Garman, James C.
James C. Garman is assistant professor of archaeology at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island. His essays have appeared in Historical Archaeology, Old-Time New England, and the International Journal of Historical Archaeology.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Detention Castles of Stone and Steel: Landscape, Labor, and the Urban Penitentiary by James C. Garman
Centered primarily on a historical archaeological and architectural investigation of Rhode Island's first state prison, built in Providence in 1838, this study by James C. Garman (Assistant Professor of Archaeology, Salve Regina University) is concerned with the negotiation and contestation of power and work in the landscape and built environment of the 19th century social reform institution.
One published volume of Sakonnet Point Perspectives by James C. Garman and Michelle G. Styger, published by the Little Compton Historical Society.