Seascape Corridors

Modeling Routes to Connect Communities Across the Caribbean Sea

Emma Ruth Slayton | 2018

There is little evidence of the routes connecting Amerindian communities in the Caribbean prior to and just after 1492. Uncovering possible canoe routes between these communities can help to explain the structure, capabilities, and limitations…



The Social Museum in the Caribbean

Grassroots Heritage Initiatives and Community Engagement

Csilla E. Ariese | 2018

A mosaic is the only image which can do justice to museums in the Caribbean. They are as diverse and plentiful as the many communities which form the cores of their organizations and the hearts…



Landscape, Land-Change & Well-Being in the Lesser Antilles

Case Studies from the coastal villages of St. Kitts and the Kalinago Territory, Dominica

Charlotte Eloise Stancioff | 2018

In the Caribbean region, landscape change is part of the region’s history. The Caribbean exemplifies man-made changes to landscape, beginning with Amerindians, continuing to the importation of exotic species through the colony area, extreme land…



Una Isla, Dos Mundos

Estudio arqueológico sobre el paisaje indígena de Haytí y su transformación al paisaje colonial de La Española (1200-1550)

Eduardo Herrera Malatesta | 2018

Para las poblaciones indígenas la llegada de Colon al Caribe en 1492 significó una transformación y reestructuración de su mundo, incluyendo cambios a niveles culturales, sociales, económicos y políticos. En este trabajo se proponen modelos…



Approvisionner Cayenne sous l’Ancien Régime

Archéologie et histoire des réseaux commerciaux

Catherine Losier | 2016

Cet ouvrage documente le réseau commercial de la Guyane de l’Ancien Régime par l’analyse du mobilier archéologique issu des fouilles de six habitations guyanaises, de même que par l’exploitation des archives de la correspondance officielle…



The indigenous peoples of Trinidad and Tobago from the first settlers until today

Arie Boomert | 2016

This study relates the vicissitudes of the Amerindian peoples who lived or still inhabit the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, from the earliest occupants, ca. 8000 BC, until at present. Using archaeological, ethnohistorical and linguistic…



Saba's first inhabitants

A story of 3300 years of Amerindian occupation prior to European contact (1800 BC - AD 1492)

Corinne L. Hofman & Menno M.L.P Hoogland | 2016

This book tells the story of the indigenous inhabitants of Saba prior to European colonization, based on 30 years of archaeological research conducted by Leiden University in collaboration with the government and people of Saba.…



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Seascape Corridors

Modeling Routes to Connect Communities Across the Caribbean Sea

Emma Ruth Slayton | 2018

There is little evidence of the routes connecting Amerindian communities in the Caribbean prior to and just after 1492. Uncovering possible canoe routes between these communities can help to explain the structure, capabilities, and limitations…



The Social Museum in the Caribbean

Grassroots Heritage Initiatives and Community Engagement

Csilla E. Ariese | 2018

A mosaic is the only image which can do justice to museums in the Caribbean. They are as diverse and plentiful as the many communities which form the cores of their organizations and the hearts…



Landscape, Land-Change & Well-Being in the Lesser Antilles

Case Studies from the coastal villages of St. Kitts and the Kalinago Territory, Dominica

Charlotte Eloise Stancioff | 2018

In the Caribbean region, landscape change is part of the region’s history. The Caribbean exemplifies man-made changes to landscape, beginning with Amerindians, continuing to the importation of exotic species through the colony area, extreme land…



Una Isla, Dos Mundos

Estudio arqueológico sobre el paisaje indígena de Haytí y su transformación al paisaje colonial de La Española (1200-1550)

Eduardo Herrera Malatesta | 2018

Para las poblaciones indígenas la llegada de Colon al Caribe en 1492 significó una transformación y reestructuración de su mundo, incluyendo cambios a niveles culturales, sociales, económicos y políticos. En este trabajo se proponen modelos…



Approvisionner Cayenne sous l’Ancien Régime

Archéologie et histoire des réseaux commerciaux

Catherine Losier | 2016

Cet ouvrage documente le réseau commercial de la Guyane de l’Ancien Régime par l’analyse du mobilier archéologique issu des fouilles de six habitations guyanaises, de même que par l’exploitation des archives de la correspondance officielle…



The indigenous peoples of Trinidad and Tobago from the first settlers until today

Arie Boomert | 2016

This study relates the vicissitudes of the Amerindian peoples who lived or still inhabit the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, from the earliest occupants, ca. 8000 BC, until at present. Using archaeological, ethnohistorical and linguistic…



Saba's first inhabitants

A story of 3300 years of Amerindian occupation prior to European contact (1800 BC - AD 1492)

Corinne L. Hofman & Menno M.L.P Hoogland | 2016

This book tells the story of the indigenous inhabitants of Saba prior to European colonization, based on 30 years of archaeological research conducted by Leiden University in collaboration with the government and people of Saba.…






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