موقع تمبس الاثري

Author: Michele R Buzon (Page 1 of 2)

Wenner-Gren Engaged Research Grant

Tombos statue

Congratulations to AmSARC researchers on being awarded a Wenner-Gren Engaged Research Grant! Jenail Marshall (PI), Michele Buzon, Mohamed Faroug Ali, and Remah Abdelrahim Kabashi Ahmed will investigate how those conducting research affect interpretations of the past and how archaeological outputs can be explored with the local people in significant ways that are empowering and relevant. The project will ask how the people of Tombos use and reinterpret the landscape and how memory functions as an act and tool of community building. This project will form the basis of Jenail Marshall’s PhD research at Purdue University.

Congratulations, Dr. Mohamed Faroug Ali! تهانينا لدكتور محمد فاروق علي

 

 

The Tombos Archaeological Site extends sincere congratulations to our team member, Dr. Mohamed Faroug Ali (PhD UCSB 2016), who has just started a position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Archaeology at International University of Africa in Khartoum, Sudan!

يتقدم موقع تمبس الأثري بخالص التهنئة لعضو فريقنا الدكتور محمد فاروق علي (دكتوراه جامعه سانتا باربرا الأمريكية ٢٠١٦) الذي بدأ للتو منصب أستاذ مساعد في قسم الآثار بجامعه افريقيا العالميه في الخرطوم بالسودان.

Stuart Tyson Smith Lecture محاضره استيورت سميث تايسون

Stuart Tyson Smith recently provided a great lecture for the Fall 2020 W. E. B. Du Bois Virtual Lecture Series, Hutchins Center for African & African American Research at Harvard University: “Black Pharaohs? Egyptological Bias, Racism, and Egypt and Nubia as African Civilizations.”  Click below to view the recording of the lecture.

قدم استيورت سميث تايسون مؤخراً محاضره رائعه لسلسله المحاضرات الافتراضيه لخريف ٢٠٢٠W.E.B.Du Bois هوتشينز للأبحاث الامريكيه الافريقيه والإفريقية بجامعه هارفارد (الفراعنه السود) التحيز المصري والعنصرية ومصر والنوبه لحضارات افريقيا.
 

Fortress of Taroy at Tombos

Available to read online for free: new volume including a chapter by Stuart Tyson Smith and Michele R. Buzon that details our recent discovery of a fortress at Tombos, the ancient place of Taroy.

The Fortified Settlement at Tombos and Egyptian Colonial Strategy in New Kingdom Nubia
Stuart Tyson Smith and Michele Buzon

 

 

New publication

We are excited to announce our forthcoming chapter, “Cross-Cultural Interaction in the Ancient Egyptian and Nubian Borderland” in this new volume.  The cover features a Bat-Hathor amulet from Tombos and Taharqa’s Amun ram.

 

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