This two-day event will feature panel discussions exploring recent innovations in slavery research and its impact on scholarship and public interpretation. Bringing together leading experts from across academia, museums, and documentary filmmaking, the conference will include four panels, each with four presenters and a commentator, a plenary address by noted slavery historian Philip Morgan, and demonstrations of new research databases, analysis tools, and examples of digital history projects. The conference will provide opportunities for dialogue among presenters and attendees on the new opportunities and challenges that scholars, curators, educators, family historians, and the general public now face with recent advances in slavery research.
Sessions held at Monticello’s Robert H. Smith Center at Montalto.
Sponsored by Monticello, Thomas Jefferson Foundation with the participation of Morven, University of Virginia.
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