Pode a Arqueologia Histórica Afro-Americana ser uma voz alternativa?


  • Mark P. Leone University of Maryland
  • Paul R. Mullins
  • Marian C. Creveling
  • Laurence Hurst
  • Barbara Jackson-Nash
  • Lynn D. Jones
  • Hannah Jopling Kaiser
  • George C. Logan
  • Mark S. Warner




Arqueologia Histórica, Arqueologia Afro-Americana


Partindo de uma visão da Arqueologia Histórica como forma alternativa de construção dos passados dos grupos subalternos, este artigo se propõe a situar uma linha de estudos arqueológicos da História afro-americana. É a partir desse tipo de estudos críticos que a disciplina contribui para a construção de uma sociedade mais plural e democrática.


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Como Citar

Leone, M. P. ., Mullins, P. R., Creveling, M. C., Hurst, L., Jackson-Nash, B., Jones, L. D., Kaiser, H. J. ., Logan, G. C. ., & Warner, M. S. (2021). Pode a Arqueologia Histórica Afro-Americana ser uma voz alternativa?. Vestígios - Revista Latino-Americana De Arqueologia Histórica, 15(2), 25–42. https://doi.org/10.31239/vtg.v15i2.35405



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