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Many thanks to all of the distinguished guests featured on our series, unless otherwise noted interviewees are affiliated with the University of Virginia.

  • Melody Barnes, Vice Chair of the Board of Monticello, Professor of Practice in Public Affairs, and Co-Director of UVA’s Democracy Initiative
  • Niya Bates, Public Historian of African-American Life and Culture at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
  • Ian Baucom, Dean of the College & Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
  • Mia Bay, Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Chair in American History at the University of Pennsylvania
  • Dennis Childs, Associate Professor of English at the University of California, San Diego
  • Sonya Clark, Artist and Distinguished Research Fellow in the School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Kyle Dargan, Associate Professor in the Department of English Literature at American University
  • Marlene Daut, Associate Director of the Carter G. Woodson Institute and Associate Professor of African-American and African Studies
  • Robert Fatton, Jr., Julia A. Cooper Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs in the Department of Politics
  • Noelle Hurd, Scully Family Discovery Associate Professor of Psychology
  • Deborah McDowell, Director of the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African American and African Studies and Alice Griffin Professor of English Literature
  • John O’Brien, Professor of English Literature
  • Kwame Otu, Assistant Professor of African-American and African Studies
  • Brad Pasanek, Associate Professor of English Literature
  • David Thorsen, Tour guide at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
  • Mabel O. Wilson, Professor of Architecture, a co-director of Global Africa Lab (GAL) and the Associate Director at the Institute for Research in African American Studies at Columbia University
  • Lisa Woolfork, Associate Professor of English Literature

Below we provide the full version of each interview that went into the creation of “Notes on the State.” [Please note: the archiving process is still underway, this page will be updated as work is completed. Additionally, not all interviewees will be represented below, given that some interviewees opted out of archiving the full interview on our project website.]

Melody Barnes Transcript (featured in “Query 2: Coming to Terms with Sally Hemings”)

Niya Bates, Indexed Transcript (Featured in “Query 1: The Difference Jefferson Makes” and “Query 2: Coming to Terms with Sally Hemings”)

Ian Baucom Transcript, Dean of the College & Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Mia Bay Transcript, (Featured on “Query 2: Coming to Terms with Sally Hemings”)

Dennis Childs Transcript, (To feature on forthcoming episode: Thomas Jefferson at the Birth of the Prison)

Sonya Clark, Artist and Distinguished Research Fellow in the School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University

Kyle Dargan, Associate Professor in the Department of English Literature at American University

Marlene Daut, (Featured on “Query 2: Coming to Terms with Sally Hemings” and forthcoming episode on Thomas Jefferson and Haiti)

Robert Fatton, Jr. Transcript, (Featured on “Query 2: Coming to Terms with Sally Hemings” and forthcoming episode on Thomas Jefferson and Haiti)

Noelle Hurd Transcript, (To feature in forthcoming episode about Thomas Jefferson and monuments)

David Thorsen Transcript, Tour guide at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello walking the Notes on the State research team through “the Hemings Family Tour” of Monticello

John O’Brien and Brad Pasanek, Indexed Transcript (with audio) (Featured in Query 1: The Difference Jefferson Makes)

Mabel O. Wilson Indexed Transcript (To feature in forthcoming episode: Thomas Jefferson at the Birth of the Prison)

Lisa Woolfork, Indexed Transcript (Featured in “Query 2: Coming to Terms with Sally Hemings”)