Welcome to H-Afro-Am, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. The main mission of H-Afro-Am is to provide an exchange of information for professionals, faculty and advanced students, in the field of African-American Studies.
On Tuesday, April 29, at 5:00 PM the American Antiquarian Society will offer a Regional Academic Seminar at the Society's Goddard-Daniels House in Worcester, MA. These seminars are offered in association with the history departments ofBrown University, Clark University, and the University of Connecticut.
The talk on April 29 will be by Maria Alessandra Bollettino, an assistant professor of history at Framingham State University and a current National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow at AAS. The title of Prof. Bollettino's talk will be: The British Empire’s “Sable Arm”: Black Combatants in the Mid-Eighteenth-Century Caribbean and Postwar Antislavery.
We are looking for a third panelist for our panel: Education and the Long Civil Rights Struggle. The two papers we have focus on education as a primary goal of African Americans during the post-emancipation period. These papers explore themes of race, religion, gender and politics. Together they provide a foundation for understanding the early discourse around education as a civil right.
If you are interested, please send a brief abstract of your paper and your C.V. to Nicole Myers Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are in need of a third presenter for a graduate student panel at this year's ASALH conference. The panel will focus on local studies of the civil rights movement. If you are intersted please contact Michael Blum, email@example.com. Thank you!
Stone Artifacts and Glass Tools from Enslaved African Contexts on St. Kitts’ Southeast Peninsula, By Todd M. Ahlman Bobby R. Braly and Gerald F. Schroedl Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage, Vol. 3, No. 1: 1-25.
The “Color” of Heritage: Decolonizing Collaborative Archaeology in the Caribbean, By Edward González-Tennant