Attend the Barbara W. Herman Memorial Lecture, “Ancient Nubia: New Ideas, New Discoveries,” then gather with other educators for discussion and brainstorming session over light refreshments. Come early to see the exhibition “Ancient Nubia Now.” This exciting afternoon of talks about ancient Nubia features top international scholars in the field. Hear about the latest results from excavations and new proof of interconnectivity between Egypt and Nubia, and learn about the brilliant statesmanship of King Taharqa, the Nubian king who is mentioned in the Bible.
Note: reserving your ticket for this workshop will also reserve your seat for the lecture.
Jeremy W. Pope, associate professor, Lyon Gardiner Tyler Department of History, College of William & Mary
Stuart Tyson Smith, professor and associate chair, Department of Anthropology, University of California
Kathryn E. Howley, Lila Acheson Wallace Assistant Professor of Ancient Egyptian Art, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU