Digital South Panel Series presents: Exhibiting North Carolina Black History
The Digital South is a project of the University Libraries that aims to foster collaborative and meaningful engagement between scholars that are using digital methods to study the American South. With these aims in mind, we are excited to have three panels this semester. Each panel will consist of two or more scholars sharing about their projects and answering questions from a moderator and the audience. Panel topics are concerned with histories of oppression and resistance in the South while exploring a wide range of available digital methodologies.
In this program, panelists will discuss North Carolina Black History.
Presentation on the Penn Papers Exhibit
Chaitra Powell - Curator of the Southern Historical Collection at Wilson Special Collections Library
Brianna McGruder - MSLS Candidate at the School of Information and Library Science and Carolina Academic Library Associate at Wilson Special Collections Library
North Carolina Black Feminism
Antonia Randolph - Assistant Professor of American Studies at UNC
- Wednesday, March 22, 2023
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Friends of the Library Lectures, Readings and Talks