2021 February 19, Bookworm #28 – “Framing Identity,” Representations of Empowerment and Resilience in the Black Experience (Samantha Hill)
From Tracy Payovich on March 2nd, 2021
This episode of the Clements Bookworm focuses on early photography of African Americans and the new online exhibit "Framing Identity: Representations of Empowerment and Resilience in the Black Experience" (clements.umich.edu/framing-identity). Samantha Hill, 2019-2021 Joyce Bonk Fellow at the Clements Library and graduate student at the U-M School of Information, discusses her work on the project alongside Clayton Lewis, curator of graphic materials. Books and resources discussed in the program are listed at: https://conta.cc/37uYYG1.
The Clements Bookworm is a webinar series in which panelists and featured guests discuss history topics. Inspired by the traditional Clements Library researcher tea time, we invite you to pull up a chair at our [virtual] table.
This episode was generously sponsored by a Clements Bookworm Appreciator.