The James Farmer at Mary Washington College (Oral Histories) site was a 2020 project that conducted oral histories with some of his former students. This project also transcribed/captioned recordings of Dr. Farmer’s lectures and collected some of his classroom materials. This site features three main topics: James Farmer’s legacy, a timeline of his time at […]
The ultimate goal of this project was to restore, refresh, and rescue past projects of the Adventures in Digital History class while making them more accessible. From the onset of this project we were told it was highly ambitious while being the first of its kind. We were excited to take on the challenge and […]
A Spring 2022 project by students in the Adventures in Digital History Class, entitled “The Renaming of James Farmer Hall”. This project concept was chosen because of Dr. James Farmer’s legacy as a part of the University of Mary Washington. This project was put onto a new website to inform people about the history of […]
The current sites and projects on notable Civil Rights activist and former UMW professor James Farmer are split into two categories: biographical and archives of his lectures at the university. The James Farmer website is a biographical site dedicated to resources on the life and contributions of Farmer. We are currently in the process of […]
James Farmer Lectures provides a digital archive of Dr. Farmer’s 13 Reflection Lectures where he reflects on his time in the Civil Rights movement. This site also allows viewers and listeners to download audio files of Dr. Farmer’s lectures. This site was one that we were unable to restore due to time restraints and a lack […]
The James Farmer website is a biographical site dedicated to resources including photographs, videos, quotes, and resources for more information on the life and contributions of Dr. James Farmer. This site was one that we were unable to restore due to time restraints and a lack of technical knowledge. To read about our “work in progress” […]
This timeline of Dr. James Farmer’s life and service is part of the James Farmer Project website. This site was one that we were unable to restore due to time restraints and a lack of technical knowledge. To read about our “work in progress” sites and our broken sites, click here.