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(Lincoln University, Bachelor of Science: Anthropology and Sociology, 2018
Morgan State University, Master of Arts: Museum Studies and Historical Preservation, 2020
My research interests are rooted in the intersections of social history and public history. My research focuses on Black placemaking/community building in the 19th century with a particular interest in the development of 19th century free Black communities in the Mid-Atlantic region. I also have interests in public history initiatives, the preservation of historic sites linked to traditionally marginalized communities, and the study and interpretation of the Black experience within cultural landscapes and historic sites.
Dr. Dael Norwood
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