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Bringing Indigenous & Minority Immigrant Histories to the Curriculum

Page last updated by Dominic_1 Bygate on 18/07/2018

White voices too often dominate History. Collaborating
with tutors, fifty students have challenged that narrative,
building sustainable digital archives containing important
Indigenous and migrant perspectives. With new cohorts
of student collaborators set to expand the digital
collections each year, new voices are here to stay in the
UH History curriculum