Cuba and the Greater Antilles
In the past three decades, Caribbean archaeology has metamorphosed from its relative obscurity to a discipline “riding on the wave of an exponential curve” (Keegan 1994). On the one hand, this recent revival of interest stems from the region’s position at the crossroads, posing questions that transcend the boundaries of academia and address issues of colonialism and underdevelopment (...
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