by Michael Craton
Empire Enslavement and Freedom in the Caribbean is a wide-ranging collection which draws on Professor Craton's extensive writing on the history, culture and historiography of the British Caribbean, coherently organised in three thematic units. This book is one of the few single-authored collections of exclusively historical essays relating to the Caribbean. It mixes description, narrative and traditional historical analysis with the cliometric and cross-disciplinary methods of the New Social History.
Paperback: 520 pages