I'm spending my summer enjoying the outdoors with dear friends and family. I'm also busy working on my final paper for my Masters degree in English and Transitional Justice.
I'm writing about the original abolition movement and their publishing tactics, exploring ways they mobilized the middle class to action.
There's so many great books and articles I'm learning from. If you're interested in the story of ending slavery, check out I highly recommend these books.
The works I cite for the paper is much longer, but these are a great start:
Carey, Brycchan. “To Force a Tear: British Abolitionism and the Eighteenth-century London Stage.” Affect and Abolition in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1770-1830, edited by Stephen Ahern, Ashgate Publishing, 2013, pp 45-67.
Demers, Patricia. The World of Hannah More. University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky, 1996.
Galchinsky, Michael. "Lament as Transitional Justice." Human Rights Review 15.3 (2014): 259-281.
Hochschild, Adam. Bury the Chains Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire's Slaves. Houghton Mifflin, 2005.
Jones, M. G. Hannah More. University Press, Cambridge [Eng.], 1952.
Lewis, Donald M. Lighten their Darkness: The Evangelical Mission to Working-Class London, 1828-1860. vol. no. 19, Greenwood Press, New York, 1986.
Menely, Tobias. “Acts of Sympathy: Abolitions Poetry and Transatlantic Identification.” Affect and Abolition in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1770-1830, edited by Stephen Ahern, Ashgate Publishing, 2013, pp 45-67.
Metaxas, Eric. Seven Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness. Nelson Books, 2015.
More, Hannah. The Complete Works of Hannah More, vol. 1, J.C. Derby, 1856, http:// ia800208.us.archive.org/28/items/completeworksha02moregoog/ completeworksha02moregoog.pdf. Accessed 26 June 2018.
More, Hannah. The Complete Works of Hannah More, vol. 3, T. Cadell, Strand 1830, https:// archive.org/details/workshannahmore42moregoog/ Accessed 18 July 2018.
Stott, Anne. Hannah More: The First Victorian. Oxford University Press, Oxford [England], 2003.