Join Walter Hawthorne of Michigan State University and Daryle Williams of the University of California-Riverside for a dynamic overview of Peoples of the Historical Slave Trade (Enslaved.org), an open-source, open-access online discovery platform that has opened new ways to understand individual and community life experiences in Mid-Atlantic slave societies. Historical record and data-driven approaches to history have rendered enslaved people nameless. This platform uses historic data collection to recover, aggregate and make accessible the names and life stores of enslaved people.
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Support for 2023 Landmark Lecture Series was made possible with an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Inspire! Grant for Small Museums [IGSM-249243-OMS-21]
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