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Matt Randolph

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Personal bio
Matthew A. Randolph is a third-year PhD candidate in History at Stanford University in the Transnational, International, and Global (TIG) field. Matthew works at the crossroads of U.S., Latin American, and Caribbean history. Specifically, he studies the history of race, ethnicity, migration, and travel in the Americas. He is drawn to solidarities forged between African-Americans from the U.S. and other people of African descent in the Atlantic World. His current research project traces the global dimensions of Frederick Douglass's thought and politics, especially his travels and diplomacy in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Matthew hopes his research encourages all scholars to appreciate the past, present, and future of the African diaspora. Outside of academia, he is passionate about public history, community-building, and social justice in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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