Call for Papers
Working Title: Female Death Work and Feminist Deathways in the American South
E Pluribus Unum?
Pastoralists: Being and Becoming Citizens and Challenges of Belonging
The Transatlantic History Student Organization, in collaboration with the Barksdale Lecture Series, the History Department, and the College of Liberal Arts of the University of Texas at Arlington, is sponsoring the Annual International Graduate Student Conference on Transatlantic History, September 27th and 28th.
Dear H-Net community,
On behalf of the redevelopment team of www.SlaveryImages.org, we are pleased to announce the relaunch of this legacy website, which Jerome S. Handler and Michael Tuite initially created in the late-1990s. Some of the key updates include: the site's compatiblity with IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework); and an expanding section housing expoerimental 3D educational environments containing full scale replicas of heritage sites relavent to the African slave trade.
Class of 2019
Co-organized by Glenda Goodman (University of Pennsylvania) and Rhae Lynn Barnes (Princeton University)
Oct. 11-12, 2019 at the University of Pennsylvania
Racial ideology is baked into the cultural and music history of early America. Native peoples and colonists heard each other’s music as indicators of difference, friendliness, or danger. The regulation of song and dance was integral to the subjugation of enslaved people.