4-0880
AN UNDISCIPLINED STUDY OF SUDAN
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Sponsored By: Archaeology Division and Council for Museum Anthropology
Friday, November 16, 2012: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Jacklyn Lacey (American Museum of Natural History)
Chairs:  Alexander J De Voogt (American Museum of Natural History and American Museum of Natural History)
4:00 PM
4:15 PM
Northern Sudan and Paleoanthropology: Historical Perspectives, Preliminary Survey Results, and Future Potential
William Edward Harry Harcourt-Smith (Lehman College, CUNY and American Museum of Natural History )
4:30 PM
Nubian and Egyptian Cultural Entanglements and the Genesis of the Second Kingdom of Kush
Stuart Tyson Smith (University of California Santa Barbara) and Michele Buzon (Purdue University)
4:45 PM
Zootherapeutic Beliefs and Practices Along the Nile River In Northern Sudan
Jacklyn Lacey (American Museum of Natural History) and Alexander J De Voogt (American Museum of Natural History and American Museum of Natural History)
5:00 PM
The Meroitic Language and Contemporary Nubian Linguistics In An Anthropological Context
Alexander J De Voogt (American Museum of Natural History and American Museum of Natural History)
5:15 PM
Discussion
5:30 PM
Discussion
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