West-central African archaeology: Iron Age burials in Corisco Island (Equatorial Guinea)
Publication date: Oct 31, 2012 10:02 AM
Start: Nov 05, 2012 04:00 PM
Location: Room 612, Institute of Archaeology
Manuel Sánchez-Elipe Lorente (Complutense University of Madrid) will give the fourth seminar in the African Peoples and Pasts series at the Institute on 5 November.
Michael's seminar is entitled 'West-central African archaeology: Iron Age burials in Corisco Island (Equatorial Guinea)' and all are welcome.
The seminar will be followed by a wine reception in the Staff Common Room.
Please direct any enquiries about the event to Nick Gestrich.
African Peoples and Pasts Seminar Series 2012-13
- 25 September: Unsettling Cities: Landscapes of Power and Ambivalence in Dahomey (J Cameron Monroe (University of California, Santa Cruz))
- 11 October: The DGB sites: Monumental architecture and political power in the Lake Chad Basin (Scott MacEachern (Bowdoin College))
- 25 October: The carnivorous feeding behaviour of early Homo at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania (Michael Pante, UCL)
- 5 November: West-central African archaeology: Iron Age burials in Corisco Island, Equatorial Guinea (Manuel Sánchez-Elipe Lorente)
- 22 November: Learning from the Lari Massacres: Heritage and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Kenya (Annie Coombes, Birkbeck)
- 17 January: The Healer's Tools: Broadening Archaeological Perspectives on 'Traditional' Healing through Contemporary Engagements with Migrant Practitioners in Accra, Ghana (Bryn Trevelyan James, University of Manchester)
- 31 January: Developing archaeology in the new South Sudan: General Gordon's fort at Laboré and other sites of interest (Matthew Davies, University of Cambridge/BIEA)
- 7 March: Becoming Creole: African-European cultural interaction and local tradition in Barbados, c. 1700-1900 (Niall Finneran, University of Winchester)
- 14 March: The Rise and Fall of the African Past: pursuing the 'pre-colonial' in Uganda (Richard Reid, SOAS)