FHI-NCCU Digital Humanities Fellowship | The African Presence in the English Archives

FHI-NCCU Digital Humanities Fellowship | The African Presence in the English Archives

Dr. Tony A. Frazier is Assistant Professor of History at NCCU. For his fellowship project, he designed a new course in Digital Humanities and led his students in an exploration of the travels and life stories of 18th and 19th-century African writers in the Atlantic World. He gave a “lightning talk” on the experience of learning with his students in a presentation at the Digital Humanities Nuts and Bolts conference at the National Humanities Center in October, 2018. Prof. Frazier's research interests include the African Presence in Europe, Atlantic slavery and emancipation, and the social and legal history of blacks in Great Britain. He teaches early modern European history, modern European History, African American history, and the African Diaspora.