AFST 142 - (CC) Archaeology of the African Diaspora
Semester Hours: 3
This course examines archaeological and historical studies of people of African descent in the Americas, beginning with the transatlantic slave trade to the early twentieth century. The major objective of this course is to understand the diverse material worlds of African Diasporic communities within the greater historiographies of the Atlantic world. The course reviews archaeological methods, material patterns of African and African-American cultural practices, and the public meanings of minority archaeologies.
Same as ANTH 142.
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