Email: : [[e|shzimmet]]
Year entered: : 2009
Degree sought: : MA / PhD
Research interests: : : Plantation archaeology, colonialism, the African Diaspora, colonoware, Bermuda, public archaeology
Regional specialization: : Northeastern United States, Bermuda
BackgroundSarah began working in archaeology in high school and college at Binghamton University's Public Archaeology Facility. While attending Barnard College she focused on plantation archaeology and the site of a 17th century provisioning plantation, Sylvester Manor, on Shelter Island, NY. Her thesis focused on the social interactions of enslaved Africans and Native Americans on the plantation. Sarah's current research is on the procurement and use of colonoware by enslaved Africans on the island of Bermuda.