Ariel Harris ’13

Major: History and Ethnic Studies. Hometown: Houston, Texas.


Triggs International Fellow in History

Gerace Research Center & The National Archives of the Bahamas | San Salvador, Bahamas

Week 3:
Gerace Research Center & The National Archives of the Bahamas


January 10, 2013 | My last week in Nassau was just as smooth as my first week on Nassau. But this time I was on my own (w/o Prof. Stewart) back in the Archives and in the streets of Nassau. Fortunately, I still have assistance, and I gained good friend and good company. I have experienced nothing but good hospitality […]

Week 2:
Gerace Research Center & The National Archives of the Bahamas


December 27, 2012 | This week was full of library research, field research (oral history interviews), more plantation ruin visits, and planning out my Neo-slave narrative. I also had the opportunity to go fishing on the ocean. The best part about this week was my oral history interview with Miss Pratt. This was the most rewarding experience I’ve had […]

Week 1:
Gerace Research Center & The National Archives of the Bahamas


December 20, 2012 | I arrived almost exactly one year later in Nassau, Bahamas to complete research for my senior thesis on December 5, 2012. This time with funds provided by the Triggs Cornell Fellowship I was allowed two days in Nassau to complete research at The National Archives of the Bahamas. After an evening of rest from traveling, […]