Henry Morton Stanley, New Orleans, and the Contested Origins of an African Explorer: Public History and Teaching Perspectives
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New Orleans and the Wider World This New Orleans-themed experimental session, a hybrid panel, roundtable, film screening, and teaching session, examines the famed African explorer Henry Morton Stanley s controversial 1859 sojourn in the Crescent City. In addition to scholarly presentations, the session will feature the results of a multi-year, multimedia public history research project at the University of New Orleans, involving collaboration between faculty and graduate/undergraduate students. A roundtable will introduce a documentary film segment and internet/digital resources. Audience members who pre-register (Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org) may accompany the panel on a subsequent carriage tour of Stanley-related sites.
CitationLeduc-Grimaldi, M. (2013). Henry Morton Stanley, New Orleans, and the Contested Origins of an African Explorer: Public History and Teaching Perspectives. , The Public Practice of History in and for a Digital Age/Annual Meeting of the American Historian Association,