Mapping the African American Past is the product of a grant from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation.
The site was produced by the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) in partnership with Columbia University's Teachers College and Creative Curriculum Initiatives (CCI).
Margaret Crocco, Professor of Social Studies and Education, Teachers College
William Gaudelli III, Associate Professor of Social Studies and Education, Teachers College
Ken Jackson, Jacques Barzun Professor in History and the Social Sciences
Kellie Jones, Associate Professor of Art History and Archaeology
Producer: Mark Phillipson
Project Manager: John Frankfurt
Lead Developer: Jonah Bossewitch
Developer: Schuyler Duveen
Lead Interface Designer: Elizabeth Day
Interface Designer: Marc Raymond
Video Production Lead: Stephanie Ogden
Video Production: Michael R. Deleon
Podcast Production and Flash Development: Brian O'Hagan
Content Developer: Edward Sammons
Grants Officer: Elizabeth Manning
Quality Assurance: Briana Ferrigno and Maria Janelli
Associate Producer: Ryan Kelsey
Executive Producers: Frank Moretti and Maurice Matiz
Executive Content Producer: Reggie Powe
Content Manager: Helen Breen
Content Developer: Elspeth Leacock
Lesson Supervisors: Margaret Croco, Professor of Social Studies and William Gaudelli, Associate Professor of Social Studies and Education, Teachers College
Lesson Coordinators: David Glasner and Chris Zublionis
Lesson Authors: Danielle Chatman, Laura Horwitz, Pete Lapre, Ellen Livingstone
Elementary School Adaptation: Della Brooks, Isaac Brooks
Christopher Matthews, Executive Director
Jenna Wallace Coplin, Director of Research and Outreach
Allison Manfra McGovern, Content Developer
Geri Solomon, Long Island Studies Institute, Consultant
Lynda Day, Associate Professor, Africana Studies, Brooklyn College, Consultant
Thelma Jackson-Abidally, Friends of the Booker T. Washington House, Consultant
Molly Grant Kallins
Maps and photo content provided by the Columbia University Libraries, Creative Curriculum Initiatives, the New York Public Library, and the David Rumsey Map Collection.
Interviews with Manning Marable and Robert O'Meally for MAAP were taken from Columbia Celebrates Harlem History.
Photos credits from these two interviews include:
"Apartment to Let" Sign in Harlem, c.1910-15. - Brown Brothers, Pa.
St.Philips Episcopal Chruch, - Brown Brothers, Pa.
Billie Holiday, 1949. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.
Religious Revival Meeting, c.1915. - Brown Brothers, Pa.
Lincoln Theatre, Harlem, c.1915-20. - Brown Brothers, Pa.
Duke Ellington, 1943. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.
Interior of Harlem church. - Brown Brothers, Pa.
Roland Hayes, tenor, c.1920. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The
New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation.
St. Martin's Episcopal Church. Richard Cunnigham.
Abyssinian Baptist Church. Richard Cunnigham.
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