Journal of Indentureship and Its Legacies
Volume 2, Issue 1, June 2022
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The journal is a bi-annual peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by Pluto Journals in partnership with the Ameena Gafoor Institute for the Study of Indentureship and Its Legacies (ameenagafoorinstitute.org). The journal is a unique and unprecedented academic space where the study of indentureship, as a distinct form of unfree labour, can be analysed in all its forms. No such journal currently exists anywhere in the world, despite the critical importance of the system of indenture to world history.
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