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- African Beef Stew with sweet potatoes and mangos, cooked and served in a Pumpkin (dianabuja.wordpress.com)
A focus for those interested in the archaeology and history of Nubia and Sudan.
children in art history
Tracking integrated management of rural landscapes for food production, ecosystem conservation, and sustainable livelihoods.
Keep up to date with the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology
Living and working in sub-Saharan Sudan
The Real England is a concise, direct, and not-so-gentle window into the depths of the leftovers of the world’s once greatest empire. It is told from the perspective of one lone (or not so lone) long term visitor. It informs one of the dregs of the country and helps to explain quaint British oddities such as the crack addicted chav.
Summer school in Egyptology @Unipi
News from and about Rwanda...
Genetics and evolution from my point of view
News and ideas on global science, food and environment issues, by students in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources and the Missouri School of Journalism
Your Knowledge Making History
conversation about reading, especially books about women and diversity, but including anything that excites my curiousity
Mind over chatter since 1905
For a greater understanding of the encultured brain and body...
Essential Insights. Great Debates. Informed Opinions.
letterpress printing and Indian literature
This WordPress.com site is the cat’s pajamas
The latest news on WordPress.com and the WordPress community.
Exploring Art & Archaeology Through the Tomb Raider Series
Burger Perverts Welcome
Whole Grains, Film Grains, Wood Grains, Words and Wanderings by Quelcy T. Kogel
I came, I saw, I photographed... follow me in the footsteps of Hadrian!
The website of Dr. Caroline M. Rocheleau, a real archaeologist. (Really.)
A peer-reviewed journal on food studies for graduate students.