Living in Nubia: El-Kurru Present and Past – Narrating Nubia: The Social Lives of Heritage

Living in Nubia: El-Kurru Present and Past

Living in Nubia: El-Kurru Present and Past, led by Geoff Emberling, is a community archaeology project in El-Kurru, northern Sudan. A group of community members, Sudanese archaeologists, and foreign colleagues will work together to present the village of El-Kurru and its complex heritage to a range of audiences in both Arabic and English. We will co-create a walking tour that leads from the archaeological site into the modern village; a set of exhibit panels on archaeology and one on local heritage and culture; materials for teachers and students to learn more about the archaeological site; and a short film that presents El-Kurru as a village and as a heritage location.

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