The origins of sorghum and the long duree of agropastoral economies from the Neolithic to the Meroitic period in the Central Sudan: evidence from excavations old and new
Start: Feb 25, 2019 04:00 PM
Location: Room 612, UCL Institute of Archaeology
The seventh seminar in the Term II UCL Institute of Archaeology thematic research seminar series on Current Research in the Archaeology of Sudan will take place on 25 February.
The Term II seminar series on the archaeology of Sudan brings together current research from members and alumnae of the Institute of Archaeology and colleagues from other UK institutions working in and on Sudan. The Institute's Archaeology of Egypt and Sudan Research Network takes the seminar series as a chance to explore the expanding research on Sudan and the growing prominence of this research in wider World Archaeology.
The seventh seminar, entitled The origins of sorghum and the long duree
of agropastoral economies from the Neolithic to the Meroitic period in the Central Sudan:
evidence from excavations old and new, will be given by Dorian Fuller, UCL Institute of Archaeology and all are welcome.
Any enquiries about the seminar series may be directed to Claudia Näser.
- 7 January 2019: Michael Mallinson, University of Cambridge and Mallinson Architects – Western Sudan Community Museums Project: Looking for a Sudanese idea for their museums
- 14 January 2019: Tomomi Fushiya, University of Leiden – Khawaja and basket boys: Amara West in archive and memories
- 21 January 2019: Douglas H. Johnson, independent researcher – Re-engaging with the history of South Sudan and Sudan
- 28 January 2019: Neal Spencer, British Museum – Rethinking the experience of ancient empire: perspectives from Amara West in Upper Nubia (Sudan)
- 4 February 2019: Tina Jakob, Department of Archaeology, Durham University – Bioarchaeological research at Al Khiday 2 and Mograt Island
- 18 February 2019: Anna Garnett, UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology – Sudan and the Petrie Museum: A history of excavation, scholarship and engagement
- 25 February 2019: Dorian Fuller, UCL Institute of Archaeology – The origins of sorghum and the long duree of agropastoral economies from the Neolithic to the Meroitic period in the Central Sudan: evidence from excavations old and new
- 4 March 2019: Christian Knoblauch, Swansea University – Revisiting the archaeology of Middle Kingdom colonies in Nubia
- 11 March 2019: William Carruthers, Art History and World Art Studies, University of East Anglia – Archaeology, UNESCO's Nubian Campaign, and the remaking of colonial pasts
- 18 March 2019: Claudia Näser, UCL Institute of Archaeology – Majority Muslim communities, archaeology and the pre-Islamic past: Finding new ground for engagement