This research project aims to enhance the traditional methodologies of textual analysis by leveraging the potential of digital methodologies to study 210 unpublished cuneiform tablets from the Ur III period ...read more
This project aims at rethinking ways of reading and writing change in African gender history. Looking at oral historical narratives and the transgenerational communication of historical knowledge among the Yaawo-speaking ...read more
This project concerns the practice of excluding women or men from religious sites and religious practices in Japan, and the complex interconnections among religion, traditions, and cultural heritage in the ...read more
Au Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale, aujourd’hui Africamuseum à Tervuren en Belgique qui se réorganise et redéfinie sa mission se trouve une sculpture « infamante » présentant un anioto, un ...read more
Modern scholarship has examined political violence in the Late Roman Empire (late fourth to early sixth centuries CE) primarily as the result of mass migration processes, or as the self-evident ...read more
This PhD investigates Tanzania's covert politics through a focus on Bhoke Munanka's role in nationalism during the colonial era and Tanzania's post-colonial development through a thematically focused biographical approach.