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Slavery North

Slavery North is a one-of-a-kind academic and cultural destination where scholars, thinkers, artists, and cultural producers build community and produce research and cultural outcomes that transform our understanding of the neglected histories of Transatlantic Slavery in Canada and the American North.

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MA Alumna Isabel Ruiz Cano Featured in Gazette for Exhibition at the Eric Carle
Curator Isabel Ruiz Cano (MA '23) was recently featured in an article in the Daily Hampshire Gazette about the Alphabet Soup exhibition at the Eric Carle.
February 28, 2024
Best exhibition proposal from AH100 wins class contest
Professor La Follette chose the exhibition proposal by students Abby Robinson, Krystal Otis, Liana Rice, Nina Vo, and Andrea Sanchez as the winner of the course contest. Congrats!
January 23, 2024