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Weeks before her death, the former medical practitioner was referred by her GP to see a psychiatrist and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust send her a self referral letter.

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Before her death, Anna was director of charity the Boaz Project at her home.

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Thomas III, co producer and lead scholar for Ann[a] and Professor of History at UNL; and Michael Burton, co producer and lead animator of Ann[a] and assistant professor of practice in the Department of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion design at UNL. Thomas III, co producer and lead scholar for Ann[a] and Professor of History at UNL; and Michael Burton, co producer and lead animator of Ann[a] and assistant professor of practice in the Department of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion design at UNL. Starting with Ann Williams’ story, they hope to produce and market more films and animations around historical cold cases.

The story of Ann[a] Williams is one of survival.

“She was known in literature by the name of Anna, her enslaved name,” said William G. Thomas III, co producer and lead scholar for Ann[a] and Professor of History at UNL. “For 200 years her name has been forgotten and changed by the public. history has been highlighted by anti slavery reformers and abolitionists, yet they didn’t bother to talk about her name, her story, and what happened to her.”

SPN: Why did you pick the combination of rotoscoping, keyframing, 2D and 3D animation?

KD: We want to give it more ground, and expand the way we look at the subject matter. What we mostly know about slavery comes from mainstream Hollywood. These stories are told in specific ways, focusing on particular things that happened.

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WGT: We also wanted to bring in the imaginative and the symbolic elements of the story. The medium that we’re using takes the audience away from hyperrealism. I think there is tremendous interest in the subject, and we are linking that with animation in order to open it up to more audiences.

MB: We’re combining a variety of animation mediums and techniques and we kind of want it to look like the original etching of Ann[a]. We want to bring more people into the story by catching their eye at first.

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You can access the database of the research here via The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities archive.

I have been working on these cases to write a book about the families. The story of Ann came out of this research. At first we didn’t know who Ann Williams was, but it became clear after looking at things like affidavits and receipts of payment who she was.

Alexander Rider, “But I did not want to go” from Torrey, A Portraiture of Domestic Slavery (43) Stanford Special Collections.

For example, this receipt shows that a man named George Miller paid $5 for Ann. The price of an enslaved woman or man was around $180 or $200. The date and the price, as well as the purchaser’s name, tell us that this is the woman that jumped out of the window at Miller’s F St. tavern in 1815 and broke her back and arms. We are able to put those pieces together like a historical cold case, and this entirely different proposition came forward for who Ann was and why she jumped out of the window.

Receipt for the purchase of Ann[a] Williams. Photo courtesy of The Center for Digital Research Humanities archive.

SPN: Do you think this collaboration is an innovative way to tell stories?

KD: I think technology is changing the way children learn in the classroom.

WGT: We are giving them these raw materials of the past so that a young student can hold things like a receipt of payment for a slave in their hand and consider what it really means. It’s called historical thinking, it’s already happening in colleges, and I think it’s going to move its way through the K 12 curriculum within the next five to ten years. These tools and windows to the past are not only going to be necessary, but highly valued as well.

KD: That’s what makes this project personal for the audience. Now I can ask my students what it feels like when there is a piece of paper that says you are no longer an enslaved person. That is something to fathom and interpret.

SPN: Where do you want to see this project go?

MB: This is our beta of a collaboration that we want to keep going. We want to submit this to film festivals and make it available for many people to watch. I’ve done this with my other animations but now we are trying to bigger as a collaborative group. Firespring is helping us market the project. Best case scenario, we would love to have this be a short film that plays before a movie at the theater. We want to aim really high.

SPN: Why is this project so important to you and how are you adding to the project with your individual skills?

KD: I read the research over and over until I found the kernel that I needed. I also drew from my own emotional and psychological repository as to what I do to get myself through certain situations. It’s in the interior. It’s what you say to yourself that keeps you going. When I found the love story between a mother and a daughter, I thought about what stories the mother can pass down to her daughter.

I am a southerner through and through. I’m from South Carolina. I was able to pour the flesh over the skeleton too by adding how my mother, grandmother and aunts interacted with me and how I saw other mothers interact with their children, etc. I’m talking what they told me to get through life and adding that to the story. It means a lot to me because people survived enslavement. Others didn’t, some didn’t make it. But answering how the others made it means a lot to me and interests me. Chaos happens, trauma happens,
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“I ridiculed the idea,” says Ursula, an ecologist and expert on animal behaviour at the University of Technology, Sydney. “A built in magnetic compass makes sense in migratory birds, which must find their way across huge distances. But chickens? They don’t move far; why would they need it?”

Since the 1960s, scientists have confirmed that more than 20 migratory species of bird use the Earth’s magnetic field to help them find their way. In the early 2000s, Ursula herself found that the tiny Tasmanian silvereye navigates magnetically during its annual migrations up the Australian coast.

It seemed that species that took part in long haul travel were uniquely equipped for this task. Which was why, in 2004, Ursula was dismissive when Dr Raf Freire, then at the University of New England, NSW, suggested testing chickens to see if they too had the knack. Nevertheless, she agreed to collaborate with Raf on a series of experiments using young chickens.

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One of the first people to suggest that inanimate objects could exert a force on living creatures was Franz Mesmer, an 18th century Austrian physician, although his theory of ‘animal magnetism’ soon fell out of favour.

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Raf, who now lectures in animal behaviour at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga, NSW, says this makes it an exciting field to be working in. “A lot of important discoveries are happening very quickly,” he says. “You can feel the race to try and nail down what the mechanisms are.”

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Many bird species have tiny bundles of these minerals in the upper beak region, and Raf has found that anaesthetising the nerves in this region impairs a bird’s capacity to sense a magnetic field. Different geographic features and zones have differing magnetic intensities.

As a bird flies over them during a migration, its magnetometer may detect these anomalies and enable it to compile a mental map of magnetic signposts for future use.

The second mechanism, the compass, may indicate direction. But unlike a conventional compass, it doesn’t distinguish between north and south; it tells the bird only where a pole is and where the equator is.

As Ursula says: “It doesn’t matter whether a bird is in the Southern or Northern hemisphere, in autumn it knows it needs to go equator wards.”

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Here’s how scientists think the avian compass works. The organs for this mechanism are believed to be in the right eye, but perhaps in the left eye also. Research indicates this magneto receptor may be based on pigment proteins in the retina known as cryptochromes.

The Earth’s magnetic field seems to induce a chemical reaction in these proteins when certain light wavelengths (mostly blue) strike the retina. This results in signals being sent from the eye to the brain via the optic nerve. Some scientists believe this may mean a bird can actually see the magnetic field.

The Earth is one vast magnet, with its magnetic poles situated close to the geographic poles. Magnetic field lines extend away from the Earth at the South Magnetic Pole, travel north and plunge back into the planet at the North Magnetic Pole. So at the poles, the lines appear vertical, at the Equator they appear horizontal, and in between they align at varying inclinations.

The precise nature of the chemical reaction in cryptochromes is believed to vary according to the angle of the magnetic field lines their inclination as they pass through the eye. Inclination, therefore, is a strong pointer to direction. Angled lines may indicate that a bird is close to a pole; horizontal lines may mean the bird is at the Equator.

For the moment, what the magnetic field looks like to a bird is anybody’s guess. “The magnetic compass is a side function of the eye, and magnetic information is primarily mediated by the visual system,” Roswitha Wiltschko says. “Yet birds must separate the magnetic from the visual information somehow. How birds perceive this information is impossible to tell.”

Illustrators have tried different techniques to depict what they imagine a bird may see. Some have shaded parts of the visual image in grey. Others have varied the colour intensity, with some parts of the image being brighter than others.

Raf, on the other hand, suggests the information might appear on the image as dots or blotches. Overall, the effect might be like the heads up display projected onto the windscreen of a jet fighter to give the pilot vital information.

There’s a theory that by swinging its head from side to side and thus changing the angle between the magnetic field lines and its eye a bird generates a moving visual impression of the magnetic field. Some migratory birds scan the horizon in just this way before setting out on a long journey.
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