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African Slave Trade and Slavery



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Syllabus of the Subject: African Slave Trade and Slavery.

The Transatlantic African Slave Trade (men, women, and children): a crime against humanity.

1- Introduction to the African Slave Trade.

  1. Role of the UNESCO. Project: Slave Route;
  2. Introduction to the African Slave Trade in the Arab-Muslim World;
  3. Indian Ocean Trade;
  4. Slavery as “institution”.

2- Transatlantic African Slave Trade and Slavery.

  1. Slave Routes;
  2. Why the African slaves?;
  3. The Transatlantic African Slave Trade and its impact on the African, European, and American socio-economic development.

3- Similarities and Differences between the African Slave Trade.

  1. History of Slavery in Africa;
  2. Moral dimensions of the African Slave Trade;
  3. Transatlantic African Slave Trade;
  4. The African Slave Trade from 16th to 18th centuries (General History of Africa - UNESCO).

4- Slave Uprisings

5- Abolition of Slavery.

  1. Role of the Quakers, William Wilberforce;
  2. The case of the abolition in Santo Domingo;
  3. Haitian Revolution;
  4. Prohibitions of the slave trade;
  5. Abolitionists decrees;
  6. End of Slavery;
  7. From the abolition of Slavery to Colonization;
  8. Abolition by countries;
  9. Abolition of slave trade (UNESCO);
  10. Diaspora Division of the African Union;
  11. Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent (United Nations).

6- Post-slavery societies in America (the African Diaspora).

  1. African Diaspora in America;
  2. Creation of their identity. Marcus Garvey. Aimé Césaire;
  3. Contributions to society: music (jazz), language, sciences, and religion;
  4. Racist theories;
  5. Socio-psychological consequences.

7. Slavery in a globalized World

  1. Conventions prohibiting the Slavery;
  2. Supplementary Convention on Abolition of Slavery;
  3. Slavery today;
  4. New forms of slavery.

8- Some personages and institutions related abolitionism

  1. Quakers;
  2. Henry David Thoreau;
  3. William Wilberforce;
  4. Toussaint Louverture;
  5. Harriet Tubman;
  6. Frederick Douglass;
  7. Victor Schoelcher.

Sample:
African Slave Trade and Slavery
Transatlantic African Slave Trade (Doctorate Master Course)

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The Subject “African Slave Trade and the Slavery” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Doctorate (DIB): African Business, Muslim Markets, American Business, Ethics, Religion & Business.

Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB). Online Education

Masters (MIB): Business in Africa.

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB) - Online Education

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Sample:
Abolition of Slavery. American Quakers were the first to condemn Slavery and slave trade.

Transatlantic African Slave Trade

Between 1500 and 1900:

  1. Near four million of African slaves were transported to the Indian Ocean Islands plantations;
  2. Near eight millions were exported to the Mediterranean countries.

Figures (UNESCO) on the number of deportees (VIII - XIX century): 24 million Africans.

  1. Estimation of the African population (half of the nineteenth century): 100 million Africans;
  2. What the African population might have been (half of the nineteenth century): 200 million Africans.

African Slave Trade:

  1. African Historical Trafficking: (estimation tens of million Africans);
  2. Muslim Trade (7th - 20th centuries, 8 - 12 million Africans):
    1. Tran-Saharan Trade: Destination to the Maghreb, Egypt, and the Mediterranean region (eight million);
    2. Oriental Trade: Destination
      1. Arabian Peninsula;
      2. Indian Ocean Islands (four million).
  3. Transatlantic African Slave Trade:
    1. organized by the Europeans: Spain - Castile (the founders), the United Kingdom, France, Portugal, the Netherlands, and Denmark. The United States and Brazil;
    2. Centuries: 16th - 19th (400 years);
    3. Destination: throughout the Americas and the Caribbean;
    4. 12 million Africans.

Africans descendants of the Diaspora have largely contributed to the European, American, and the Asian development.

EENI African Business Portal.

More information (UNESCO):

  1. Routes of the slave;
  2. General History of Africa.

Sample:
African slave routes

Sample:
African Diaspora

Sample:
Harriet Tubman (The “Moses of the black people,” Abolitionist)

Sample:
William Wilberforce (British Abolitionist) struggle against slavery

Sample:
Frederick Douglass Diaspora

Sample:
Toussaint Louverture Diaspora



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