CAMPUS NEWS: JANUARY 12, 2023

JUSTICE STUDIES PROGRAM

Award-Winning Historian Max Krochmal Ready To Steer Justice Studies Program Into Next Phase

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Max Krochmal (far right) is the new director for the doctoral justice studies program at UNO. He’s pictured with outgoing program coordinator Steve Mumford (left) and professor Kim Martin Long.

Max Krochmal (far right) is the new director for the doctoral justice studies program at UNO. He’s pictured with outgoing program coordinator Steve Mumford (left) and professor Kim Martin Long.

Whitney Plantation Museum is a historic site and memorial located in Wallace, Louisiana in St. John the Baptist Parish. The museum is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the history of slavery and its legacies and educates the public through tours, exhibits and programming. February 1, 2023
Exhibiting Resistance: Freedom on the Move at Whitney Plantation Museum
University of New Orleans history professor Mary Niall Mitchell, who is director of the   Read more
UNO professor James Roe (white jacket) talks with film students during a color correction class held in one of the upgraded computer finishing suites. Roe was the principal investigator for a state grant that funded upgrades. January 27, 2023
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Freedom on the Move database earns 2023 Digital Humanities Award from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.  UNO history professor Mary Niall Mitchell is a lead historian for the database. January 24, 2023
Freedom on the Move Earns Digital Humanities Award
Freedom on the Move, a digital database with information on people who escaped or attempted to escape enslavement in the United States, has been aw  Read more