Nouvelles du projet

Site launch
2010, 9 February : Official web site launch - Sherbrooke.
Part of a workshop on race and slavery in the French Atlantic World
2009, 17 October : Official web site launch - Montréal.
Part of the joint colloquia of the French Atlantic History Group and of the Institut d'Histoire de l'Amérique Française
Updates
2012, July : Content update
Bibliography and iconography online
2012, July-August : Content update
Correction of transcriptions, 1766-1777
2011, September : Prison lists
Added prison lists, 1766-1773
2011, July : Prison lists
Added prison lists, 1787-1791
2011, July : Teaching module preparation
Adjustments to the site programming aiming at facilitating the integration of the teaching module
2011, June-July : Bibliography
Developpement of a new bibliography management tool
2010, November-December : Translation into English
Translation of web site except for database content
2010, November-December : Technical update
Integrated statistical information
2010, November-December : Design update
New project title
Adapted graphic design
2010, May-December : Content update
Added advertisement images, 1767-1775, 1777-1785, 1787-1791
Added transcriptions, 1767-1775, 1777-1785, 1787-1791
Added name and sex of all slaves, 1767-1775, 1777-1785, 1787-1791
2009, 9 December : Technical update
Integrated new graphic elements.
Added two search criteria.
 
2009, November-December : Content update
Revision of transcriptions
Standardisation of data entries
Presentations and demonstrations
2010, 9 December : Paris
Presentation during the biennal conference of the « European Early American Studies Association ».
2010, 23 January : Toronto
Presentation during the « Endangered Archives » workshop, Harriet Tubman Institute.
2009, 14 December : Port-au-Prince
Presentation during the Université d'hivernage de l'Institut virtuel des hautes études sur les esclavages et les traites (IVHEET).
2009, 18 December : Paris
Presentation to various current and prospective partners : Archives nationales, Anneaux de la mémoire, UNESCO.