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Convict labourdefined as "the work performed by individuals under penal and/or administrative control" 2has hitherto remained marginal within both theoretical debates on "free" and "unfree" labour, and the literature on the relationship between the abolition process of chattel slavery and the persistence of other forms of coerced labour. In this respect, this chapter aims to bring it back into these debates, by making convict presence visible and by interpreting the role of convict labour atdoi:10.1163/9789004316386 fatcat:mce2i6ullvhwdci3trh646ci2i