The Antislavery Early Research Association brings together postgraduate students and early career researchers studying slavery and antislavery from across a range of disciplines working around the globe. The network provides opportunities to debate current topics in the field, to create research and learning networks, and to provide a supportive environment in which researchers can establish valuable contacts for the future.
Members of Antislavery ERA come from all around the globe, united by a shared field of research and a desire to move the subject into new and innovative places. Here, you can see the profiles of a range of our researchers and learn about their work.
Dr Hannah-Rose Murray considers how the digital humanities, and their application to historical abolitionism, can contribute to antislavery research.
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