Voices

What is EUROTAST? Why is is our research important? and How can our work contribute to public understanding of the transatlantic slave trade? This page holds media from EUROTAST members and partners:


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EUROTAST PhD Fellow Anuradha Jagadeesan discusses her research on reconstructing the genome of Hans Jonatan. VIDEO LINK


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EUROTAST PhD Fellow Marcela Sandoval used aDNA to trace the origins of African captives in the slave trade. VIDEO LINK

 


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EUROTAST PhD Fellow Sarah Abel conducted research on our changing understanding of ancestry through genetics testing. VIDEO LINK

 


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EUROTAST PhD Fellow Ryan Espersen discusses his historical archaeological research on Saba in the Caribbean. VIDEO LINK

 


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EUROTAST PhD Fellow Jessica Hendy studied health and disease during the Transatlantic Slave Trade. VIDEO LINK

 


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EUROTAST PhD Fellow Winston Phulgence studied the memorialization of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. VIDEO LINK

 


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EUROTAST PhD Fellows Winston Phulgence and Jessica Hendy spoke to BBC York about their research in 2014. PODCAST LINK

 


© Copyright Historyworks for EUROTAST

Professor Fatimah Jackson, Director of the Institute of African American Research, University of North Carolina
Question:
Should geneticists interpret the results that they find by themselves?  
PODCAST: Professor Jackson talks about the importance of EUROTAST’s collaborative  research model, and its benefits for the work of geneticists, and our understanding of the transatlantic slave trade.