" and "white" to justify slavery and erect segregation.

"Smith's provocative book explores a two-hundred year history. . . . Convincing and original."
— Journal of Social History