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Marsal School's involvement in U-M Humanities Collaboratory's “Narrating Nubia” project is showcased in exhibit at the Duderstadt Center Gallery

October 04, 2023

The exhibit will be on display October 3-27, 2023.


To celebrate the conclusion of the three-year collaborative research project, “Narrating Nubia: The Social Lives of Heritage,” the Kelsey Museum has announced the opening of an exhibit at Duderstadt Center Gallery, located on the University of Michigan’s North Campus. 

“Narrating Nubia” is a project funded by the U-M Humanities Collaboratory that focuses on developing ways to move beyond the colonial past of archaeology and cultural anthropology. The exhibit showcases work by faculty from the Departments of Anthropology, Afro-American and African Studies, Women's and Gender Studies, and the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, along with the Nubia Odyssey project, sponsored by the Interactive Communications & Simulations project of the Marsal Family School of Education (ES).

The exhibition runs from October 3–27, 2023 and is free and open to the public. The gallery is open in the afternoons from 12–6 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday.

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