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Rethinking ColonialismComparative Archaeological Approaches$
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Craig N. Cipolla and Katherine Howlett Hayes

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780813060705

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: January 2016

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813060705.001.0001

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Materializations of Puritan Ideology at Seventeenth-Century Harvard College

Materializations of Puritan Ideology at Seventeenth-Century Harvard College

(p.143) 8 Materializations of Puritan Ideology at Seventeenth-Century Harvard College
Rethinking Colonialism

Christina J. Hodge

Diana D. Loren

Patricia Capone

University Press of Florida

This chapter considers how Puritan ideologies were materialized at 17th-century Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by interrogating material hybridity at Harvard’s 1655 Indian College. The project seeks a critical perspective on Native (Wampanoag) and English identities, religious conversion and empowerment, as well as on the continuing legacies of colonial lives. As a materializing practice, archaeology itself facilitates the collaborative recovery and commemoration of Harvard’s seventeenth-century Native American and English students.

Keywords:   Hybridity, Commemoration, 17th century, Massachusetts, Wampanoag, Religious conversion, Collaborative

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