Senegal Liberations Project Research Symposium: Possibilities and New Directions for Collaborative Digital Histories of Slavery and Emancipation
This event will feature student researchers and guest speakers from the Winter Levitt Research Group, shedding light on the ways digital humanities projects on enslavement and liberation can employ decolonizing methodology, while acknowledging the experiences of the oppressed peoples marginally inscribed in the colonial archives. This symposium will cover the documentation and analysis of the manumission records of 27,000 individuals who escaped enslavement in Senegal, Africa from 1857 to 1903.
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Joseph Fraser ‘21, Charlie Guterman ‘22, and Erica Ivins ‘21 and Stanford University's Joshua Goodwin ‘21
Professor Babacar Fall, Université Cheikh Anta Diop and Institut d’ Études Avancées de Saint-Louis du Sénégal
Dr. Ibrahima Seck, Research Director of the Whitney Plantation Slavery Museum