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Nik Ribianszky is lecturer of History at Queen’s University Belfast. She has been researching free Black people in Natchez since she was an MA student at Michigan State University, beginning in 1996. In addition to her book Generations of Freedom: Gender, Movement, and Violence in Natchez, 1779-1865, she has  published articles on the topic in the Journal of Social History, the Journal of Mississippi History, and The African American National Biography. She works with Enslaved: Peoples of the Historical Slave Trade out of Matrix: Center for Digital Humanities & Social Sciences at Michigan State University and is a partner with them on a recent grant through the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Her next project is on the Black and Irish diaspora.
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Pearce Magee:  PhD. student at Queen’s University Belfast, funded by the Northern Irish Department for the Economy.  His research is focused on the many attempts during the early to mid-20th century to achieve the passage of a federal anti-lynching law in the United States. Magee was the primary architect of the website. link

MA in Public History Interns at QUB:
Eleanor (Ellie) Olbinski
Hollie Chambers
Orin McIvor
Jacqueline Galyon
Amy Kearney