Today those voices out of bondage seem to transmit what is now meant by “soul.” Arna Bontemps
I want to take a minute to give attention to the artwork here before us.
I couldn't be more excited- please find the abstract for the paper below. A History of a Life with its Deepest Intentions: The Analog/Digital After-life of Moses Grandy’s Narrative of Enslavement The recovery, sharing, and witnessing generated through close readings of slave narratives digitized at Documenting the American South at the University of North Carolina … Continue reading Paper Proposal Accepted: #SHARP2019
I wrote a piece at Watershed Blog on formerly enslaved men and the sea. Featured image is by Lovis Corinth, painted in 1884 Un Othello. Click here
This video is from an invited lecture I gave at the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas in February 2017. Special thanks to my friend and colleagues Brian Rosenblum and Phil Stinson. (click Lecture) Lecture
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