In response to the recent election, #ADPhD is sharing reflections, short takes, and responses from scholars of slavery. To submit yours, click here.
Jessica Marie Johnson is on a recent episode of the podcast Historically Black: Continue reading “Johnson on Slavery, Sources, and Bills of Sale “
Ana Lucia Araujo of Howard University has announced the program of the slavery seminar at Howard University.
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Jessica Marie Johnson writes: Continue reading “Johnson on Sex, Blood, and Belonging in the Early Republic | @AAIHS “
“One evening, on a road in Jamaica, a soldier belonging to the “Mulatto Company” made his evening rounds. He came upon a black man in the woods. The soldier called for his attention. Receiving no answer, he killed him…” Jessica Marie Johnson’s October post for the African American Intellectual Society Blog is on black death and this rare sketch (available at the Library Company of … Continue reading Johnson on Black Death and the Gallows in 18th Century Jamaica
If your summer travels take you to Louisiana, be sure to visit Whitney Plantation in Wallace, Louisiana (about forty miles from New Orleans). See below for #ADPhD Founder and Curator Jessica Marie Johnson’s reflection on her visit last February…. Johnson on Time, Space, and Memory at Whitney Plantation “Each statue represents a person. Most represent one of the thirty odd men and women who experienced … Continue reading Johnson on Time, Space, and Memory at Whitney Plantation (Louisiana)
Originally posted on Diaspora Hypertext, the Blog:
VERY EXCITED to announce this…. My journal article, “Death Rites as Birthrights in Atlantic New Orleans: Kinship and Race in the Case of María Teresa v. Perine Dauphine,” is in the next issue of Slavery & Abolition…and it is LIVE online RIGHT NOW at Taylor & Francis. Jessica Marie Johnson, “Death Rites as Birthrights in Atlantic New Orleans:… Continue reading Online Now! “Death Rites as Birthrights in Atlantic New Orleans” by Me (@jmjafrx)