Author: Sarah Whitwell

Sarah Whitwell is a PhD candidate in the Department of History at McMaster University. Her research explores the efforts of black women to resist racialized violence in the postemancipation South. You can find her on twitter: @whitwese

Interview with Micki Kaufman

As larger archives of human cultural output are accumulated, historians face a deluge of information. Where scarcity of information was once a common frustration, historians now face the opposite problem. Amidst veritable haystacks, historians must locate the needles and, presumably,

Posted in Blog

Building a Database: African American Women and Racialized Violence in the Postemancipation South

I am a PhD Candidate in the Department of History and a Graduate Resident at the Lewis & Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship. I will be posting throughout the year, so I want to take this opportunity to introduce

Posted in Blog Tagged with: ,