Graduate Student and Digital Dissertation Scholar Camille Goldmon Presents Work on Tuskegee Ag Men

History Graduate Student Camille Goldmon was a member of the 2019-’20 cohort of the Digital Dissertation Scholars Program (DDSP), a joint effort of the Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry (FCHI) Digital Publishing in the Humanities initiative and the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS). The yearlong program prepares doctoral students to create meaningful, sustainable, and accessible digital scholarship by equipping them with practical training and financial support. Goldmon presented the work she produced as a part of this program earlier this year. Watch her presentation, titled “Tuskegee Ag Men: A Digital Supplement to ‘On the Right Side of Radicalism: Black Farmers in Rural Alabama, 1881-1940,′” on the Emory Scholar Blogs website.