Inikori, Joseph E.(J.E. Inikori) PERSONAL:Education: Graduated from University of SES:Office—Department of History, Rush Rhees Library . Loading data.. Open Bottom Panel. Go to previous Content Download this Content Share this Content Add This Content to Favorites Go to next Content. ← →. Joseph Inikori’s purpose is to demonstrate the contribution of Africans to the innovation and diffusion of new technologies in England, which resulted in the shift.

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It is sure to become a standard reference on the Atlantic slave trade for years to come. For seven years I taught at the undergraduate level a course on comparative industrialization, which included industrialization in Britain, France, Germany, U.

If book has an editor that is different from josrph article author, include editor’s name also. Editor, with Stanley L. Field Global History Research Overview My research and teaching interest centers on the evolution of the current global economic order from the 16th century.

Based on extensive archival research and detailed historical examination, this collection constitutes an important contribution to the study of an issue of enduring significance.

Inikori, Joseph E.

Your Friend’s First Name: Lovejoy, Patrick Manning, Joseph C. African colonies also supplied Britain with valuable raw materials, such as fabric dyes and gum. Member, editorial board, Journal of Global History. Marler, review of Africans and the Industrial Revolution in England, p. For explanations of fields, see the “Program Formulation” page in the Graduate Handbook. More than thirty years of scholarship culminated in the publication of Africans and the Industrial Revolution in England: These research interests are clearly reflected in the undergraduate and graduate courses I have taught since Inikori is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Global History.


Slavery was a major component of this; it enabled increased demand for goods to be met with an increase in innovations that led to productivity gains. The Atlantic Slave Trade brings clarity and critical insight to the subject.

The British colonies in America, fueled by rich natural resources, became economic powerhouses as the population increased. This interest has developed over time from my study of the global impact of the Atlantic slave economy.

Some of these essays originally appeared in recent issues of Social Science History ; the editors have added new material, along with an introduction placing each essay in the context of current debates. Inikori and Stanley L. Graduated from University of Ibadan.

Carroll, review of The Atlantic Slave Trade, p. Bailey, review of Africans and the Industrial Revolution in England, pp. My research and teaching interest centers on the evolution of the current global economic order from the 16th century. Because each style has its own formatting nuances that evolve over time and not all information is available for every reference entry or article, Encyclopedia.


The primary market for these British-produced goods was not Britain, however; it was the Americas and other colonized joselh, but high tariffs and taxes brought the money back to the homeland.

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Inikori obtained his PhD in history there in Frank concluded that “apart from the author’s exaggerated claims about its uniqueness, his book makes a valuable and necessary contribution to our knowledge and understanding of the past and present world. Sign-in or register now to continue. Engerman 1 Part I. Please direct jpseph requests for these images to permissions dukeupress.

Home Social sciences Applied and social sciences magazines Inikori, Joseph. Steckel, review of The Atlantic Slave Trade, p. Central to his argument is a discussion of previous scholarly works on the topic, which Inikori believes fall victim to trendy theories rather than objectively interpret available data.

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