|Editors-in-Chief:||Whitney Battle-Baptiste, UMass Amherst|
|Kelley Deetz, Roanoke College|
|Associate Editor:||Christopher Barton, Temple University|
African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter seeks to highlight the complexities of our field through dialogue and exchange. This newsletter also serves as the vehicle to engage with centuries of muted voices uncovered by the archaeological record, politics of representation and narrative, as well as intersections of power, privilege and oppression. One of the many challenges of our discipline is to figure out how to push the scholarly parameters and think more complexly about life across the Diaspora. The material record is always in conversation with the social world, thus reminding us to keep these discussions open.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2013) Spring 2013
IntroductionWelcome to the first group of papers and reviews at our new home! We are excited about the things to come. Please bear with our adjustments and send along any reports, site updates and other information you want to share with our audience. Thank you, The ADAN team.
Articles, Essays, and Reports
Metal Detecting: One Step To Better Consideration of African American Resources
Chris Espenshade and Patrick Severts
Book Review of Cultural Hegemony & African American Development
Licia E. Clifton-James