Explore Nubian Cultures and Histories through Music, Photography, and Material Culture
Aswan Music Project مشروع اسوان للموسيقى “…The Aswan Music Project aims to promote the emergence and amplification of a “musical civil society” in Aswan: a socially extensive and extensible, culturally and economically vital and viable, locally sustainable social layer in the Governorate, rooted in Aswanese and Egyptian musical traditions, and creatively extended via exposure to diverse global musical currents.”
Denise M Doxey et al (2018). Arts of Ancient Nubia. Boston, MA: MFA Publications.
Robert Dvorak et al (2015). Sudanese Nubia. Portrait of a Vanishing Culture. Khartoum: Dal Group.
Marjorie Fisher et al (2012). Ancient Nubia: African Kingdoms on the Nile. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press.
Tomomi Fushiya et al (2021). Old Dongola: Continuity and Change from the Medieval Period to the 21st century =دنقلا العجوز: الاستمرارية والتغيرات من فترة العصور الوسطى إلى القرن الواحد والعشرين. Warsaw: Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw. available online
Herman Bell (2009). Paradise Lost = Paradeisos dappolin : Nubia before the 1964 Hijra. Khartoum: Dal Group.
Hassan Dafalla (1975). The Nubian Exodus. London: C Hurst.
Robert Fernea et al (1973). Nubians in Egypt: Peaceful People. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Graffiti as Devotion along the Nile : El Kurru, Sudan (exhibition, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan 23 Aug 2019 to 29 Mar 2020)
Ancient Nubia Now (exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston = MFA, 13 Oct 2019-20 Jan 2020)
- A Young Sudanese American Connects Past and Present “Lana Bashir, a student at University of Massachusetts Lowell, discusses her Sudanese heritage and interest in ancient Nubian culture”
- Ancient Nubia Now: Nubia, Egypt, and the Concept of Race “Dr. Shomarka Keita, Research Affiliate in the Department of Anthropology at the Smithsonian Institution, discusses race and antiquity through his perspective as a biological anthropologist.”
- Collection page, Art of Ancient Egypt, Nubia, and the Near East, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Geoff Emberling, “Exhibiting Ancient Africa at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: ‘Ancient Nubia Now’ and Its Audiences,” American Journal of Archaeology 124, 3 (July 2020): 511–519 available online