Visualizing: Performing Blackness in the Afterlives of Slavery: An Archive

Check out our latest digital exhibit, curated by Danielle Roper, on our newly-released digital platform, The Afterlives of Slavery.

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Materializing Race: An “Unconference” on Objects and Identity in #VastEarlyAmerica


Websites and digital resources on the Atlantic slave trade and visual culture:

Afro-Latin American and Afro-Latinx Art Historical Resources

List of monuments to white supremacy that have been defaced, removed, or toppled 

Monuments in the Caribbean – A series of conversations organized by the University of West Indies Museum (part 1; part 2)

H-Slavery – Digital Resources for the Study of Global Slavery and the Slave Trade

Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database (version 2.0)

University of Chicago Library Guide on Slavery and Diaspora

Slavery and Visual Culture Working Group at Yale University (directed by Professor Cécile Fromont)

Slavery Images – A Visual Record of the African Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Early African Diaspora

Fashioning the Self in Slavery and Abolition – A curated platform that explores intersections between slavery and the fashion system

Visualización del rostro esclavo en el mundo transatlántico,” talk by co-founder Agnes Lugo-Ortiz at the University of Puerto Rico, on March 2019.

Slavery Routes Documentary Series

Afro-Latin American and Afro-Latinx art historical resources