Dr. Andrzej T. Antczak is Associate Professor of Caribbean Archaeology at the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University, the Netherlands. Since 1982, he has been co-directing—together with Dr. Marlena Antczak—pioneering archaeological investigations on more than 60 off-shore islands of the Venezuelan Caribbean and, since 2006, on the small islands off the eastern coast of Martinique.His scholarly interests include the pre-colonial and early colonial archaeology of the Southeastern Caribbean, theory and method in the study of the social past, materiality, non-western ontologies, community archaeology, collection studies, archaeometry, shell middens, and historical ecology.His books include: Los Idolos de las Islas Prometidas: Arqueología Prehispánica del Archipiélago de Los Roques (with Ma.M. Antczak), Editorial Equinoccio 2006, Los Mensajes Confiados a la Roca (also with Ma.M. Antczak), Editorial Equinoccio 2007 and Early Human Impact on Megamolluscs (co-edited with R. Cipriani), Archaeopress 2008.
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