This week in the twittersphere, the podcast The Dig hosted by Daniel Denver explores slavery in New England and the broader Atlantic World in the newly released episode, “Capitalism and Slavery, Pt.
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NEW: Paul E. Lovejoy Prize
Brill and the editorial team of the Journal of Global Slavery are pleased to provide an annual prize of €500 for excellence and originality in a major work (defined as a monograph or feature documentary) on any theme related to global slavery published in 2019 calendar year. Deadline: 15 February 2020.
What's new in the twittersphere over these past two weeks?
Culture as Resistance in the Lusophone World. Legacies and Challenges
This week in the twittersphere, William and Mary College selected a design for a future memorial dedicated to recognizing the university’s role in the history of slavery.
This week in the twittersphere, Georgetown University observed Washington D.C.'s Emancipation Day through a series of events focusing on historical documentation and reclaiming narratives of slavery and the Civil War. One of the events focused on the transcription of materials from the slavery archives. Learn more, here: https://www.georgetown.edu/news/emancipation-day-celebration-includes-historical-record-tr...
Don’t miss “The Greater Reconstruction: American Democracy After the Civil War,” a two day conference sponsored by the Draper Chair endowment.