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Presented By: Department of Anthropology

"The Barbarians at the Gate: Early Black Historiographical Attempts to Redefine Nubia's Place in World History"

Debora Heard, Doctoral Candidate, University of Chicago

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The Museum of Anthropological Archaeology and The Department of Anthropology present:

The "From the 'New Archaeology' to Equitable Archaeologies: Global Lessons from Black Scholars" Series

"The Barbarians at the Gate: Early Black Historiographical Attempts to Redefine Nubia's Place in World History"

Friday, April 2, 2021

3:00 PM

Zoom webinar: https://umich.zoom.us/j/91766825227

Debora Heard, Doctoral Candidate, University of Chicago

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