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New Course on Hamilton and Black Resistance Across the Atlantic World– Coming Spring 2018 New Course on Hamilton and Black Resistance Across the Atlantic World– Coming Spring 2018

  My colleague, Dr. Kristen Oertel and I are excited to offer this new course at the University of Tulsa entitled, “The Roots of Hamilton: Relics of Resistance Across the

New Publication on St. Croix Archaeology Just Released New Publication on St. Croix Archaeology Just Released

Check out my new publication in the Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage  “In Service to a Danish King: Comparing the Material Culture of Royal Enslaved Afro-Caribbeans and Danish

Days 3 & 4 of Archaeology Days at Humane Inclusion Camp Days 3 & 4 of Archaeology Days at Humane Inclusion Camp

Day 3 of Archaeology Days in St. Croix the campers experienced a pedestrian survey within the Little Princess Estate, a sugar plantation established on the island in 1749. The estate

Day 1 of Archaeology Days at the Earthangle Humane Inclusion Camp Day 1 of Archaeology Days at the Earthangle Humane Inclusion Camp

Today was the first day of an 8-day series of archaeology workshops I have the pleasure of leading as part of  the Earthangle Humane Inclusion Camp. In this first session

Upcoming Public Archaeology Initiatives in St. Croix Upcoming Public Archaeology Initiatives in St. Croix

Archaeology Days During the Humane Inclusion Summer Camp Experience July 11-22, 2016  12:30-1:30pm  Tomorrow starts the first day of the annual Earthangle Humane Inclusion Summer Camp Experience with students in

When the Smithsonian NMAAHC Visits Tulsa, OK When the Smithsonian NMAAHC Visits Tulsa, OK

Today I had the pleasure of attending the opening session of the 7th Annual Symposium on Reconciliation by the John Hope Franklin Center. The opening session started with a spoken word

Reflecting on the Faculty Fellow Experience: Last days at Augustana College Reflecting on the Faculty Fellow Experience: Last days at Augustana College

   It’s the last few days of Spring term and my time as the Diversity Faculty Fellow in the department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Welfare here at Augustana College is

1st African Diaspora Mock Dig in Augustana’s History Gains Major Attention 1st African Diaspora Mock Dig in Augustana’s History Gains Major Attention

Today marked the first time in Augustana history that students conducted a mock archaeological excavation as part of Augustana’s Spring Symposium called the Celebration of Learning. During this symposium event

Interactive Archaeological Excavation Experience, Connecting Students in the Virgin Islands and Illinois Interactive Archaeological Excavation Experience, Connecting Students in the Virgin Islands and Illinois

As an extension of the EARTHANGLE program Archaeology Days at Salt River Bay, we are excited to be able to host an interactive archaeological excavation experience for high school and college