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African Archaeology Group Seminar Series

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The African Archaeology Group (AAG) was set up in 2008 to revive the African Seminar previously established by Dr John Alexander. Its aims are to discuss current research programs and results of Cambridge archaeologists working in Africa, to hold seminars by Africanist speakers, to bridge University departments and research bodies interested in Africa’s past, and to maintain the tradition of Cambridge’s long-standing involvement in African archaeology. We host 3 to 4 seminars at 1pm on every other Tuesday each term with a balance of speakers focusing on different parts of the continents and at different stages of their academic career. Find our current events here:

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