Samantha Tipper holds a PhD in Archaeology from the University of Durham. Currently, she is a lecturer and deputy program lead in the School of Life Science at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. Samantha is a bioarchaeologist and paleopathologist with experience in both academic and commercial sectors. Her research focuses on the health and daily life in past populations, in particular looking at spinal pathology in ancient Nubia. Samantha founded the annual Sudan Studies Research Conference in 2017.
Sudan, now split into the Republic of Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan, boasts a rich cultural heritage that has in recent years become the increasing focus of an international community of archaeologists, anthropologists and historians. This volume brings together papers presented at the Third Sudan Studies Annual Conference, a unique forum for interdisciplinary work.
A compilation of the latest scientific and archaeological research carried out by scholars working in Sudan, providing an insight into the daily life and health of ancient Nubians.
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