tDAR Logo tDAR digital antiquity

New York African Burial Ground Skeletal Biology Final Report, Volume 1. Chapter 3. Theory: An Ethical Epistemology of Publicly Engaged Biocultural Research

Author(s):

Year: 2004

» Downloads & Basic Metadata


Summary

The approach taken to the organization and interpretation of data from the African Burial Ground (ABG) involves four main elements. The ways in which these elements have guided the research are discussed this chapter. These theoretic principles can be generalized and extended to a broader range of research projects

than our study of the New York African Burial Ground (NYABG).


URL:


Cite this Record

New York African Burial Ground Skeletal Biology Final Report, Volume 1. Chapter 3. Theory: An Ethical Epistemology of Publicly Engaged Biocultural Research. Michael L. Blakey. In New York African Burial Ground Skeletal Biology Final Report, Volume 1. Pp. 98-115. 2004 (tDAR ID: 365175) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8610XF9


Keywords


Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1640 to 1800


Spatial Coverage

min long: -74.017; min lat: 40.694 ; max long: -73.977; max lat: 40.734 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Prepared By(s): National Park Service

Submitted To(s): General Services Administration Northeastern and Caribbean Region


This Resource is Part of the Following Collections

New York African Burial Ground Skeletal Biology Final Report, Volume 1


File Information

  Name Size Creation Date Date Uploaded Access
husbrabg_ch3_rvsd.pdf 121.13kb Jul 25, 2011 12:40:50 PM Public