In this week’s Peopling the Past blog post, we present you with another graduate feature. This week we are highlighting the work of Annissa Malvoisin, a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto, whose research investigates the ceramic production and trade industry during Meroitic Nubia and its potential far-reaching networks linking Nile Valley civilizations Egypt and Nubia to Iron Age West African cultures in Nigeria, Niger, Mali, Ghana, and Libya.
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Blog Post #17: Grad Student Feature with Rachel Dewan
For this week’s blog post, we bring you a grad student feature with Rachel Dewan, Art History PhD candidate at the University of Toronto, and her research on the role and meaning of miniature vessels on Bronze Age Crete.