Association of Southern African Professional Archaeologists
African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific
The Trans-Vaal branch of the South African Archaeological Society
This aims to encourage and satisfy your interest in all aspects of archaeology and
its related disciplines by bringing members of the public, amateurs and
The Society of Africanist Archaeologists
An organization of archaeologists, researchers from associated disciplines and
others who share an interest in African archaeology and African societies. Our
membership is international, with participation from Africa, the Americas, Europe
and Asia, and is actively involved in research in many African countries. We have
redesigned our site with several new features, including an area for "digital
subscribers" to our bulletin, Nyame Akuma, enhanced access to back issues of the
bulletin, and a discussion forum for members. We welcome your feedback!
The British Institute in Eastern Africa
Based in Nairobi, Kenya, the society exists to promote research into the
archaeology, history, linguistics and anthropology of Eastern Africa. It is active
throughout the region, having conducted projects in Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda,
Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe.
A heritage awareness website.
Sudan Archeological Society
The Sudan Archaeological Society in Berlin (SAG) was founded at 23rd of September
1993. Its aim is towards the conservation of archaeological sites in Sudan together
with the Institute of Sudan Archaeology And Egyptology of the Humboldt- University
in Berlin. Website is in German only though.
Sudan Archaeological Research Society
Founded in 1991 the society provides a focus for anyone interested in the
archaeology of the Sudan. Through lectures, seminars, its bulletin and newsletters,
the Society aims to promote interest in the Sudan's cultural heritage and raise
awareness of its place in the history of mankind. Most significantly, the Society
mounts expeditions to excavate and record threatened sites before they are lost to
knowledge for ever.
© 2007 Editor, Sada Mire, and the individual authors of these African Heritage and Archaeology webpages