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This account is owned by H-Net's academic network for the study of slavery, H-Slavery. RT ≠ endorsement. Account hosts: @AJMcGee21 & @KSkrabanek

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The story of the Jamaican revolution suggests that methods of calculated revolutionary action transcend historical periods, writes @tomzoellner. https://t.co/RK8hKPNkYH

Before 1619, there was 1526: The mystery of the first enslaved Africans in what became the United States https://t.co/mgGJ4nojxU

#Twitterstorians check the CFP of the Seminar "Slavery, Memory & African Diasporas led by Prof. @analuciaraujo_ . The seminar will start its 9th consecutive year and will be held on Zoom both in the Fall 2020 & Spring 2021. No matter where you are you can present and attend! https://t.co/YpCb3qiIgj

#Twitterstorians check the CFP of the Seminar "Slavery, Memory & African Diasporas led by Prof. @analuciaraujo_ . The seminar will start its 9th consecutive year and will be held on Zoom both in the Fall 2020 & Spring 2021. No matter where you are you can present and attend! https://t.co/YpCb3qiIgj

Beginning next week, join the Fugitive Slave Database for a week dedicated to enslaved women who pursued freedom from slavery in Georgia. Multiple notices will be published each day to reveal, for the first time, these remarkable fugitives and their heroic of acts of escape.

Warming up! Join me and @jmjafrx for the first session of #Slaveryarchive book club on July 1, 2020 with @Harvard historian Vincent Brown who will present his book Tacky's Revolt, followed by discussion. Get the book here https://t.co/lCId2UA0rg https://t.co/WG8yXfh1KS

Warming up! Join me and @jmjafrx for the first session of #Slaveryarchive book club on July 1, 2020 with @Harvard historian Vincent Brown who will present his book Tacky's Revolt, followed by discussion. Get the book here https://t.co/lCId2UA0rg https://t.co/WG8yXfh1KS

H. L. Stephens: Man reading headline, “Presidential Proclamation, Slavery”(1863). Referring to Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Reworked reading Peggy’s manumission papers (my great granny x4). Rediscovering #blackportraiture through #gettymuseumchallenge. #gettychallenge https://t.co/yZpCih4xS4

H. L. Stephens: Man reading headline, “Presidential Proclamation, Slavery”(1863). Referring to Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Reworked reading Peggy’s manumission papers (my great granny x4). Rediscovering #blackportraiture through #gettymuseumchallenge. #gettychallenge https://t.co/yZpCih4xS4

Hey #twitterstorians, did you know you can share your recent book publications addressing the history of slavery with our 3,000+ academic subscribers?! The link below tells you how! https://t.co/ExI7CLC4il

#BOOK81 Anne C. Bailey's The Weeping Time: "Whether it was Suriname or Jamaica, Antigua or Brazil, black-eyed peas and rice in various mutations was sumptuously prepared with African herbal seasonings and always salt pork or beef." #slaveryarchive #WomenAlsoKnowHistory https://t.co/7W7jy42Dil

#BOOK81 Anne C. Bailey's The Weeping Time: "Whether it was Suriname or Jamaica, Antigua or Brazil, black-eyed peas and rice in various mutations was sumptuously prepared with African herbal seasonings and always salt pork or beef." #slaveryarchive #WomenAlsoKnowHistory https://t.co/7W7jy42Dil

#Slaveryarchive Book Club kickoff on July 1st, 2020 hosted by @analuciaraujo_ and @jmjafrx You can watch/comment on Youtube https://t.co/fr7RAQ4svX but if you want the author to see you & hear you, send an email to analucia.araujo@gmail.com with subject #Slaveryarchive Book Club https://t.co/bNdEdf9sLH

#Slaveryarchive Book Club kickoff on July 1st, 2020 hosted by @analuciaraujo_ and @jmjafrx You can watch/comment on Youtube https://t.co/fr7RAQ4svX but if you want the author to see you & hear you, send an email to analucia.araujo@gmail.com with subject #Slaveryarchive Book Club https://t.co/bNdEdf9sLH

Have great news: My book for general readers Humans in Shackles: An Atlantic History of Slavery in the Americas is under contract with @UChicagoPress. This is a hemispheric & narrative history of slavery in the Americas centering on Brazil, Africa & enslaved women #slaveryarchive

Today on @BlkPerspectives, we begin our joint online roundtable with @JAAHistory on Saidiya Hartman's #WaywardLives (@wwnorton) with a contribution from Sarah Haley (@sahaley), "Intimate Historical Practice" -- https://t.co/cvm0il4wTl @aaihs https://t.co/ZndZZkjhQM

Today on @BlkPerspectives, we begin our joint online roundtable with @JAAHistory on Saidiya Hartman's #WaywardLives (@wwnorton) with a contribution from Sarah Haley (@sahaley), "Intimate Historical Practice" -- https://t.co/cvm0il4wTl @aaihs https://t.co/ZndZZkjhQM

A former slave who led a revolution and became Napoleon’s foe, Toussaint Louverture’s destruction by the French state was not forgotten. From the forthcoming June issue: https://t.co/joPkunq3rL

David Olusoga interview: ‘Slavery is part of our history. We can’t pretend that it never happened’ #slaveryarchive #twitterstorians https://t.co/gahEFBZxQV

The spring workshops for the #BarbadosRunaways are now offered online! The aim is to offer the public a common space to explore ways to engage creatively with the “runaway slave ads” in the #BarbadosMercury gazette. #vastearlyamerica #slaveryarchive Details in this thread:

Although John Quincy Adams is remembered for his strong antislavery positions, enslaved people lived in the White House while he was president. In today’s article, learn about the enslaved members of his household—Holzey and Rachel Clark #SPNInitiative: https://t.co/EYUaV7AhK7

“The Civil War was a conflict between two interconnected but also antagonistic versions of white American expansion: one premised upon slavery, the other upon freedom not just from slavery but from black people entirely.” ⁦@abufelix12⁩ ⁦ https://t.co/kOzfZLyuME

William & Mary seeks a postdoc fellow to participate in research & programming for The Lemon Project. This is a two-year residential fellowship, supported by the Mellon Foundation. Salary is $50k per year. More info and to apply: https://t.co/rVgTehe65d & https://t.co/6tQOxRdsVy https://t.co/vt41w3fATi

William & Mary seeks a postdoc fellow to participate in research & programming for The Lemon Project. This is a two-year residential fellowship, supported by the Mellon Foundation. Salary is $50k per year. More info and to apply: https://t.co/rVgTehe65d & https://t.co/6tQOxRdsVy https://t.co/vt41w3fATi

How the Founder of California’s First Black Church Fought Its Last Known Slavery Case https://t.co/vvLnTS76GS https://t.co/SyCIxIoZTF

How the Founder of California’s First Black Church Fought Its Last Known Slavery Case https://t.co/vvLnTS76GS https://t.co/SyCIxIoZTF

Annals of slavery in New England: one of my students came across this interesting ad via @fotmproject - Peter escaped in Maine in 1705 (from the Boston News-Letter, Dec. 10, 1705). #slaveryarchive https://t.co/9WAE5C0IF1

Annals of slavery in New England: one of my students came across this interesting ad via @fotmproject - Peter escaped in Maine in 1705 (from the Boston News-Letter, Dec. 10, 1705). #slaveryarchive https://t.co/9WAE5C0IF1

Today on @BlkPerspectives, Adam McNeil (@CulturedModesty) offers a review of Karen Cook Bell’s (@kbphd08) Claiming Freedom: Race, Kinship, and Land in the Nineteenth Century— https://t.co/ZAzNC3hpiN https://t.co/4QA6ddkHq9

Today on @BlkPerspectives, Adam McNeil (@CulturedModesty) offers a review of Karen Cook Bell’s (@kbphd08) Claiming Freedom: Race, Kinship, and Land in the Nineteenth Century— https://t.co/ZAzNC3hpiN https://t.co/4QA6ddkHq9

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