This presentation will focus on a less explored but no less revealing part of the HOLC archive: the textual "area descriptions" they created for thousands of neighborhoods.
New digital tools and practices have transformed the study and teaching of the history of slavery and its abolition.
Three scholars will speak on their work with the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies at the first Geoffrey H. Hartman Fellowship Symposium.
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