10 search results for “somaliland” in the Public website
Somaliland Rock Art- Laas Geel, Dhagah Kureh and Dhagah Nabi Gelay
Digitally Preserving Heritage at Risk
Divine Fertility: Practices, Materiality and Sacred Landscapes in the Horn of Africa
This project examines the notion of sacred fertility and sacred landscapes, associated rituals and material culture, both archaeological and ethnographic manifestations in the Horn of Africa.
Heritage under Threat (HuT)
global challenges and possibilities
Sada Mire’s Leiden Experience: "the Johnny Cash of Archaeology"
Pioneering in the archaeology of Somaliland, hosting international TV and radio shows, and producing a very successful MOOC: Dr Sada Mire already has a formidable track record.
Archaeologist Sada Mire hosts radio and TV programmes
Somali archaeology in Somaliland takes centre stage in a BBC World Service radio programme and a China Global Television Networks (CGTN) programme, both presented by archaeologist Sada Mire.
Disseminating the knowledge of Indigenous Peoples
Together with members of indigenous communities Leiden researchers preserve and disseminate philosophical, historical and medical knowledge.
Sada Mire selected for the international Hay Festival list of 30 thinkers and philosophers
The Hay Festival brings readers and writers together to share stories and ideas in sustainable events around the world. The festivals inspire, examine and entertain, inviting participants to imagine the world as it is and as it might be.
UNESCO-debat over werelderfgoed
- Somali Day. Culture and politics through the lens of Somali literature and orature