- Title Pages
- Some Prominent Figures in the British Parliament, the Abolitionist Movement and the East India Company
- 1 ‘To Call a Slave a Slave’: Recovering Indian Slavery1
- Introduction: Slavery and Colonial Expansion in India
- 2 ‘A Shameful and Ruinous Trade’: European Slave-trafficking and the East India Company
- 3 Bengalis, Caffrees and Malays: European Slave-holding and Early Colonial Society
- Introduction: Locating Indian Slaveries
- 4 ‘This Household Servitude’: Domestic Slavery and Immoral Commerce
- 5 ‘Open and Professed Stealers of Children’: Slave-trafficking and the Boundaries of the Colonial State
- 6 ‘Slaves of the Soil’: Caste and Agricultural Slavery in South India
- Introduction: Evangelical Connections
- 7 ‘Satan's Wretched Slaves’: Indian Society and the Evangelical Imagination
- 8 ‘The Produce of the East by Free Men’: Indian Sugar and Indian Slavery in British Abolitionist Debates, 1793–1833
- Conclusion: ‘Do Justice to India’: Abolitionists and Indian Slavery, 1839–1843
- Select Bibliography
- Slavery, Abolitionism and Empire in India, 1772-1843
- Liverpool University Press
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