Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Announcing the publication of Dotawo: A Journal of Nubian Studies 6: Miscellanea Nubiana
Editor: Adam Simmons
Contributors: Jana Eger, Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, Henriette Hafsaas, Tim Karberg, Titus Kennedy, Angelika Lohwasser, Asmaa Taha, Effrosyni Zacharopoulou
Dotawo 6 is available in hard copy, and as an Open Access ebook from: https://punctumbooks.com/titles/dotawo-a-journal-of-nubian-studies-6/
Individual articles are also available Open Access via eScholarship: https://escholarship.org/uc/dotawo
The attached resource may be of interest to you.
The UNESCO Nubia Bibliography 2001 2012 (PDF) s an update of Nubia Bibliography up 2000 compiled by UNESCO in the framework of the International Campaign for the Establishment of the Nubia Museum of Aswan and the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Cairo.
Please respond to the authors directly.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The following message from SFDAS may be of interest to you. Please contact SFDAS directly for further information.
A l’occasion du cinquantenaire de la SFDAS, la Section et les éditions Soleb sont heureuses de vous offrir l’ouvrage de synthèse Histoire et Civilisations du Soudan, paru en 2017. Bonne lecture.
For the SFDAS 50th anniversary, the French Archaeological Unit and Soleb are happy to offer you Histoire et Civilisations du Soudan. Free download online, on Soleb and SFDAS website.
The SFDAS Newsletter is also available online. Inscriptions on the SFDAS website: http://sfdas.com/lettre-sfdas/?lang=en
Quarterly release, with news about Sudan archaeology and a focus on a specific topic or a special event.
Marc Maillot, SFDAS Director
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
The following publication may be of interest to you. Please see the attachment for further details and ordering information.
The first volume in a new series ArS – Archäologie im Sudan“ – „Archéologie au Soudan“ – „Archaeology in the Sudan“ is now available. It is entitled Naga – Skulptur, by Dietrich Wildung. The series editor is Sylvia Schoske.
The following online publication of may be of interest to you:
It is our pleasure to announce the online publication of Volume 5 of Dotawo: A Journal of Nubian Studies, a collection of studies on Nubian women, guest-edited by Anne Jennings.
You can find Volume 5 online at https://digitalcommons.fairfield.edu/djns/.
Publication of the print edition of Volume 5 through our partners at Punctum Press will follow shortly.
Giovanni Ruffini & Vincent van Gerven Oei
The following new online publication may be of interest to you. It is open-access, focuses on archaeology in Sudan and was guest-edited by Gabrielle Choimet and Marc Maillot.
Hors-série n°3 sur l’archéologie française au Soudan par Routes de l’Orient
It can also be accessed via the web site of the French Archaeological Unit (SFDAS).
The following publication is now available online and may be of interest to you:
An electronic book, The Toponymy of an Endangered Nubian Language by Dr. Abdel Halim SABBAR (2018), ISBN: 978-1-9998425-1-2, is now online for downloading from the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names at the following link.
Or access UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms > Home. Click on ‘Publications’. Download ‘The Toponymy of an Endangered Nubian Language’.