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Archaeologies of the African Diaspora: Brazil, Cuba, and the United States

  • Theresa Singleton
  • Marcos André Torres de Souza
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African Diaspora refers to the worldwide dispersal of African peoples and their descendants as a consequence of slavery and other migrations out of Africa. The term diaspora, the breaking up and scattering of a people, is often used to describe any dispersion of a people from their original homeland. Diasporas, however, can be distinguished from other types of migrations as they are usually characterized by some or all of the following criteria: (1) forced or induced migration; (2) an enduring presence of the group in new settings as a distinct cultural/ethnic, racial, or religious group; (3) collective consciousness or memory plays a role in the production of cultural heritage; (4) the group experiences some form of alienation in the receiving or host society; (5) the existence of some kind of exchange or relationship between or among spatially separated populations making up the diaspora, and/or with the homeland (Chaliand and Rageau, 1995; Safran, 1991).

Keywords

Coffee Plantation Archaeological Research Archaeological Study Military Dictatorship Slave Site 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Theresa Singleton
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  • Marcos André Torres de Souza
  1. 1.Department of Anthropology, Maxwell SchoolSyracuse UniversitySyracuseUSA

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