Publications

Books

William Pettigrew, Freedom’s Debt: The Royal African Company and the Politics of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1672-1752 (The University of North Carolina Press: 2013)

 

Edited Collections

William Pettigrew and Manesh Gopalan (eds.) ‘The East India Company, 1609-1857: essays on Anglo-Indian connection’ (Routledge, 2016 forthcoming)

Edmond Smith & Richard Blakemore (eds.) ‘Africa in the Atlantic World’ special edition of Itinerario, 39:2 (2015)

 

Articles

William Pettigrew and Tristan Stein, The Public Rivalry between Regulated and Joint Stock Companies and the Development of Seventeenth Century Corporate Constitutions, in Historical Research (2016 forthcoming)

William Pettigrew, Corporate Constitutionalism and the Dialogue between the Global and Local in Seventeenth Century English History, in Itinerario, 39:3 (2015)

Edmond Smith, Canaanising Madagascar’: Africa in the English imperial imagination, 1635-1650, Itinerario, 39:2 (2015) pp. 277-298

David Veevers, ‘”Inhabitants of the Universe”: Global Families, Kinship Networks and the Formation of the Early Modern Colonial State in Asia’, Journal of Global History, 10:1 (2015), pp. 99-121

Edmond Smith, De-personifying Collaert’s Four Continents: European descriptions of continental diversity, 1585-1625, European Review of History: Revue européenne d’histoire, 21:6 (2014) pp. 817-835.

William Pettigrew, Constitutional Change and the Diffusion of Regulatory Initiative, 1660-1714, in History (2014)

William Pettigrew and George Van Cleve, Parting Companies: the glorious revolution, the trading companies, and imperial mercantilism, in The Historical Journal (2014)

Aske Brock, Evner, stædighed og held. Sømandsskæbner og social mobilitet i 1700-tallets KøbenhavnSiden Saxo, 3 (2014) pp. 28-37

Edmond Smith, Naval Violence and Trading Privileges in Early Seventeenth-Century AsiaInternational Journal of Maritime History, 25 (2013) pp. 147-158

David Veevers, ‘”The Company as their Lords and the Deputy as a Great Rajah”: Imperial Expansion and the English East India Company on the West Coast of Sumatra, 1685-1730’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 41: 5 (2013), pp. 687-709

William Pettigrew, The Tentative Embrace: slavery’s relationship with European identity, in Sa-Chang (2012)

William Pettigrew, Historicising Supply and Demand in Early American Economic History: the importance of transatlantic politics, in William and Mary Quarterly (2011)

Edmond Smith, The Impact of Mercantile Competition on Anglo-Dutch Relations, 1600-1674Ex Historia, 3 (2011) pp. 1-20

William Pettigrew, Free to Enslave: politics and the escalation of Britain’s transatlantic slave trade, 1688-1714William & Mary Quarterly, 64:1 (2007) pp. 3-38

 

 

Chapters in Edited Volumes

William Pettigrew, Varieties of Hybridity in Early Modern Globalisation, in Jean-Philippe Genet (ed.) ‘Dex Chartres Aux Constitutions’ (2016 forthcoming)

William Pettigrew, The Failure of the Cloth Trade to Surat and the Internationalisation of English Mercantilist Thought, 1614-1621, in William Pettigrew and Manesh Gopalan (eds.) ‘The East India Company, 1609-1857: essays on Anglo-Indian connection’ (Routledge, 2016 forthcoming)

David Veevers, The Contested-State: Political Authority and the Decentred Foundations of the Early Modern Colonial State in Asia in William Pettigrew and Manesh Gopalan (eds.) ‘The East India Company, 1609-1857: essays on Anglo-Indian connection’ (Routledge, 2016 forthcoming)

Aske Brock, Asian Influences on the Commercial Strategies of the East India Company, in William Pettigrew and Manesh Gopalan (eds.) ‘The East India Company, 1609-1857: essays on Anglo-Indian connection’ (Routledge, 2016 forthcoming)

Aske Brock, Jelle van Lottum and Catherine Sumnalll, Mobility, Migration and Human Capital in the Long Eighteenth Century: the life of Joseph Anton Ponsaing, in Maria Fusaro, Bernard Allaire, Richard Blakemore and Tijl Vanneste (eds.) ‘Law, Labour and Empire: comparative perspectives on seafarers, c. 1500-1800’ (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) 

Edmond Smith, The Economic World of the Early Dutch and English Atlantic, in D’Maris Coffman, Adrian Leonard & William O’Reilly (eds.) ‘The Atlantic World’ (Routledge, 2014)

William Pettigrew, Commercialisation in the Atlantic World, 1450 – 1850 and A History of Commercial Law in the Atlantic World, 1450 – 1850, in Joseph Miller (ed.) ‘The Princeton Companion to Atlantic History’ (Princeton University Press, 2014)

William Pettigrew, Transatlantic Politics and the Africanization of Virginia’s Labor Force, 1688 – 1712, in Douglas Bradburn and John Coombs (eds.) ‘Early Modern Virginia’ (University of Virginia Press, 2011)

William Pettigrew, Regulatory Inertia and National Economic Growth: an African trade case study, 1690-1714, in Perry Gauci (ed.) ‘The Regulation of the British Economy, 1660-1830’ (Ashgate, 2011)

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