Jennifer Hart is an Assistant Professor of History in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at Wayne State University. Her research covers the everyday lived experiences of Africans, and the varied ways the mundane of everyday life intersects with 20th century liberal ideals. She also is currently developing several Digital Humanities components of projects concerning Accra, Ghana, including public transportation and a late- to post-colonial social and cultural history. Follow her and her projects on Twitter at @DetroittoAccra and @accramobile.
Amanda Gantchev is a graduate student in the Wayne State University School of Library and Information Science.
Nathan Kelber [Facilitator] is the Manager of Digital Projects at the Detroit Historical Society. He is currently working on a project to digitize Detroit’s city video collection. Follow @nkelber on Twitter.