FRIDAY: Me (@jmjafrx) Discussing Voice and Power at #OAH2014



Anyone in Atlanta this weekend? :)

I’ll be in town for a few days attending the Organization of American Historians Annual Conference. Delighted to be discussing power and voice in African American Women’s and Gender History with several very smart scholars (who I happen to have admired for some time): Brenna Greer, Sarah Haley, Kwame Holmes, Barbara Krauthamer, and Kathryn Silva Banks.

The panel is sponsored by the OAH Committe on the Status of Women in the Historical Profession. Many thanks to Dayo Gore and Susan Lee Johnson for organizing it and inviting me to join the conversation.

If you’re free Friday afternoon (1:50 – 3:20 p), drop by!




Alter Egos and Avatars at #caDH

Always fun when good people cite and share your creations with other good people! Thank you Fiona Barnett of HASTAC for the mentions during the Critical Approaches to Digital Humanities at Virginia Commonwealth University! And thank you for doing such critical and generous work on my #AvatarDiaspora. ;)

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