Erin Shearer is a PhD researcher at the University of Reading and the University of Cardiff, funded by the AHRC South West & Wales Doctoral Training Partnership. Her research focuses on enslaved women’s violence as a form of resistance in the antebellum United States South, highlighting in particular the need to challenge outdated perceptions surrounding female dissidence on slaveholding sites.

Review: ‘Teaching Histories of Race in America to UK Undergraduates: A Review Panel’, Rothermere American Institute (Online)

Conference Review: ‘Teaching Histories of Race in America to UK Undergraduates: A Review Panel’, Rothermere American Institute (RAI) Webinar, 22nd October 2020. Chaired by the University of Oxford’s Research Fellow, Sonia Tycko, ‘Teaching Histories of Race in America to UK Undergraduates’ hosted virtually by the Oxford Rothermere American Institute (RAI)… Continue reading