Emma Christopher

Emma Christopher gained her PhD from University College London in 2002 and has also studied at the University of Pennsylvania and taught at the University of Toronto. She has received grants and fellowships from the British Academy, the Royal Historical Society and Harvard University’s Atlantic World Center. She has also been a Mellon Fellow at the Huntington Library in California, a Caird Fellow at the National Maritime Museum in London and a Paul Cuffe Fellow at Mystic Seaport Museum, Connecticut. She has been a member of Harvard’s annual Atlantic World Seminar and attended a UNESCO slave route project in West Africa. She currently holds two ARC fellowships and is researching and writing about the links between the transatlantic slave trade and convict transportation.



The curse of slavery lingers in Africa
13 May 2014 | FEATURES |  
tags: Africa, Boko Haram, Nigeria, slavery
Nothing is new about the abduction of Nigerian girls. Tens of thousands of people are bought and sold every year.


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