28th Congress of the International Association for Caribbean Archaeology
Last week, many of the NEXUS1492 team attended the 28th Congress of the International Association for Caribbean Archaeology in Barbados.
Fieldschool 2019: Colonial Mobilities in the Andes
This summer, Dr. Noa Corcoran-Tadd and four undergraduates from Leiden’s Faculty of Archaeology have been conducting the Colonial Mobilities in the Andes 2019 archaeological survey in southern Peru. Working in conjunction with a project led by Dr. Sarah Baitzel (Washington University in St Louis), Arturo Rivera and Bárbara Carbajal, the Leiden team explored a landscape that connected productive coastal valleys with highland and altiplano centers during both the late prehispanic and postconquest periods. Following several weeks of work in the field, the Leiden students (Ewout van der Meulen, Jasper Oolders, Louise van Schaik, and Victoria Davies) put together the following post on what they had seen so far:
Late Precolonial Culinary Practices: Starch Analysis on Griddles from the Northern Caribbean
On the 11th of July this new article by Andy Ciofalo, Peter Sinelli, and Corinne Hofman was published online in the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. Read the abstract below!
Fieldschool 2019: El Carril so far..
The fieldschool at the site of El Carril in the northern Dominican Republic is halfway through the campaign!
El Retumbar del Caribe Indígena. Las Raíces de América.
Did you know that NEXUS1492 also produced a documentary? It was filmed and edited by Pablo Lozano and focuses on indigenous traditions present throughout the Caribbean islands today.
Lecture in honour of the temporary exhibition Trésors de l'art Taïno at Mémorial ACTe, Guadeloupe
On the 16th of May, Prof. dr. Corinne Hofman gave a talk at the Mémorial ACTe in Guadeloupe, in the context of the temporary exhibition "Trésors de l'art Taïno".
Early Settlers of the Insular Caribbean: Dearchaizing the Archaic
Out Now! This volume, edited by Corinne L. Hofman and Andrzej T. Antzcak, offers a comprehensive coverage of the most recent advances in interdisciplinary research on the early human settling of the Caribbean islands.
Vibrant Pasts in Museum Drawers
A new article from the NEXUS-team! Andrzej Antczak, Ma Magdalena Antczak, and Catarina Guzzo Falci recently published a new article in the Museum History Journal.
Building Caribbean Ties!
This week, on the 4th of May, the first Caribbean Ties exhibition will open in the Centro Cultural Eduardo León Jimenes in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic!
Caribbean Ties, connected people then and now - opening schedule
Announcing the international opening of Caribbean Ties, connected people then and now. This exhibition will open soon in 12 countries across the Caribbean and Europe. Find the schedule for the opening below! For more information about individual events, contact the local hosts.
We hope to welcome you at one of our openings!