Calls

Job vacancy

The Commission for Archaeology of non-European Cultures (KAAK) of the German Archaeological
Institute (Deutsches Arch√§ologisches Institut, DAI) is seeking to recruit a Research assistant (m/f/d) (reference no. 11/2021) for the German Research Foundation (DFG) funded Coordination project of the Priority Program (SPP) 2143 ‚ÄúEntangled Africa‚ÄĚ, starting June 1st, 2021.

Ausschreibungen

Mitarbeiter*in gesucht!

An der KAAK Bonn des Deutschen Arch√§ologischen Instituts (DAI) ist vorbehaltlich der zur Verf√ľgung
stehenden F√∂rdermittel voraussichtlich ab dem 01.06.2021 die Stelle einer wissenschaftlichen Hilfskraft (m/w/d) (Kennziffer: 11/2021) f√ľr das von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) finanzierte Projekt ‚ÄěSPP 2143 Entangled Africa‚Äú mit maximal 18,5 Stunden w√∂chentlich befristet bis zum 31.07.2022 zu besetzen.

Event

‚Entangled Africa‘ Coordinator co-organizes EAA session 402

Environmental change either as a result of human impact or climate change has a long history in the Nile valley. From the much discussed Old Kingdom collapse to a variety of apparently catastrophic events and more nuanced incremental change, the archaeological record, with unique information from organic remains, resulting from optimal preservation, provides a detailed body of data. […]

P04 Publications EN

Publication: Fired brick élite locations in Kanem, Chad

One of the most intriguing problems concerning the Kanem-Borno sultanate of the central Sahel between the eighth and nineteenth centuries AD concerns its early intra-African connections. Apart from historically documented linkages with North and parts of West Africa, were there trade and other contacts with eastern regions such as Darfur, the Middle Nile Valley and areas beyond prior to the fifteenth century? […]

P04 Publikationen

Publikation: Elitegebäude aus gebranntem Ziegel in Kanem, Tschad

One of the most intriguing problems concerning the Kanem-Borno sultanate of the central Sahel between the eighth and nineteenth centuries AD concerns its early intra-African connections. Apart from historically documented linkages with North and parts of West Africa, were there trade and other contacts with eastern regions such as Darfur, the Middle Nile Valley and areas beyond prior to the fifteenth century? […]