This digital collection is comprised of audio recordings of seventy-nine folktales recorded by Calvin Claudel in Avoyelles Parish in the 1940s. According to Thomas Klingler, Associate Professor of French, the recordings “are a treasure trove for linguistic studies that give us a rare window onto Louisiana French from over 70 years ago.”
This digital collection, funded by the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation, consists of photographs from the Ronnie Moore papers located at the Amistad Research Center. Moore was the field secretary in the South for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and the executive director of the Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, Inc. (SEDFRE).
Slavery and the U.S. Supreme Court: The Amistad Case is a new collection in Tulane's Digital Library (TUDL) from the Amistad Research Center that documents the remarkable case of the 53 African people who were abducted from West Africa and taken to Cuba, destined for enslavement on Cuban plantations.
The Tulane University Digital Library is pleased to announce the new collection Southern Journey Oral History Collection. This collection of oral histories, completed from 1991 to 1994, contains narratives of 119 individuals describing the activities and people involved in the Civil