Vol. 35 The Origins and Afterlives of Kush
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Proceedings of the Origins and Afterlives of Kush Conference 25–27 July 2019 University of California, Santa Barbara.
Edited by P.P. Creasman & S.T. Smith.
Table of Contents
About this Journal
Guide for Contributors
Countering the Racist Scholarship of Morphological Research in Nubia: Centering the “People” in the Past and Present Michele R. Buzon and Jenail Marshall
The Victorious and the Defeated: The Legacy of the Egyptian New Kingdom in Meroitic Martial Imagery Faïza Drici
Rediscovering the Links between the Earthen Pyramids of West Africa and Ancient Nubia: Restoring William Leo Hansberry’s Vision of Ancient Kush and Sudanic Africa Salim Faraji
The Barbarians at the Gate: The Early Historiographic Battle to Define the Role of Kush in World History Debora D. Heard
Ideas about “Race” in Nile Valley Histories: A Consideration of “Racial” Paradigms in Recent Presentations on Nile Valley Africa, from “Black Pharaohs” to Mummy Genomest S. O. Y. Keita
Afterlives of Kerma Religion: Rams, Lions, and Fantastical Winged Animals (Hippopotami and Giraffes) in Classic Kerma and Later Kush Contexts Elizabeth Minor