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Archaeologist Debora Heard discusses past approaches to understanding this ancient culture and why its importance in history was often unfairly overlooked.

Unearthing Ancient Nubia: Photographs from the Harvard University—Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition:
https://www.mfa.org/collection....s/publications/unear

Learn more about Adornment | Artifact:
https://www.adornmentartifact.org

The William Leo Hansberry Society:
https://hansberrysoc.org/our-team

This program was presented at the Getty Villa and Online on Saturday, January 21, 2023, https://www.getty.edu/visit/ca....l/events/ev_3756.htm and complements the exhibitions "Adornment ⏐ Artifact," https://www.adornmentartifact.org and "Nubia: Jewels of Ancient Sudan, From the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston," https://www.getty.edu/art/exhi....bitions/nubian_jewel

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#GettyMuseum #DeboraHeard #AncientNubia

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Stereoscopic photography rapidly became a worldwide craze after the Great Exhibition of 1851. Cheap viewers and mass-produced stereographs brought startlingly vivid images within reach of a mass audience, making this the form in which most people first encountered photography a fact largely ignored in conventional photographic history.

Like the commercial suppliers of Magic Lantern slides, stereograph publishers offered systematic coverage of many subjects, even claiming that to visit remote countries by stereo was better than risking the journey.

The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: https://www.gresham.ac.uk/lect....ures-and-events/the-

Gresham College has offered free public lectures for over 400 years, thanks to the generosity of our supporters. There are currently over 2,500 lectures free to access. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn from some of the greatest minds. To support Gresham's mission, please consider making a donation: https://gresham.ac.uk/support/

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As part of the celebration of Ms. magazine's 40th anniversary, Gloria Steinem delivered a lecture in the Vassar Chapel on September 19, 2012. She spoke about prevailing barriers to equality—including what she called a "backlash" against reproductive freedom—and argued that changing the paradigms around work and gender would benefit both men and women.

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A 2007 assessment by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change found that rural women in developing countries are among the most vulnerable groups to the consequences of climate change. In their lecture, “Women’s Participation in Food Justice: Developing Transnational Solidarity," MTSO Assistant Professor of Theology, Ecology and Race Elaine Nogueira-Godsey and Ohio State University doctoral student Kelsey Ryan-Simkins offers actions those in North America can take in solidarity with those who struggle with food injustice.

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“Once you’re married, that’s just the end of your football career”. That really hit home for me, as I was chatting to Amy.

Amy’s football journey began when she was 7 years old. She developed her skills playing with boys in the neighbourhood where she grew up in Kenya.

Now she’s the captain of South Sudan’s national women’s team, and the Ambassador of Women’s Football for South Sudan’s Football Association.

In her Ambassador role, she told me she wanted to “inspire girls who have dreams they want to achieve”.

But some communities don’t allow women to play football, “because they believe that women should still be in the house, doing chores, taking care of the family”. So #womeninsport takes on a different meaning…

Please share Amy’s story, and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

To follow the South Sudan women’s team, they’re on Twitter and Instagram @SSFAWomen, and to read more about South Sudan’s new women’s football strategy, check out this article on the FIFA website:
https://www.fifa.com/news/sout....h-sudan-fa-launch-fi

And for loads more #womeninsport conversations, come join our #Huddle Facebook group. Let’s chat!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/431731828319168/

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Inspired by the exhibition, "Ancient Nubia Now," this panel discussion explores how shifting conceptions of the ancient African past have informed contemporary notions of cultural identity from a variety of perspectives.

Barry Gaither, director and curator, National Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA)
Chester Higgins, photographer
Nedra Lee, assistant professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Dalia Habib Linssen, head of Academic Engagement

Friday, October 18, 2019

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Join Dr. Monica Hanna, College of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, in Aswan, Egypt, and moderator Dr. Haitham Eid, Director of the Master of Arts in Museum Studies Program, Southern University at New Orleans, in this virtual lecture presented in conjunction with the special exhibition “Queen Nefertari's Egypt.”

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