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Caribbean Connections: Cultural Encounters in a New World Setting (CARIB)
What socio-cultural transformations did indigenous communities in the Lesser Antilles undergo from the late precolonial to the early colonial period in response to Amerindian European-African cultural encounters? How did Amerindian populations realign themselves in response to the colonisation…
Houses for the living and the dead
Organisation of settlement space and residence rules among the Taino, the indigenous people of the Caribbean encountered by Columbus
‘Archaeology is quintessentially interdisciplinary'
Professor of Archaeometry Patrick Degryse analyses archaeological finds using techniques from chemistry, physics and biology. He will give his inaugural lecture on 19 February. He reflects on three interesting propositions from his lecture.
2016 Annual Meeting Ceramic Petrology Group