DIGITAL: Block on Topic Modeling in Common-place (from 2006)

Sharon Block, “Doing More with Digitization: An Introduction to Topic Modeling of Early American Sources,” Common-Place 06, no. 02 (January 2006), http://www.common-place-archives.org/vol-06/no-02/tales/.
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Lose Your Mother: 1884 & 2018

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VIDEO: Martinique, Slavery, Reparations

Corinne Jean-Joseph, Maryse Duhamel (Mouvement international pour la Réparation), Guilhaume de Reynal, Eric Dédé (Tous Creole), Moise Odino (author, Corps Noirs, Tetes Républicaines), and Alexane Ozier-Lafontaine (Mouvement international pour la Réparation) discuss the history of slavery in Martinique and Caribbean and the movement for reparations in this episode.

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BOOK: Mitchell on VĂ©nus Noire, Race and Sex in 19th Century France

Robin Mitchell, Black Women and Colonial Fantasies in Nineteenth-Century France (Athens; University of Georgia Press, 2018)

Via UGA Press:

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BLOGROLL/ARTICLES: Sinha’s Editor’s Note for June 2018 Journal of the Civil War Era on Abolitionism

Manisha Sinha writes:

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EDITED: Rogers and Lesueur on Manumission and Slavery in Europe and the Americas

New edited volume by Dominique Rogers and Boris Lesueur, via Karthala:

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