Justin Simard

Assistant Professor of Law · Michigan State University

Justin Simard’s research studies the modern citation of slavery by American judges and lawyers.

Modern Citations of Slavery Legal History Legal Education Slavery

Dr Joseph Yannielli

Lecturer, History · Aston University

Dr Yannielli’s main fields of interest are slavery and abolition, with a special focus on America during the nineteenth century.

Social Movements Slavery in the United States Slavery Abolition Slavery in West Africa

Manisha Sinha, Ph.D.

Draper Chair in American History · University of Connecticut

Dr. Sinha is an expert in Civil War and Reconstruction

Feminism Abolition Slavery

Alan J. Singer

Professor of Teaching, Learning and Technology · Hofstra University

Alan Singer specializes in social studies education and United States history.

Social Studies Education United States History History of Slavery Teaching race. ethnicity and class

Seretha Williams, PhD

Chair of English and World Languages · Augusta University

Professor Williams is an expert in Africa and African Diaspora, Digital Humanities, and Digital Publication.

Digital Publication Africa and African Diaspora Digital Humanities

Jane Landers

Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History · Vanderbilt University

Expert on digital archives and the history of Colonial Latin America, slavery, early American black history.

Africa Colonial Latin America Caribbean History Comparative Slave Systems The Atlantic World

Thomas Craemer, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Public Policy · University of Connecticut

Thomas Craemer is an expert on slavery reparations, racial bias and the psychology of racism.

Slavery Reparations Diversity and Inclusion Race Related Policies Race Relations Psychology of Race

Judith Giesberg, PhD

Professor of History; Robert M. Birmingham Chair in the Humanties | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Judith Giesberg, PhD, is an expert on the history of women and gender in the U.S. Civil War.

Caroline LeCount Census Slavery U.S. Civil War Women's History

David Levine

The Honorable Raymond L. Sullivan Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: levined@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4677 / Office 350-200

Federal Civil Procedure California Civil Procedure Remedies Institutional Reform Litigation

Amilcar Shabazz

Professor of History and Africana Studies, W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Amilcar Shabazz has been a prominent voice in the movement to make reparations to descendants of former enslaved Americans.

Reparations for Slavery Juneteenth African American Educational History and Public Policy Afro-Americans in the Caribbean, Central and South America African American Biography

Betsy Lewis

Professor, Modern Languages · University of Mary Washington

Betsy Lewis is a professor of modern languages and literatures at the University of Mary Washington, specializing in Spanish literature.

Spanish Literature Women's Studies Digital Humanities University Teaching Academic Administration

Dexter Gabriel, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of History · University of Connecticut

Dexter Gabriel's research interests include the history of slavery, resistance, and freedom in the Black Atlantic.

Abolition and Emancipation Slavery in Popular Culture Slavery Black Atlantic

Alexandra Neel

Associate Professor of English and Director of Humanities · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Nineteenth-Century British Literature Visual Cultures Theories and Histories of Photography Travel Literature Polar Studies

Stephen Hanna

Professor of Geography · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Hanna's research in cultural geography explores how our pasts are represented in monuments and museums.

Cartography and GIS Southern plantation museums Confederate memorials Cartography Geographic Information Systems (Gis)

Christopher M. Curtis

Professor of History · Georgia Southern University

Dr. Curtis's research focuses on 19th-century law and property rights. He is currently studying the history of church property rights.

Consolodations and Mergers The American South/British Colonialism Age of Revolution History of Common Law/Property Rights Academic Affairs

Julie McCown

Associate Professor of English · Southern Utah University

Specializing in early American natural history, post-humanism, and digital humanities theory

Artifical Intelligence Ecocriticism Race and Nature in Early American Literature Early American Novels Composition

Ronald Hall

Professor of Social Work · Michigan State University

An expert in racism and diversity.

Colorism Bleaching Syndrome Racism Discrimination Black/White Racial Conflict

Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina

Paul Murray Kendall Chair in Biography and Professor of English · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Gretchen Gerzina is a specialist on the novel and biography, focusing on Black British studies, Victorian studies and mixed race studies..

Victorian Studies Black British Studies African American Women’s Writing Mixed Race Studies

Whitney Battle-Baptiste

Professor of Anthropology / Director of the W.E.B. Du Bois Center · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Whitney Battle-Baptiste's research focuses on how the intersection of race, gender, class and sexuality look through an archaeological lens.

W.E.B. Du Bois Black Feminist Theory Race, Labor and Social Justice Black Archeology Heritage Studies

Toussaint Losier

Associate Professor in the W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Toussaint Losier's research focuses on grassroots responses to the postwar emergence of mass incarceration in Chicago and other areas

Mass Incarceration Grassroots Responses to Mass Incarceration Criminal Justice Policy Incarceration and Racial Disparity