Teeth Tell Tales

Dental wear as evidence for cultural practices at Anse a la Gourde and Tutu

Hayley L. Mickleburgh | 2008

Similar to the osteological study of prehistoric human remains, the study of human dental wear has been proven to afford a wealth of information on human cultural practices. This study is aimed at recording and…



Costly Giving, Giving Guaízas

Towards an organic model of the exchange of social valuables in the Late Ceramic Age Caribbean

Angus A.A. Mol | 2007

An Archaeology of Exchange is primarily an archaeology of human sociality and anti-sociality. Nevertheless, archaeological studies of exchange are numerous and varied, and archaeologists do not always approach exchange as a social mechanism, concentrating rather…



The End of our Third Decade (volume II)

Papers written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the institute of Prehistory, Volume II

Edited by Corrie Bakels | 1993

This volume is the second of a set of two dealing with papers written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Institute of Prehistory, Leiden University. It contains 18 articles on different subjects…



The End of our Third Decade (volume I)

Papers written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Institute of Prehistory, Volume I

Edited by Corrie Bakels | 1992

This volume is the first of a set of two with papers written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Institute of Prehistory, Leiden University. It contains the 14 contributions dealing with the…



“Better Than We”

Landscapes and materialities of race, class, and gender in pre-emancipation Saba, Dutch Caribbean

Ryan Espersen | Forthcoming

This study aims to understand the materiality of Saba’s ideological landscape during its pre-emancipation colonial period. This is accomplished by understanding the dialectics, or inseparable relationships, between Saba’s geography, locally-situated ideologies of class, race, and…



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Teeth Tell Tales

Dental wear as evidence for cultural practices at Anse a la Gourde and Tutu

Hayley L. Mickleburgh | 2008

Similar to the osteological study of prehistoric human remains, the study of human dental wear has been proven to afford a wealth of information on human cultural practices. This study is aimed at recording and…



Costly Giving, Giving Guaízas

Towards an organic model of the exchange of social valuables in the Late Ceramic Age Caribbean

Angus A.A. Mol | 2007

An Archaeology of Exchange is primarily an archaeology of human sociality and anti-sociality. Nevertheless, archaeological studies of exchange are numerous and varied, and archaeologists do not always approach exchange as a social mechanism, concentrating rather…



The End of our Third Decade (volume II)

Papers written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the institute of Prehistory, Volume II

Edited by Corrie Bakels | 1993

This volume is the second of a set of two dealing with papers written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Institute of Prehistory, Leiden University. It contains 18 articles on different subjects…



The End of our Third Decade (volume I)

Papers written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Institute of Prehistory, Volume I

Edited by Corrie Bakels | 1992

This volume is the first of a set of two with papers written on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Institute of Prehistory, Leiden University. It contains the 14 contributions dealing with the…



“Better Than We”

Landscapes and materialities of race, class, and gender in pre-emancipation Saba, Dutch Caribbean

Ryan Espersen | Forthcoming

This study aims to understand the materiality of Saba’s ideological landscape during its pre-emancipation colonial period. This is accomplished by understanding the dialectics, or inseparable relationships, between Saba’s geography, locally-situated ideologies of class, race, and…






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