Kayley Sherret


Previous Education

B.A. (Anthropology), University of Western Ontario

Supervisor

Dr. Lisa Rankin

Keywords

European-Indigenous interaction, post-colonial archaeology, cultural exchange, community involvement.

Research Statement

My thesis research involves the consolidation and analysis of the archaeological collection excavated from the two households at the Snooks Cove site, on Groswater Bay in Labrador. The collection was partially excavated in the 1970s and completed by Memorial University students in 2009. Analysis was undertaken based on the early excavations but the recent excavation and collected data has put the chronology into question. I intend to develop a more nuanced understanding of the lives of the Inuit at Snooks Cove by revisiting site analysis, interviewing community members in Rigolet, and comparing the data to other sites in Labrador.

Contact

Email: kes420@mun.ca

 

Contact

Department of Archaeology

230 Elizabeth Ave

St. John's, NL A1B 3X9 CANADA

Tel: (709) 864-2530

Fax: (709) 864-2552

becomestudent@mun.ca