T. DeWayne Moore

About T. DeWayne Moore


Dr. DeWayne Moore is an Assistant Professor of U.S. and Public History at PVAMU. He holds a master’s degree in museum and archival administration from Middle Tennessee State University, where he worked as a digital media strategist at the Center for Popular Music, the Albert Gore Sr. Archives, and the James Walker Library. DeWayne also earned his Ph.D. in African American history at the University of Mississippi, where he worked as an archival research specialist for the Blues Archive and the Burns Belfry African American History Museum. He has published peer-reviewed articles in the Association for Recorded Sound Collections Journal, The Public Historian, and UNC-Chapel Hill’s Southern Cultures journal, and he has directed master’s theses of graduate students, organized undergraduate and community-engaged research projects, and curated digital exhibitions in Wordpress, ContentDM, and Omeka. DeWayne hopes to make digital humanities the cornerstone of a new public history program—one that is grounded in ethical and responsible practices and aims squarely at diversifying the field.

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