Conservation: co-production

Beisaw, A., Tatum III, W., Buechele, V. & McAdoo, B. 2021

‘Mapping a poorhouse and pauper cemetery as community engaged memory work’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 26:3, 599-622.

Berns, S. 2016

‘In defence of the dead: materializing a garden of remembrance in South London’, Material Religion, 12:2, 165-188.

LaRoche, C. & Blakey, M. 1997

‘Seizing intellectual power: the dialogue at the New York African Burial ground’, Historical Archaeology, 31, 3, 84-106

Mack, E. & Blakey, M. 2004

‘The New York African Burial Ground Project: past biases, current dilemmas, and future research opportunities’, Historical Archaeology, 38;1, 10-17.

Turner, G. 2017

Honouring Ancestors in Sacred Space: The Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century African-Bahamian Cemetery, Gainesville: University Press of Florida.

Yeoman, E. 2006

‘Je me souviens: about the St. Armand Slave Cemetery, memory, counter-memory and historic trauma’, Topia, 12, 9-24.


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