Archaeologists are working together to share data and advance our understanding of the experience of enslaved people in the early-modern Atlantic World. The DAACS Research Consortium facilitates collaborative scholarship in the humanities and social sciences, especially in archaeology, across institutional and spatial boundaries.Read More
Native, African, and European Interactions at the Silver Bluff Trading Post and Plantation located in South Carolina's Backcountry
Silver Bluff’s unique archaeological assemblage will help address issues surrounding cultural plurality on the Carolina frontier.
Uncovering the lives of enslaved workers at St. Nicholas Abbey, Barbados
Dr. Frederick Smith and students from the College of William and Mary are revealing the interconnectivity of sites ranging as slave villages and rum distilleries to ephemeral meeting places such as caves on the island of Barbados.