H-Slavery (H-Net)

H-Slavery (H-Net)

@H_Slavery_HNet

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This account is owned by H-Net's academic network for the study of slavery, H-Slavery. RT ≠ endorsement. Account hosts: @AJMcGee21 & @KSkrabanek

Joined on July 07, 2016
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Preparing syllabi for next Spring 2021? Consider including sessions of the #Slaveryarchive Book Club, we have a full schedule (still filling up) for next Spring 2021. The full schedule is here in the link where you can check  how to register https://t.co/pioeShMGmr https://t.co/5HosyPOr4M

Preparing syllabi for next Spring 2021? Consider including sessions of the #Slaveryarchive Book Club, we have a full schedule (still filling up) for next Spring 2021. The full schedule is here in the link where you can check how to register https://t.co/pioeShMGmr https://t.co/5HosyPOr4M

In today‘s post on @BlkPerspectives, we continue our online forum organized by @DrSashaTurner on Eric Williams’, Capitalism and Slavery (@uncpressblog), with an essay from Sasha Turner —https://t.co/98NKzP5F7W https://t.co/Jy0PyyRLHy
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In today‘s post on @BlkPerspectives, we continue our online forum organized by @DrSashaTurner on Eric Williams’, Capitalism and Slavery (@uncpressblog), with an essay from Sasha Turner —https://t.co/98NKzP5F7W https://t.co/Jy0PyyRLHy

In one week, @MountVernon joins Black Women United for Action in remembering the enslaved individuals who lived at Mount Vernon with a virtual program & wreathlaying ceremony. Tune in on Sat, 10/3 at 11 am ET on Facebook, Twitter & YouTube: https://t.co/zBB2GEEzYF https://t.co/kSoe3obK3e

In one week, @MountVernon joins Black Women United for Action in remembering the enslaved individuals who lived at Mount Vernon with a virtual program & wreathlaying ceremony. Tune in on Sat, 10/3 at 11 am ET on Facebook, Twitter & YouTube: https://t.co/zBB2GEEzYF https://t.co/kSoe3obK3e

Quoted @marinamaral2

Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey was born around 1818 into slavery in Talbot County, Maryland. https://t.co/FquZYnDxy5

Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey was born around 1818 into slavery in Talbot County, Maryland. https://t.co/FquZYnDxy5

Frederick Douglass #slaveryarchive by @marinamaral2 https://t.co/Ne8WtsBbOb

Paris plans first statue of black woman for anti-slavery heroine https://t.co/tlDVAg7mo9 via @FRANCE24

New on the blog: Dr. Robert Colby and Mazie Clark of Christopher Newport University write about the story of an Albemarle County, Virginia, freedwoman named Susan Jackson and her efforts to reunite with her children after the Civil War. https://t.co/Pp86xN70UQ https://t.co/PQTXQBdbf5

New on the blog: Dr. Robert Colby and Mazie Clark of Christopher Newport University write about the story of an Albemarle County, Virginia, freedwoman named Susan Jackson and her efforts to reunite with her children after the Civil War. https://t.co/Pp86xN70UQ https://t.co/PQTXQBdbf5

Quoted @BlkPerspectives

In today’s post on @BlkPerspectives, we continue our online forum organized by @DrSashaTurner on Eric Williams’, Capitalism and Slavery (@uncpressblog), with an essay from Natasha Lightfoot (@njlightfoot) — https://t.co/pwF16NL2sD @AAIHS https://t.co/9Va14RYnjs

In today’s post on @BlkPerspectives, we continue our online forum organized by @DrSashaTurner on Eric Williams’, Capitalism and Slavery (@uncpressblog), with an essay from Natasha Lightfoot (@njlightfoot) —   https://t.co/pwF16NL2sD @AAIHS https://t.co/9Va14RYnjs

My essay connecting Eric Williams’ Capitalism and Slavery, the social history of compensation to West Indian former slave owners, the archive of slavery and freedom, & the struggles of a newly freed Black woman in Antigua. Take a look. https://t.co/YhRlMtqsMH

I don't always agree with Jim Oakes, but I find everything he writes worth reading, including this, in @econhistorian on slavery and capitalism. Some other interesting posts in the sidebar too! https://t.co/2IIxppP8Fi

Exciting news! Afro-Catholic Festivals is coming out as a paperback in May 2021!

https://t.co/gm68WXm4yv https://t.co/Hhmqi8qfiO

Exciting news! Afro-Catholic Festivals is coming out as a paperback in May 2021! https://t.co/gm68WXm4yv https://t.co/Hhmqi8qfiO

In today’s post on @BlkPerspectives, we begin our online forum organized by @DrSashaTurner on Eric Williams’ groundbreaking book, Capitalism and Slavery (@uncpressblog), with an essay from Katie Donington (@KatieDonington) —  https://t.co/2cElpb41dz @AAIHS https://t.co/YIohFKnvl5
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In today’s post on @BlkPerspectives, we begin our online forum organized by @DrSashaTurner on Eric Williams’ groundbreaking book, Capitalism and Slavery (@uncpressblog), with an essay from Katie Donington (@KatieDonington) — https://t.co/2cElpb41dz @AAIHS https://t.co/YIohFKnvl5

"Criticisms of the [#1619Project] and misunderstanding about revision come from this basic misapprehension about how we know what we know about the past." A joy to think & write w the great @ProfLMH abt revision & how history is really made. 1/ https://t.co/FP7VNDNUVB

A slaughterhouse in the Atlantic - Samuel Jackson series follows the slave trade https://t.co/8GsQGVLrUE

Quoted @KeishaBlain

In honor of #EricWilliams' birthday (9/25), @BlkPerspectives is hosting an online forum on his magnum opus '#Capitalism & #Slavery' (1944)! Feat. essays by his daughter Erica Williams-Connell, @DrSashaTurner, @njlightfoot, @VereneAShep & @KatieDonington. https://t.co/hq1tavKgo3 https://t.co/mXQXOxxUNj

In honor of #EricWilliams' birthday (9/25), @BlkPerspectives is hosting an online forum on his magnum opus '#Capitalism & #Slavery' (1944)! Feat. essays by his daughter Erica Williams-Connell, @DrSashaTurner, @njlightfoot, @VereneAShep & @KatieDonington. 

https://t.co/hq1tavKgo3 https://t.co/mXQXOxxUNj

👇🏾Reminder! This amazing @BlkPerspectives forum on Eric Williams' groundbreaking #book '#Capitalism and #Slavery' (1944) begins tomorrow! @AAIHS https://t.co/lmWqGauWfY

The Underground Railroad to Mexico. Across Texas and parts of Louisiana, scholars are working to piece together a puzzle of a largely forgotten piece of American history: a network that helped thousands of Black slaves escape to south of the border. https://t.co/M3S2Yo6hUM

Quoted @KeishaBlain

👉🏾Save the date! I'll be discussing FOUR HUNDRED SOULS at @LibraryJournal's 'Day of Dialog' on Friday, Sept. 25th! Looking forward to being in conversation with @agordonreed, @MichelleDuster, Charles Person & @sendaulas! Register today! https://t.co/5wHQeP2lWs https://t.co/Oprqgrmptg

👉🏾Save the date! I'll be discussing FOUR HUNDRED SOULS at @LibraryJournal's 'Day of Dialog' on Friday, Sept. 25th! Looking forward to being in conversation with @agordonreed, @MichelleDuster, Charles Person & @sendaulas! Register today!

https://t.co/5wHQeP2lWs https://t.co/Oprqgrmptg

Excellent! 👍 Join our very own @KeishaBlain for a discussion of "Four Hundred Souls" @LibraryJournal's "Day of Dialog" coming up on Friday, 25 September! 🖊️📆 Plenty of other fabulous #WomenAlsoKnowHistory will be contributing, so please do check it out at the link below! ⬇️ https://t.co/o3bPQiG9sm

In November of 1733 enslaved Africans in the Caribbean island of St John, led by an Akan princess named Breffu, rebelled against their Danish captors, seized control of the island & established an Akan Kingdom in the Caribbean, in one of longest slave revolts. Thread... https://t.co/hYM89CuxUu

In November of 1733 enslaved Africans in the Caribbean island of St John, led by an Akan princess named Breffu, rebelled against their Danish captors, seized control of the island & established an Akan Kingdom in the Caribbean, in one of longest slave revolts. Thread... https://t.co/hYM89CuxUu

Quoted @arielagross

Looking forward to this event with @Adrienne_WU @Sven_Beckert & more! @USCGouldLaw. Friday 9/25 @12 noon PDT. Zoom of course. Register at https://t.co/b3MPIX1a1L https://t.co/f75331xGoF

Looking forward to this event with @Adrienne_WU @Sven_Beckert & more! @USCGouldLaw. Friday 9/25 @12 noon PDT. Zoom of course. Register at https://t.co/b3MPIX1a1L https://t.co/f75331xGoF

If you haven't had a chance to hear @arielagross & Alejandro de la Fuente talk about Becoming Free, Becoming Black, check out this event, with these other awesome panelists. @cambUP_History https://t.co/tpEZyMdc4N

Today on @BlkPerspectives, Ahmad Greene-Hayes (@_BrothaG) interviews Nicole Myers Turner (@NicoMyTurn) on her new book Soul Liberty: The Evolution of Black Religious Politics in Postemancipation Virginia (@uncpressblog)— https://t.co/tdLHBKjxsb https://t.co/7fTVlpOIVH
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Today on @BlkPerspectives, Ahmad Greene-Hayes (@_BrothaG) interviews Nicole Myers Turner (@NicoMyTurn) on her new book Soul Liberty: The Evolution of Black Religious Politics in Postemancipation Virginia (@uncpressblog)— https://t.co/tdLHBKjxsb https://t.co/7fTVlpOIVH

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