This page is a space to provide links to publications discussing our work at Fort Charles. It will be updated as we complete new publications.
González-Tennant, Edward, and Diana González-Tennant. 2019. Caribbean Heritage in 3D: New Heritage and Historical Archaeology in Nevis, West Indies. Historical Archaeologies of the Caribbean: Contextualizing Sites through Colonialim, Capitalism, and Globalism, edited by Todd M. Ahlman. University of Alabama Press. – The first book chapter on work at Fort Charles, including preliminary results of the ongoing artifact analysis and the use 3D technologies at the site.
González-Tennant, Edward. 2016. Recent Directions and Future Developments in Geographic Information Systems for Historical Archaeology. Historical Archaeology 50(4):24-49. – This article includes a discussion of several of the geospatial analyses completed on Fort Charles and other military sites in Nevis.
González-Tennant, Edward. 2014. The “Color” of Heritage: Decolonizing Collaborative Archaeology in the Caribbean. Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage. 3(1):26-50. – This article actually focuses on the site of Saddle Hill, the largest military site in Nevis, and the need to explore non-plantation sites to better understand Afro-Nevisian identity in the past and present.