Hosted by Maine Maritime Museum

February 9, 2022 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm

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About the speaker

Seth Goldstein, M.A. is Education Coordinator for Atlantic Black Box. He grew up on Cape Cod, where he developed his passion for maritime history. Seth received his B.A. from the University of California at Santa Cruz and his master’s in World History from Northeastern University. His research interests include the historic North Atlantic fishery, global piracy, New England shipwrecks and lighthouses, the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the Vietnam War era counter culture. Seth has worked with Greater Portland Landmarks and The Portland Harbor Museum. He taught at the University of New England and at Southern Maine Community College before landing his current position at The Maine College of Art. He also provides guided historic walking tours of Portland’s Old Port neighborhood through his tour business Maine Street Tours. Seth sits on the board of the South Portland Historical Society and lives in South Portland with his wife and two daughters.

3 thoughts on “Event | Maine and the Economics of Enslavement with ABB’s Seth Goldstein on 2/9/22

  1. Hi All, I just registered for this event, which was called a “virtual lecture.” but when the ticket arrived in my inbox from eventbrite, it did not include any kind of Zoom link. How do I log on tonight?

    1. Hi Jane! This is not an ABB event, we were just promoting an event hosted by Maine Maritime Museum that happens to feature ABB Education Coordinator Seth Goldstein. You’ll want to contact MMM. Enjoy!

    2. Hi Jane!

      Our apologies for not seeing this yesterday but if you missed the lecture, we will be making the recording available. Please let us know at info@maritimeme.org if you would like to receive the link once it’s live.

      Thank you!

      -Maine Maritime Museum

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