Episode 101: How may oral histories, archaeology and osteology be integrated to study the history of enslaved people in the Dutch Caribbean?
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On this episode of the Arch and Anth Podcast, Dr. Felicia Fricke (University of Kent; University of Leiden) talks about her work looking at the history of slavery in the Dutch Caribbean and integrating approaches from archaeology, osteology and oral histories.
Her research focuses on the lifeways of enslaved people on the Dutch Caribbean islands of Curacao, St Eustatius, and St Maarten/St Martin. How are findings from burial goods and material culture informed by interviews with community members on the island today? What are anthropologists missing from the research by not performing qualitative study together with quantitative study?
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