Human Trafficking in Medieval Europe
Titel
Human Trafficking in Medieval Europe
Subtitel
Slavery, Sexual Exploitation, and Prostitution
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€ 113,00
ISBN
9789463723336
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Hardback
Aantal pagina's
278
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
15.6 x 23.4 cm
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Inhoudsopgave
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Acknowledgements
List of Maps
Abstract
Introduction
Chapter One, Early-Medieval Slave Trading
Chapter Two, 'Stuffing the Beaches'
Chapter Three, Gendered Differences
Chapter Four, The High-Medieval Pivot
Chapter Five, The Late-Medieval Sex Trade
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index

Recensies en Artikelen

"Das Buch verbindet Epochen, Räume und Aspekte des Themas Sklaverei, die üblicherweise getrennt voneinander erforscht und nebeneinander statt zusammen diskutiert werden. Besonders gelungen ist der systematische Blick auf die Rolle politischer Autoritäten in der Ausbildung lokaler, regionaler und überregionaler Netzwerke des Menschenhandels, der von den spätantiken Gesetzestexten bis zu den städtischen Regularien und reformatorischen Schriften entlang der Quellen mitvollzogen wird."
- Juliane Schiel, Wien, Historische Zeitschrift Vol. 314/2 (2022)

"Paolella brings a welcome theoretical framework to his analysis of human trafficking, and rightly positions gender as the main intersection where these issues must be analyzed. [...] Using women and children’s experiences, Paolella provides a link between early medieval slavery and its change to an urban nature in the late Middle Ages. [...] The monograph also provides stories of women in modern day America who have been victims of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and sexual slavery. These are interspersed through the first and last chapters of the text in places where the same themes reoccur from the medieval to the present day. In this way, Paolella makes his study’s relevance clear: human trafficking is an ongoing issue that requires attention to both its history and its present-day occurrences."
- Angela Zhang, York University, Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme 44.2 (Spring 2021)

Christopher Paolella

Human Trafficking in Medieval Europe

Slavery, Sexual Exploitation, and Prostitution

De onderstaande tekst is niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands en wordt in het Engels weergegeven.
Human trafficking has become a global concern over the last twenty years, but its violence has terrorized and traumatized its victims and survivors for millennia. This study examines the deep history of human trafficking from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern Period. It traces the evolution of trafficking patterns: the growth and decline of trafficking routes, the everchanging relationships between traffickers and authorities, and it examines the underlying causes that lead to vulnerability and thus to exploitation. As the reader will discover, the conditions that lead to human trafficking in the modern world, such as poverty, attitudes of entitlement, corruption, and violence, have a long and storied past. When we understand that past, we can better anticipate human trafficking’s future, and then we are better able to fight it.
Auteur

Christopher Paolella

Christopher Paolella teaches ancient and medieval history at Valencia College in Orlando, Florida. He currently researches the deep history of human trafficking