Explores the development of patterns of relations among British colonies in North America and the Caribbean and how these shaped a wider interconnected but differentiated colonial world. Discussion is framed against background of the formal framework of relations between Britain and her colonies. Themes to be explored include migration, trade, travel, the slave trade, slavery, communications, war, legal borrowing, maritime environment, cultural exchange, natural disaster. One course.
CCI, CZ, R
Law and Governance
Global and Comparative, Latin America and the Caribbean