H-Slavery Interview with Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo
H-Slavery is delighted to launch this new series of interviews with our subscribers, with much appreciation for Matthew Dawdy of Iowa State University for organizing it. The series aims to highlight the diversity of our field of study and to discuss topics related to teaching, research, and public engagement. Matt's first interview in the series, with Dr.
Digitization of Moorland-Spingarn's Mary Ann Shadd Cary Collection
Announcing the digitization of Moorland-Spingarn's Mary Ann Shadd Cary Collection. A Howard Alumna, Cary was the first female African-American newspaper editor in North America, a suffragette, lawyer, educator and much more.
Creating new categories: how one determined librarian revolutionized her field
"Cataloging Black Knowledge: How Dorothy Porter Assembled and Organized a Premier Africana Research Collection"
National Trust for Historic Preservation announces the launch of its newest National Treasure: Howard University’s Founders Library
Today, the National Trust for Historic Preservation announces the launch of its newest National Treasure: Howard University’s Founders Library.