Describing the conference experience in Frankfurt. In and beyond the conference room.
At the 15th Conference for Nubian Studies, members of some SPP projects presented their current research on Kordofan and Kanem-Bornu.
The SPP invited the Egyptian researcher E.A.E. Attia in October to analyse and compare phytoliths from Elephantine (Egypt) and Mezber (Ethiopia).
The project „The Lake Chad Region as a Crossroads“ presents new research on the history of the Kanem-Borno Empire starting in December 2024 at the Musée National du Chad.
Report on the first workshop of the newest SPP-Working Group „(In)Visible Women“.
The archaeobotanical reference collection in Frankfurt is of central importance worldwide for archaeological research on cultivated plants
German tale of the two guest scientists from Egypt, Mariam Adel and Fernadne Lozada.
Report on the research of P07 in the first project phase.
Announcement for a presentation from project 03 „InterLINK“ at Sudantag 2022
Lecture at EHESS in Paris on the current research results from project 04 „The Lake Chad Region as a Crossroads“.
The 8th annual meeting of TANA, held in Ghana from February the 22nd to the 24th, 2022, was also attended by researchers from the SPP.
At the SPP annual meeting held on Jan. 10, 2022, participants were able to enjoy the research results to date, along with exciting new findings.
The research results of the SPP „Entangeld Africa“ will be presented to the public at different locations in Africa and Germany with a flexible exhibition concept.
From the ranks of the SPP „Entangled Africa“ Jana Eger-Karberg invites together with Tim Karberg to a panel at the 15th International Conference for Nubian Studies.
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