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Hunter Moyler

M.A. in Public History

Hunter Moyler graduated from the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia, in May 2019. He double-majored in English literature and Journalism, with minors in Creative Writing and Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies (Spanish). During his undergraduate career, he worked for UR’s Race and Racism Project, helping to chronicle the history of race relations both on the school’s campus and in the city. In the summer of 2019, he had a fellowship with UntoldRVA, and helped with that year’s commemoration of Gabriel’s Rebellion. He has also worked for Newsweek and Bunk History.

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Cohort: 2020

Research Interests: Urban African-American experiences in the 19th century, religion in the 19th century, American Civil War in film, 19th-century journalism American Revolution

Fieldwork Experience: Research fellow for the University of Richmond’s Race and Racism Project, research fellow for UntoldRVA, former content curator for BunkHistory.org

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