Marco Meniketti

Marco Meniketti Professor
Ph.D. Michigan State University, 2004

Historical and nautical archaeology, industrial archaeology, educational anthropology,
contact and plantations, environmental studies, slavery

Office Hours:
Will resume Fall 2023

Clark Hall 465


Marco Meniketti is an Anthropological Archaeologist with scholarly training in Historical, Industrial and Nautical archaeology. He has broad interests ranging from the age of exploration to colonial and industrial development, which he approaches from world-systems perspective. His focus is on diasporic populations and identity formation among marginalized communities, particularly in the Caribbean. Current projects include investigation of maritime slave communities and the ethnicity of exploration.

For more about Dr. Meniketti visit his Caribbean Historical Archaeology website.

Check out the new book by Marco Meniketti: Sugar Cane Capitalism and Environmental Transformation: An Archaeology of Colonial Nevis, West Indies [pdf]