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SHA 2020 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology

Boston, MA, January 8th-11th


The SHA 2020 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology Committee will be held in Boston, the "birthplace of the American Revolution". Attendees are invited to contemplate the conference theme of "revolution" ” in its broadest terms of inclusivity and diversity. For more information on the 2020 conference theme, visit the website.

Journal ArticleAuthor
World ArchaeologyI’ll give you ‘punk archaeology’, sunshineLorna-Jane Richardson
Atlantic StudiesSovereignty disavowed: the Tupac Amaru revolution in the Atlantic worldSinclair Thomson
International Journal of Heritage StudiesRevolution and counter-revolution; or why it is difficult to have a heritage of communism and what can we do about itFrancesco Iacono
Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and HeritageShit, Blood, Artifacts, and Tears: Interrogating Visitor Perceptions and Archaeological Residues at Ghana's Cape Coast Castle Slave DungeonWazi Apoh, James Anquandah & Seyram Amenyo-Xa
Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and HeritageCollaborative Archaeology to Revitalize an Afro-Ecuadorian CemeteryDaniela Catalina Balanzátegui Moreno
Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and HeritageWeaving the Second Skin: Protection Against Evil Among the Valongo Slaves in Nineteenth-century Rio de JaneiroTania Andrade Lima, Marcos André Torres de Souza & Glaucia Malerba Sene
Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and HeritageArchaeological Recovery of IdentityUzi Baram
Childhood in the PastIn a City of Mills and Canals: Mortality among Pre-teen and Teenage Irish Workers in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Industrial Lowell, MassachusettsEileen Murphy, Colm Donnelly & Dave McKean
World Archaeology Protest objects: bricolage, performance and counter-archaeologyKaty Soar & Paul-François Tremlett
World Archaeology Anarchist literature and the development of anarchist counter-archaeologiesStuart Rathbone
International Journal of Heritage Studies Spanish Civil War caves of Asturias in archaeology and memoryJesús Fernández Fernández & Gabriel Moshenska
World ArchaeologyThe original Jones boys: histories of race and place in nineteenth-century American archaeologyJames E. Snead
Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and HeritageParting Ways Revisited: Archaeology at a Nineteenth-Century African-American Community in Plymouth, MassachusettsKaren A. Hutchins-Keim
Industrial Archaeology ReviewMan vs. Machine: Betty’s Hope and the Industrialisation of 19th-Century Caribbean FactoriesCharlotte Goudge
Industrial Archaeology ReviewAnalysis of the Aft Ballast Pump Onboard the American Civil War-era Submarine H.L. Hunley Bradley Blankemeyer, Stephen Weise & Michael Scafuri
Industrial Archaeology ReviewAn Archaeological Study of a Streetcar Suburb: The East Main Streetcar Barns and Hayward-Hobbie Subdivisions, City of Rochester, New YorkKyle Somerville
Journal of Conflict Archaeology‘What’s left of the flag’: the Confederate and Jacobite ‘lost cause’ myths, and the construction of mythic identities through conflict commemorationRyan K. McNutt
Journal of Conflict ArchaeologyAmbush at Thorame-Haute: archaeological traces of a fifteen minute Ambush by the French resistanceJean-Loup Gassend, Damien Gaillard & Lionel Alberti
Slavery & AbolitionAll spirits are roused: the 1822 antislavery revolution in Haitian Santo DomingoAndrew Walker
Slavery & AbolitionMaking freedom work: the long transition from slavery to freedom during the Haitian RevolutionPhilippe Girard
American Nineteenth Century HistoryMr. Ely’s amendment: Massachusetts Federalists and the politicization of slave representationKevin Vrevich
Post-Medieval ArchaeologyThe archaeology of post-medieval death and burialLayla Renshaw & Natasha Powers
Post-Medieval Archaeology‘Success to the Dobson’: commemorative artefacts depicting 18th-century British slave shipsJANE WEBSTER
Post-Medieval ArchaeologyMinding the gaps: exploring the intersection of political economy, colonial ideologies and cultural practice in early modern IrelandAudrey Horning
Post-Medieval ArchaeologyJames Wray’s Carpentry Yard: archaeology of an early Williamsburg industrial craft siteAndrew Edwards, Jameson Harwood, Julie Richter et al.
Post-Medieval ArchaeologyMedieval memories and the reformation of religious identity: Catholic and Anglican interactions with parish church sites in County Limerick, IrelandEugene Costello
Post-Medieval ArchaeologyLandlord villages of Iran as examples of political economy and materialityRuth Young
Post-Medieval ArchaeologyTurbo Island, Bristol: excavating a contemporary homeless placeGillian Crea, Andrew Dafnis, Jane Hallam et al.

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