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The Midlo Center produces and collaborates on engaging and accessible digital projects based on the research of UNO scholars, students, and community partners.
Rediscovering the stories of self-liberating people through a searchable database about fugitives from North American slavery.
Educational resources for teachers, students, and families related to the New Orleans City Council Street Renaming Commission.
A place-based storytelling app revisiting popular and forgotten local historical moments based on original archival research by students, scholars, and community members.
The Midlo Center supported the performance ensemble Goat in the Road to create an immersive digital experience exploring the 1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic.
A crowd-sourced digital archive, initiated by scholars at Arizona State University, documenting the impacts of Covid-19 worldwide.
A history podcast about New Orleans exploring lost and neglected stories, delving deeper into the familiar, and questioning what we think we know about the city’s history.
A crowdsourced collection of stories, reflections, and images that illuminate this history of migration and immigration made in partnership with the Tenement Museum.
Digitization of Wavelength New Orleans Music Magazine, a publication dedicated to unheralded New Orleans musicians who influenced American music.