For a list of resources and my publications, click here for the bibliography.
I have designed several teaching resources that can be used in and outside of the classroom. They include extracts from Frederick Douglass’ speeches and some historical background taken from this site. In each resource, teachers can choose from a number of questions, activities, and debates, focusing on the nature of abolition as well as Douglass’ experience in Britain. I have tried to include different activities that encompass a variety of learning styles. The teaching resources can be found on the sidebar. Any queries or comments are most welcome.
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This website started out as a Masters project for Royal Holloway, University of London. It has now snowballed into a PhD with the Department of American and Canadian Studies at the University of Nottingham.
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If you want to use the website in any form, please acknowledge the website as the source of the material. This is an educational, non-commercial project. I have referenced all scholarly work and the writings of Frederick Douglass, and copyright remains exclusively with them. The website and my own ideas are copyright -Hannah Murray 2014. All rights reserved.
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Last updated - 25th September 2015
 Oldfield, J.R., Chords of Freedom – Commemoration, Ritual and British Transatlantic Slavery, (Manchester, 2007), p.149