Digital Scholarship Fellows Program Supports the “Just Futures New London” Oral History Project

We are excited to announce that Assistant Professor of Psychology Nakia Hamlett and Professor of Psychology Jefferson Singer joined the Digital Scholarship Fellows program this semester to continue work on their Just Futures New London project. The three-year project is part of the multi-institutional Crafting Democratic Futures: Situating Colleges and Universities in Community-based Reparations Solutions (University of Michigan) grant project, which is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Just Futures Initiative. Hamlett and Singer’s project team includes partners in the library, including the Digital Scholarship & Curriculum Center and Linda Lear Special Collections Librarian Jenifer Ishee, as well as students at New London High School and Connecticut College, and many community partners in New London.