Excavating Kush @ ASU

Should you be at Appalachian State University on October 5!

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3 thoughts on “Excavating Kush @ ASU

  1. Hi. I have a 7-year-old who is interested in archeologist but is not so fond of anything too scary. Do you think your talk at Appalachian this Thursday be okay for a child to attend?

    • My lecture is for the general public (no prior knowledge of ancient Nubia necessary) and is more about my archaeological work and discoveries at specific sites. Your child will discover what it’s like on a dig in Sudan, even if some of the finer details are beyond them.
      Also, I don’t think it’s scary, but I do have a small photo of our amphibian friend, Jabba the Toad on one of the slides!
      Professor Stephenson tells me that children are welcome at the lecture, with the usual expectation that everyone attending must be quiet during the presentation.

  2. Pingback: Jabba the Toad | An Archaeologist's Diary

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