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"AMST 272 students benefited from podcast training and individual assistance from Nikoo Yahyazadeh, and they used software installed on computers in the Picchi Multimedia Room to edit their podcasts."
Adam Rothman is a professor in the History Department. Professor Rothman is an expert in the history of the United States from the Revolution to the Civil War, and in the history of slavery and abolition in the Atlantic world. He was a member of Georgetown's Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation, and is the principal curator of the Georgetown Slavery Archive.
For Facing Georgetown's History (AMST-272), students were tasked with producing a 10-15 minute podcast for their final project that was inspired by Georgetown's Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation initiative.