Dr. Michael Crowder

Public Historian, Institute for Thomas Paine Studies

Michael Crowder earned a Ph.D. in the History Department at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. His project, “Human Capital: The Moral and Political Economy of Northeastern Abolitionism, 1763-1833,” examines the relationships between the rapid growth of abolitionism and capitalism in the Era of the American Revolution. He has also written essays about the African colonization movement and American participation in the slave trade, as well as articles about American football for rollingstone.com. In addition to serving as an archival fellow, he teaches American History at Queens College, CUNY. Follow him on twitter @manthonycrowder.

Feb. 4, 2021

194. Building Digital History Projects at the Washington Library with…

One of the most important things we’re able to do at the Center for Digital History is offer internships to college students. Wor…

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