Jessica Marie Johnson and Martha Jones discuss their Black Womanhood course on WYPR:
Just Teach One covered Theresa: A Haytien Tale (1827).
Edited and introduced by Eric Gardner and Nicole Aljoe. TEI-encoded by Sarah Stanley. With contributions from Joycelyn Moody, Nicole Aljoe, Michael Dean, Adam Kotlarczyk, Brigitte Fielder, Ed White, Katy L. Chiles, Cassander L. Smith, Julie Buckner Armstrong, Britt Rusert, and Michelle Carrigan.
A round-up of databases of runaway slave advertisements shared by Jessica Marie Johnson on Twitter. List (with additions from Twitters users) below the fold:
The Chronicle’s teaching newsletter covers the Black Womanhood course taught by Drs. Jessica Marie Johnson and Martha Jones at Johns Hopkins University.
via the Historic New Orleans Collection:
Jonathan Ned Katz and Tavia Nyong’o analyze the print material generated by the case of Mary Jones/Peter Sewally:
Available for free.
Lawrence Jackson’s course on Frederick Douglass covered by Hopkins Hub:
John Sacher discusses how to use the “Twenty Negro” exemption in the classroom when teaching about the U.S. Civil War: