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RQ-50882-14
Dolley Madison Digital Edition: A Born-Digital Documentary Edition of Dolley Payne Todd Madison
Holly Shulman, University of Virginia

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Dolley Madison and the Burning of Washington (Book Section)
Title: Dolley Madison and the Burning of Washington
Author: Holly C. Shulman
Abstract: The papers of a symposium held jointly by the White House Historical Association, The United States Capitol Historical Association, and James Madison's Montpelier, to commemorate the War of 1812.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://shop.whitehousehistory.org/america-under-fire-mr-madison-s-war-and-the-burning-of-washington-city
Primary URL Description: White House Historical Association museum shop and website
Access Model: for sale as ebook
Publisher: The White House Historical Association
Book Title: America under Fire: Mr. Madison's War and the Burning of Washington City
ISBN: n/a

Queen of Hearts: Dolley Madison in Popular Culture (Exhibition)
Title: Queen of Hearts: Dolley Madison in Popular Culture
Curator: Meg Kennedy and Holly C. Shulman
Abstract: An exhibit at Montpelier featuring the collection of Dolley Madison ephemera collected by Holly C. Shulman, editor of the Dolley Madison Digital Editon
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.montpelier.org/visit/queen-hearts-exhibit

Creating and Utilizing Digital Editions to Publish the Papers of Southern Women (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Creating and Utilizing Digital Editions to Publish the Papers of Southern Women
Author: Holly C. Shulman
Abstract: A discussion of editing the papers of Dolley Madison in the context of other southern women. This conference paper reviewed the Dolley Madison Digital Edition and discussed the ease with which the reader/user could search and discover materials.
Date: 06/12/2015
Conference Name: Southern Association of Women's HIstorians

Dolley Madison and the British Invasion of Washington, D.C (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Dolley Madison and the British Invasion of Washington, D.C
Author: Holly C. Shulman
Abstract: A presentation, and subsequent published essay, on Dolley Madison and the burning of the White House on August 24, 1814. The argument of the paper was that despite variant versions of the event, Dolley Madison played a critical role.
Date: 9/4/2014
Conference Name: America Under Fire Symposium, White House Historical Society, September 4, 2014.

American First Ladies (Radio/Audio Broadcast or Recording)
Title: American First Ladies
Writer: To Come
Director: Finestripe Productions
Producer: Finestripe Productions
Abstract: Consultation with one of the producers of FInestripe's coming television documentary on First Ladies.
Date: 7/10/2016

The Mere Distinction of Colour: A More Complete American Story (Exhibition)
Title: The Mere Distinction of Colour: A More Complete American Story
Curator: Dr. Elizabeth Chew
Abstract: This provocative, multimedia exhibition, offers visitors the opportunity to hear the stories of those enslaved at Montpelier told by their living descendants, and explore how the legacy of slavery impacts today’s conversations about race, identity, and human rights. Visitors will also see Montpelier’s connection to the national story of slavery – and discover the economic, ideological, and political factors that cemented the institution in the newly-created American nation and Constitution. DMDE Editor-in-Chief Holly Shulman was a consultant and talking head for the exhibit. Associate Editor Amy Larrabee Cotz served as a consultant and was compensated for her time reviewing the panels for this award-winning exhibition.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://www.montpelier.org/learn/6-ways-that-understanding-slavery-will-change-how-you-understand-american-freedom


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