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The Back-to-Africa Heritage & Archaeology

Research Project

 

The BAHA 
Project 

Our collaborative Back-to-Africa Heritage and Archaeology Project, the first to archaeologically investigate the Back-to-Africa movement, explores the processes of nineteenth-century settlement at sites established by West Indians (Crozierville) and Black Americans (Providence Island and Edina).

Our work, a collaboration between American-based researchers and Liberian partners, offers productive ways through which to pluralize conceptualizations of the Black/African Diaspora and consider broader processes of freedom making in the Atlantic world.

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