Projects & Presentations

A Portrait of Resistance: Power and Problems in the Image of Cinque of the Amistad Mutiny

A Portrait of Resistance: Power and Problems in the Image of Cinque of the Amistad Mutiny

History Camp, Virtual · Summer 2021 ·

Revolutionary Houses, Revolutionary Narratives

Revolutionary Houses, Revolutionary Narratives

The goal of the Revolutionary Houses / Revolutionary Narratives working group is to participate in, and co-create, projects supporting the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the United States in 2026… View

Across the USA and Beyond · 2021-2027 ·

Art and the Black Muslim Image

Art and the Black Muslim Image

Islamic Study Center, Duke University · May 28, 2022 ·

Street Scene: CETA murals, New Haven and the Late 1970s

Street Scene: CETA murals, New Haven and the Late 1970s

In collaboration with the Public Art Archive, this digital exhibit will expand Laura A. Macaluso’s 2019 exhibit on the City of New Haven’s first community-based public art program… View

The Public Art Archive · 2022-onward ·

Objectify Benedict Arnold: Making Memory of America’s Traitor

Objectify Benedict Arnold: Making Memory of America’s Traitor

Son of an alcoholic. Merchant. Husband. Soldier. General. Traitor. This digital humanities project is a first look at the range of visual and material culture associated to the life and legacy of Benedict Arnold (1740-41-1801), a man who remains–almost 250 years after his infamous turn–symbolic in American culture… View

The Life and Times of William Lanson: Black Freeman in 19th Century New Haven

The Life and Times of William Lanson: Black Freeman in 19th Century New Haven

Excluded from the city’s history for almost two-centuries, New Haven is finally elevating this important man for his contributions to our city. The program is the most comprehensive and accessible collection of historical data available on Lanson to date, and consists of a pamphlet, video, and virtual seminar… View

Virtual Seminar by Site Projects, Inc. · April 25, 2021 ·

William Lanson: The Story of Glory and Tragedy in 19th Century New Haven

William Lanson: The Story of Glory and Tragedy in 19th Century New Haven

Site Projects, Inc., New Haven, Connecticut · 2021 ·

A Love Letter to Little Free Libraries in Lynchburg

A Love Letter to Little Free Libraries in Lynchburg

Dear Reader, The Little Free Library movement began in 2009 in Hudson, Wisconsin and quickly spread across the United States and beyond.[1] Here in Lynchburg, I began noticing the growth of Little Free Libraries, especially this year, when coronavirus prevented in-person visits to libraries, archives, and museums which for me, are like second homes… View

December 2020 ·

Expanding the Traditional Cultural Narrative in House Museums: When the Beatles Became Part of the National Trust Legacy

Expanding the Traditional Cultural Narrative in House Museums: When the Beatles Became Part of the National Trust Legacy

This presentation is an assessment of the field of historic houses, and the ways in which the inclusion of the Beatles childhood homes in Liverpool changed the longstanding and traditional narrative of historic house preservation in the United Kingdom… View

"It was Fifty Years Ago Today," Nova University Lisbon, Portugal · June 2020 / Canceled due to COVID-19 ·

Roman Catholicism in the Hill City: A Digital Exhibit

Roman Catholicism in the Hill City: A Digital Exhibit

The closing of Holy Cross Regional School at the end of the academic year in June 2020 marks the end of an era in Lynchburg… View

Digital Exhibit @Lynchburg Museum · April 2020 onward ·