Posts Tagged: african american studies

Emory’s Rose Library receives NEH grant for Black Print Culture project

The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a planning grant of $46,630 to the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University for The Wayfinder Project: Revealing Black Print Culture to a Linked World, 1830-. The Wayfinder project is an initiative to reimagine James Danky and Maureen Hady’s 1998 “African…

African American Oral History Collection, The HistoryMakers Digital Archive

The HistoryMakers Digital Archive Find it: Go to https://emory.thehistorymakers.com or visit our databases page and search for HistoryMakers Description/focus: The HistoryMakers Digital Archive is the largest video archive of African American oral histories in the United States. Founded in 1999, it contains interviews snippets of hundreds of African Americans from fifteen professional arenas: Art, Business, Civics, Education, Law, the Media, Medicine, the…

Finding Black History: Umbra Search and Google Arts and Culture

Every February, libraries and archives across the United States from the New York Public Library to the Digital Library of Georgia showcase African American history collections in celebration of Black History Month. We have identified several sites that will help you find these institutions and collections. Google Arts and Culture’s “Black History and Culture“  features African American history collections from seventy-four…