Walvin, James

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WALVIN, James. British, b. 1942. Genres: History, Race relations, Sports/ Fitness. Career: University of York, Professor in History. Publications: (with M. Craton) A Jamaica Plantation: Worthy Park 1670-1870, 1970; The Black Presence: A Documentary of the Negro in Britain, 1971; Black and White: The Negro and English Society 1555-1945, 1973; The People's Game: A Social History of British Football, 1975; (co-ed.) Slavery, Abolition, and Emancipation, 1976; Beside the Seaside: A Social History of the Popular Seaside Holiday, 1978; Leisure and Society 1830-1950, 1978; (coed.) Abolition of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1981; A Child's World: A Social History of English Childhood 1800-1914, 1982; (ed.) Slavery and British Society 1776-1848, 1982; (with E. Royle) English Radicals and Reformers 1776-1848, 1982; Slavery and the Slave Trade, 1983; Black Personalities: Africans in Britain in the Era of Slavery, 1983; (co-ed.) Leisure in Britain since 1800, 1983; Urban England 1776-1851, 1984; (co-ed.) Manliness and Morality, 1985; Football and the Decline of Britain, 1986; England, Slaves, and Freedom 1776-1838, 1986; Victorian Values, 1987; Black Ivory, A History of British Slavery, 1992; Slaves and Slavery, 1992; The People's Game: The History of Football Revisited, 1994; The Life and Times of Henry Clarke of Jamaica, 1994; Questioning Slavery, 1996; Fruits of Empire: Exotic Produce and British Taste, 1660-1800, 1997; The Quakers: Money and Morals, 1997; An African's Life: The Life and Times of Olaudah Equiano, 1998; The Slave Trade, 1999. Address: Dept. of History, Univ of York, York YO1 5DD, England. Online address: [email protected]