The Black Atlantic online Resource

Dear all,
I am happy to present to you an exciting new scholarly platform online:
The Black Atlantic Resource:
http://www.liv.ac.uk/csis/blackatlantic
http://blackatlanticresource.wordpress.com/
Follow us on Twitter: @blackatlantic1

This exciting new resource is a collaborative project between the
University of Liverpool and Tate Liverpool originally constructed on the
occasion of Tate Liverpool's exhibition "Afro Modern: Journeys through
the Black Atlantic".
This resource seeks to promote the study of black Atlantic cultures by
providing a hub for access to current research, debates and online
materials and a space for scholarly exchange.

The Black Atlantic Resource provides free access to current research,
artworks, chronological and bibliographic information in this area. We
are happy to publish posts about new publications in relevant fields of
study, as well as book reviews, and information about other online
resources. If you would like to contribute your research or take
advantage of this opportunity to publicise please contact Wendy Asquith:
w.j.asquithliv.ac.uk<mailto:w.j.asquithliv.ac.uk>

We also provide information on key historical and current figures
working within the flows of the Black Atlantic.

Check out our recent profiles on Marcus Garvey:
http://www.liv.ac.uk/csis/blackatlantic/information/people%20D-J/Marcus_Garvey.htm
and Renee Cox:
http://blackatlanticresource.wordpress.com/2010/08/14/renee-cox-if-you-dont-ask-you-dont-get-then-you-get-kicked-to-the-curb/

There are a number of platforms through which to access the Black
Atlantic Resource. Our main site which is updated with new content
regularly: http://www.liv.ac.uk/csis/blackatlantic

Alternatively you can subscribe to our blog and receive updates each
time we post up new material here:
http://blackatlanticresource.wordpress.com/

Or you can follow us on Twitter, where we'll keep you updated with new
online research, resources and debates as well as updates on our own new
material. Find us: @blackatlantic1.

We look forward to your visit!
Wendy Asquith

Reference:
WWW: The Black Atlantic online Resource. In: ArtHist.net, Mar 10, 2011 (accessed Feb 19, 2020), <https://arthist.net/archive/1050>.

Contributor: Wendy Asquith, University of Liverpool

Contribution published: Mar 10, 2011

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