The Center for Heritage & Society has initiated a partnership with a community development organization on the island of Eleuthera, Bahamas (oneeleuthera.org). We have conducted a pilot research project (Historic Building Survey) in Governor's Harbor, and we have developed a community engagement web portal for use by our partners. Finally, we are now in the development phase of an archaeological survey and excavation project in Millars on the site of a former plantation in collaboration with the descendent community. We are working with the One Eleuthera Foundation and the "Bannermantown, John Millars, and Eleuthera Association" and have met and worked with several other parties (e.g., Rotary, Breast Cancer Society, Haynes Library, Tarpum Bay Cultural Center).
Program Impact Region:
Open to the public. The community can choose to participate.
Program Start (and End Dates):
November 8, 2013
One Eleuthera Foundation
Program Director's Email Address:
UNIT: Colleges, Schools, Departments, Centers, and Institutes:
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
This Project Receives External Funding:
Scholarly Product Type:Report
Scholarly Product Detail:
Standing Structures Report, Cupid's Cay, Eleuthera, Bahamas. Report by Elizabeth Brabec and Elizabeth Chilton, Center for Heritage & Society 2013 (https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3han2an85lm8evo/KjAV8boRxy)
Other (if not in above list):
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences/Center for Heritage & Society