A Guide to Sites, Museums, and Memory

Acknowledgments

Slavery and Remembrance
Slavery and Remembrance

Slavery and Remembrance is expanding and evolving, thanks to a worldwide network of museums, sites, scholars, and professionals. Slavery and Remembrance is overseen by a UNESCO international advisory board of experts, an advisory committee at The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, and a team of writers, editors, and web designers based at The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s Digital History Center in Williamsburg, Virginia (USA).


Advisory Board, International Network of the Slave Route Project, UNESCO

  • Matthieu Dussauge, Chair, Musée Schoelcher, Guadeloupe
  • Petronilha Beatriz Goncalves e Silva, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil
  • Alissandra Cummins, Barbados Museum and Historical Society, Barbados
  • Stephen Kodjo Korsah, Ghana Museums and Monuments Board, Ghana
  • Ted Maris-Wolf, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, USA
  • Ali Moussa Iye, UNESCO Projet la Route de l’esclave, France
  • Philippe Pichot, La Route des abolitions de l’esclavage, France

Slavery and Remembrance Advisory Committee, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

  • Harvey Bakari
  • Ywone Edwards-Ingram
  • Mark Fluehr
  • Ted Maris-Wolf
  • Rosemarie McAphee
  • Stephen Seals

Writers

  • Harvey Bakari, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Joseph Beatty, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Ywone Edwards-Ingram, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Jamesha Gibson, The College of William and Mary
  • Tanisha Ingram, Florida International University
  • Sarah-Anne Leverette, Norfolk State University
  • Ted Maris-Wolf, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Briana McReynolds, Hampton University
  • Ciara Montgomery, Spellman College
  • Andrew Ojeda, New York University
  • James Walvin, University of York

Website Developers

  • Lisa Fischer, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Mark Fluehr, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Cille Honig, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Editors

  • Ywone Edwards-Ingram, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Ted Maris-Wolf, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Rosemarie McAphee, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Meredith Poole, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Stephen Seals, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Slavery and Remembrance is made possible through the generous support of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this web site do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.