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Wednesday, June 14 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Session 2A: Project Showcase

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Interpreting Ruins: Legacies of Enslavement at the Menokin Glass House

Charting Civil Rights: Using Google Maps to Visualize the Southern Movement

Maritime Archaeology from Slave Ships to Rice Boats; Reflecting on South Carolina’s Underwater Archaeological Record and Its Representation of Enslaved Life

The Identification, Preservation, and Commemoration Of Ferry Sites in South Carolina

“The Slaves Who Were Ourselves”: Public History, Race, and Slavery in Post-Postracial America                


Speakers
avatar for Mariaelena DiBenigno

Mariaelena DiBenigno

Interpreting Ruins: Legacies of Enslavement at the Menokin Glass House - College of William and Mary
avatar for Evan Faulkenbury

Evan Faulkenbury

Assistant Professor of History, SUNY Cortland
Charting Civil Rights: Using Google Maps to Visualize the Southern Movement - State University of New York at Cortland
JI

Jessica Irwin

Maritime Archaeology from Slave Ships to Rice Boats; Reflecting on South Carolina’s Underwater Archaeological Record and Its Representation of Enslaved Life - South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology
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Edward Salo

The Identification, Preservation, and Commemoration Of Ferry Sites in South Carolina - State University Arkansas
JY

Jason Young

“The Slaves Who Were Ourselves”: Public History, Race, and Slavery in Post-Postracial America - University at Buffalo, Program Sub-Committee for International African American Museum



Wednesday June 14, 2017 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Stern Center Room 205 71 George St, Charleston, SC 29401

Attendees (10)