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AHA Initiatives & Projects, Publishing, Research & Publications


African American, Economic, Labor, Slavery, Social, Visual Culture, Women, Gender, & Sexuality



Episode Description

AHR editor Mark Bradley talks with historian Diana Paton about her article “Gender History, Global History, and Atlantic Slavery: On Racial Capitalism and Social Reproduction.” Then, a conversation with Pure+Applied designers Paul Carlos and Urshula Barbour about the AHR’s first major redesign in over 50 years.

Show Notes

In this Episode

Diana Paton (William Robertson Professor of History at the University of Edinburgh)

Paul Carlos (Pure+Applied)

Urshula Barbour (Pure+Applied)

Mark Bradley (AHR editor and Bernadotte E. Schmitt Distinguished Service Professor of International History and the College at the University of Chicago)

Daniel Story (host and producer, digital scholarship librarian at University of California, Santa Cruz)


By Blue Dot Sessions


“Kvelden Trapp”

“Lick Stick”

“ZigZag Heart”




Produced by Daniel Story

Audio engineering assistance by Myles Rider-Alexis

Transcription support by Syrus Jin