“Curating a Fractured Past: The Role of Museums, Maps, Manuscripts, Prints, Rare Books, Photos, Artifacts, Literature & the Arts in Embracing Our Common Humanity on a Finite Planet” is a program created on the occasion of Juneteenth 2022 by the “Africa Map Circle” as part of the “Mapping the Slave Trade…” project in tribute to the life-long work of Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
In addition see:
- Recovering a Looted Past: “Repatriating” African History & The Question of “Just” Reparations
- Slavery and Suffering – History Of Africa with Zeinab Badawi [Episode 16]
- Slavery and Salvation – History Of Africa with Zeinab Badawi [Episode 17]
- Harvard University | History of the Book at Harvard | The Collector’s Corner….
- [From the Ticknor Society] “The Collector’s Corner” – Book Collecting at the End of Empire
Three Cambridge University Alumni to receive honorary degrees….
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- Recovering a Looted Past: “Repatriating” African History – Digitizing Historical Maps, Images & Artifacts to Enhance Global Collaborative Research & Understanding
- A Short Overview of Emerging Digital Technologies for Research & Teaching in African History & Cultural Studies
- African Historical Cartography: Developing New Means to Explore Alternate Narratives in African and Global Ecological History
- Spanning Oceans – Bridging Traditions: Libraries, the Global Humanities & the “Overview Effect” in a Digitized World
For discussions of why those in the United States have had difficulties coming to terms with their slave history past see:
- Juneteenth Special: Historian Clint Smith on Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America
as well as:
- The African Historical Graphics Archive