Report about an archaeozoological workshop held in Khartoum in February 2023.
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.
Announcement for a presentation from project 03 „InterLINK“ at Sudantag 2022
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.
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.
Copyright University of Cologne Colloquium at the Department of Prehistoric Archaeology of the University of Cologne The Department of Prehistoric Archaeology at the University of Cologne invites you to its […]
On August 24, 2021, the time had finally come: During the 25th conference of the Society of Africanist Archaeologists, the virtual session „Entangled Africa: Interactions, relations and networks within Africa“ organized by Alexa Höhn and Friederike Jesse took place. There was a lively discussion and exchange about prehistoric depictions of herdsmen up to the copper trade of the 19th century.
On Aug. 24, 2021, the ‚Entangled Africa‘ research symposium „Interactions, relations and networks within Africa“ will be held as part of SAfA 2021. From prehistoric pastoral representations in the Sahara to the 19th century copper trade, a wide range of topics will be discussed.
Entangled Africa‘ encompasses both the connectivity of people and the connectivity with and of ecosystems, plants, and landscapes. In the second meeting of the methodological working group „Natural Sciences“, the course was set for collaborative research and data management across project boundaries.
Africa is an adaptable continent that has always been subject to strong climatic and economic changes – and still is today. From an archaeological perspective, Africa is a hotspot for research into environmental and human history. […]
Charcoal is a common find on archaeological sites. But the full range of information it contains is very often insufficiently used. Pieces of charcoal not only reveal their age (based on radiocarbon dating) but also which tree or group of tree species they once belonged to. This enables the reconstruction of vegetation types, landscapes and climate, and can even provide information about trade relations. […]
Ceramic processing must be flexible, able to adapt to the conditions of excavation and object. At the same time, the records of those working on this find genre from different regions should be comparable. Done to speed up and standardize the ceramic recording on site, the elaboration of the catalogue was successfully completed. […]
Object of the discourse was the range of various forms of decoration and techniques that have been listed in the individual ceramic assortments of the projects. The projects of the scientists are located in Chad, Sudan, Ethiopia and in the area of the Middle Niger in West Africa. […]
Initiated and organized by Friederike Jesse (Project 1) and Ulrike Nowotnick (Project 2), numerous representatives of our projects met for the SPP2143 on June 4th via conference call to exchange information about ceramic finds, their sorting and documentation. […]