Sunday, 24 October 2010

Memories, comments, and dialogues

1. A Norwegian Pianist in Sudan: A dialogue with Joachim Kwetzinsky.

2. Porridge and Gender: A snapshot of daily life commented by professor Randi Haaland.

3. Between Arabia and Africa: Travels with Henning Neuschaeffer.

4. The Calendars of studio3: African stories of the Scheidhammer family.

5. ΠΟΙΗΣΗ - ΔΙΠΛΩΜΑΤΙΑ - ΚΟΣΜΟΣ: Greek words in international Discourse with Y. Veis

6. A Greek-Swedish Painter in Khartoum: Getting to know Martina Anagnostou.

7. From Italy to Nubia: Comments on culture by Costanza de Simone.

8. Dialogues on African Regions of the Mind: Discussing with Robin Seignobos.

10. Nubiological Coincidences: Thoughts and Sketches of Dobrochna Zielińska.

11. Bosporus and the Nile from the Amazon: Meeting João Vicente de Medeiros Publio Dias

13. Nubian Identity in Museum Exhibitions: An academic approach by Sally-Ann Ashton

14. An Austrian Perspective on Sudan Studies: a dialogue with professor Michael Zach.

Monday, 20 September 2010

Archaeology is a dirty business...

But can it be controlled?

And can it be fun???

Well, one way is to have fun! How? But by studying games! dear friends and colleagues!

And another is to make fun...
Difficult with archaeologists ;-)
However, here is what we found:

A clever series giving answers to the ubiquitous changing-of-bulb question:

A straightforward list at:

And in the interesting online archaeology magazine for kids:

This brief collection along with others posted as comments can also be found at yahoo! answers - of course....

HERE is a new collection presented in facebook.

Feel free to enrich!!!

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

A motto to start with

The present drains the past to irrigate the future
Henri Bergson

Poster presented at the 19th Biennial Meeting of the Society of Africanist Archaeologists held in Frankfurt in September 2008