NEXUS1492 - Transformations of Amerindian Cultures Across the Historical Divide
The ambition of NEXUS1492 is to rewrite a crucial and neglected chapter in global history by focusing on transformations of indigenous, Amerindian cultures and societies across the historical divide of 1492. It investigates the impacts of colonial encounters in the Caribbean, the nexus of the first interactions between the New and the Old World.
Principal Investigator: Prof. dr. Corinne L. Hofman Project 1 forms the archaeological backbone of NEXUS1492 and aims to examine transformations of indi...Read more
Principal Investigator: Prof. Gareth R. Davies, PhD Three sub-projects within Project 2 focus on the development and application of a diverse array of a...Read more
Principal Investigator: Prof. Dr. Ulrik Brandes Project 3 addresses the transformations of archaeological networks of people, objects and ideas across...Read more
(formerly directed by the late Prof. dr. Willem J. H. Willems, now by Prof. Corinne L. Hofman) Project 4 addresses the views on and uses of the Caribbea...Read more