Archaeology course unlocks “silent history” of the slave trade in West Africa

(via ArchaeoBlog via UCSC News): Taught by assistant professor of anthropology J. Cameron Monroe, the class opened a door that led Baker-Rabe to West Africa, where she spent seven weeks this past summer as part of UCSC's first undergraduate archaeological expedition to Benin. Under Monroe's leadership, Baker-Rabe and seven other undergraduates spent nearly two months unearthing … Continue reading Archaeology course unlocks “silent history” of the slave trade in West Africa