A Public Humanities Lab

Histories and legacies of colonialism, slavery, and genocide

Memory for the Future (M4F) is a year-long "studiolab" based at the Lewis Collaborative in St. Louis. M4F combines the study of interlinked histories and legacies of colonialism, slavery, and genocide with collaborative development of reparative public humanities projects in St. Louis.

Interested? Learn more on this site, follow us on instagram, and get in touch!

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Projects

Our public humanities lab is developing projects in collaboration with M4F partners. Visit our projects page to learn about these as they take shape, and to see some of the initiatives in STL and elsewhere inspiring our work.

Support & organizers

Support is provided by a Redefining Doctoral Education (RDE) Studiolab Grant from the Center for the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis. The M4F Studiolab is co-led by:

Anika
Walke
PhD
Associate Professor of History at WashU
Geoff
Ward
PhD
Professor of African & African-American Studies at WashU
Santiago
Rozo-Sanchez
PhD
RDE/M4F Postdoctoral Fellow

Contact Us

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