Oral History Project

Documenting our Experiences in The Field of Archaeology

Aaron Douglas, “An Idyll of the Deep South,” 1934

The Collection

One of SBA’s goals is to capture and highlight the history of African descendant people in the field of archaeology. To achieve this we collect and archive oral history interviews of African descendant people in the field to gain a better understanding of the roles and experiences they have had in the past and present.

Dr. George Abungu

Dr. George Abungu

In this interview Dr. George Abungu describes his education at the University of Nairobi and Cambridge University and…

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Dr. Alexandra Jones

Dr. Alexandra Jones

At the Society for Historical Archaeology conference in Quebec, Canada, Dr. Ayana Flewellen sat down with Dr. Alexandra…

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Peggy Brunache

Dr. Peggy Brunache

Dr. Peggy Brunache is a lecturer at Dundee University, culinary consultant and has done numerous food programs for…

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Warren Perry

Dr. Warren Perry

Listen to Dr. Anthony Martin talk with Dr. Warren Perry, Full Professor at Central Connecticut State University and…

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Samuel Proctor Oral History Program

SBA would like to thank the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at the University of Florida, for allowing the use of their resources in the creation of this collection

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