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Dr. Stephanie J. Richmond

Dr. Stephanie J. Richmond
Associate Professor of History
Office: Brown Hall 211.07
Phone: (757) 823-9073

Expertise: women's history, African American history, slavery and abolition, women's rights, British history, digital humanities
Interests: Women and the abolition of slavery, material culture, digital humanities, mapping, migration
Courses: American history survey, African American history to 1865, U.S. Women's History, Historical Research, The American Revolution, Antebellum America, Civil War and Reconstruction

Bio: Dr. Stephanie J. Richmond (Ph.D., Catholic University of America) is a historian of gender and race in the Atlantic World and a digital historian. She is currently working on a book manuscript on class, race, and early feminist thought in the antislavery movement in the United States and Britain entitled "A Sisterhood against Slavery: Women, Class, and the Atlantic Antislavery Movement."   She is a member of the 1619: The Making of America project through the Roberts Center for the Study of the African Diaspora, a former community rep for the Digital Public Library of America, and the treasurer of the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians.  You can find her work in Women and Social Movements, the GHI Bulletin, Programming Historian, and The Journal of Women's History.

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