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Archaeology of Sugar and Slavery (Tuesday 6:30pm - 8:30pm)

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Dates of Event
13th February 2018 – 20th March 2018
Last Booking Date for this Event
20th February 2018
Places Available
15
Description

West Indian sugar cultivation generated huge profits for some at the cost of misery for others.  New archaeological and historical research reveals the landscapes and buildings used by the plantation owners and enslaved workforce. Material remains (such as pottery and clay pipes) shed light on trade and plantation social hierarchies.  Includes a visit to the International Slavery Museum.

Number of Meetings

6

Course Leader

Dr Robert Philpott
 

 

CRN 21387\ALGY9131

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Course Fee: Full Fee: £52 | Reduced: £42 |Concession: £26

 

 

 

 

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