public humanities

A group of five people standing close together on a street with trees on either side of them.

Rethinking collaborative public humanities research in New Orleans and Baltimore

The success of taco trucks and Soul Food pop-ups in post-Katrina New Orleans has raised complex questions about food truck regulation, worker rights, immigration issues, and local vs. tourist experiences that often pit these communities against each other. UMBC’s Sarah Fouts and local organizers Toya Ex Lewis and Fernando López are implementing Project Neutral Grounds to share these vendors’ experiences and histories.

Meaningful Representation

Minner hopes the creation of an archive at UMBC will encourage more members of the Lumbee Tribe to dig into their past, while also finding pride in their present.

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