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UCLDH ONLINE: Digital Humanities & Spatial History: Atlantic World Stories

23 February 2021, 8:00 pm–9:00 pm

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Zephyr Frank (Stanford University) describes and discusses a series of DH projects that have developed at CESTA and have addressed major issues in the history of the Atlantic World, including slavery and the experience of enslaved and freed persons in particular.

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The paper describes and discusses a series of DH projects that have developed at CESTA and have addressed major issues in the history of the Atlantic World, including slavery and the experience of enslaved and freed persons in particular.

All are welcome. The event will run on Zoom. The link and passcode will be provided on your confirmation email when you register. Please register to attend at https://ucldh-spatialhistory.eventbrite.co.uk

This event is organised by UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, which is part of the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies and by the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis at Stanford University.

About the Speaker

Zephyr Frank

Zephyr Frank is Professor of History and the Director of the Program on Urban Studies.  He was also the founding Director of the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA) 2011-16.  His research interests focus on Brazilian social and cultural history, the study of wealth and inequality, and the digital humanities.

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