Hannibal Square in the Suburban Erasure

I had a great opportunity to speak about my research at Monmouth University. This was a great chance to engage with scholars that are concerned about property and race. I frame my work as generative digital scholarship that supports the recovery of black community narratives. This presentation put that assertion to the test on a panel with Mary Corbin Sies, a guiding light planning history. It was a great event and I'm starting to think about how I can build on it.