Lentz, Springate, Deetz and Swanson on Slavery, Memory and the Material of African-American History

The following articles appear in June 2010 issue of the African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter:

Obscuring the Inequalities of Slavery:

Identifying Differential Access to Ceramics at Monticello
by Kari Lentz

The Sexton’s House Has a Ritual Concealment:
Late 19th-Century Negotiations of Double Consciousness
at a Black Family Home in Sussex County, New Jersey
by Megan E. Springate

Diggin’ Uncle Ben and Aunt Jemima:
Battling Myth through Archaeology
by Kelley Deetz

The Loss of the Slave Ship
Fly at the Florida Keys in 1789
by Gail Swanson

Read in full here.

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