2020-12-20 Aaron deSouza - Capturing the Complexity and Diversity of Ancient Nubia

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More than Kush: Capturing the Complexity and Diversity of Ancient Nubia: A lecture in the series "New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia"
by Dr. Aaron de Souza (Austrian Academy of Sciences)
This lecture is part of New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia, a new monthly lecture series hosted by the Badè Museum in partnership with the Archaeological Research Facility. The series brings together a diverse group of scholars whose research explores various aspects of the archaeology, art, and history of ancient Nubia, the region of modern-day southern Egypt to central Sudan.

These lectures will take place monthly from October 2020 through June 2021, on Thursdays at 12:00 Pacific (unless otherwise indicated). See the list of lectures and dates below. Watch live or catch up on recorded lectures on the ARF YouTube channel here: http://bit.ly/arf-channel

October 29, 2020
“The Ascendancy of the Kushite Kingdom of Kerma in the Post Middle Kingdom Era: Revisiting the Second Intermediate Period of Ancient Egypt”
Dr. Salim Faraji | California State University, Dominguez Hills

November 19, 2020
“A Game of Thrones: The Social Role of Board Games at Kerma”
Dr. Carl Walsh | Barnes Foundation

December 10, 2020
“More than Kush: Capturing the Complexity and Diversity of Ancient Nubia”
Dr. Aaron de Souza | Austrian Academy of Sciences

January 28, 2021
“Animals in the Kerma Afterlife: Animal Burials and Ritual at Abu Fatima Cemetery, Sudan”
Dr. Shayla Monroe | UC Santa Barbara

February 18, 2021
“Sacred Dancers: Nubian Women as Priestesses of Hathor”
Dr. Solange Ashby | Barnard College

April (Monday) 5, 2021
""Like the Coming of the Winds": Kushite Pharaohs and their Armies in the Near East”
Dr. Jeremy Pope | College of William and Mary

April 29, 2021
“Decolonising New Kingdom Nubia through its Material Culture”
Rennan Lemos | Cambridge University

May 20, 2021
“Kushites in the Hebrew Bible”
Dr. Kevin Burrell | Burman University

June 3, 2021
Nile Valley Collective Round Table
Dr. Sally-Ann Ashton | Edge Hill University
Dr. Vanessa Davies | Bryn Mawr College
Debora Heard | University of Chicago
Dr. Elizabeth Minor | Wellesley College
Dr. Kimani Nehusi | Temple University
Dr. Stuart Tyson Smith | UC Santa Barbara "
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