Published Work

Hannah Franz, Anne Charity Hudley, Rachael Scarborough King, Kendra Calhoun, deandre miles-hercules, Jamaal Muwwakkil, Jeremy Edwards, Ceciliy Duffie, Danielle Knox, Bishop Lawton, and Tre Merritt. “The Role of the Graduate Student in Inclusive Undergraduate Research Experiences.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 22, no. 1 (forthcoming, Spring 2021).

Rachael Scarborough King, “Critical Pedagogy and Feminist Scholarship in the Archives.” Huntington Library Quarterly 84, no. 1 (Spring 2021): 189-201.

Rachael Scarborough King, with Cecily Duffie, Danielle Knox, Bishop Lawton, Tre Merritt, Gabi Montgomery, and Maria Sintura. “Black Lives, White Frames: Mary Leadbeater’s Poem ‘The Negro’ and Transatlantic Abolitionism.” American Contact (edited collection; under contract, University of Pennsylvania Press).

Ongoing Digital Humanities Work

Researchers in the Summer Research Internship have used the techniques of topic modeling and network analysis to investigate the collection. So far, they have applied these techniques to Boxes 2 and 3, which represent approximately 15 percent of the collection. The network map below shows the connections within the collection that network analysis has revealed so far. As we transcribe more and more letters, we will be able to add more correspondents to these maps.