University of Exeter, HuSS
Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies
Exeter, EX4 4ND
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Dr Ahmed Hussein Abd El-Rahman Adam
Honorary Research Fellow, University of Khartoum, Sudan
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
2008: Ph.D. - Department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan.
2005: M.A. - Department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan.
2000:B.A. (HONS), Grade Two Division One. - Department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan.
Field Work Experience:
- Member of the Archaeological and Heritage Survey of the Third Cataract area; a participating Member for Nine Seasons. April 2010.
- The Field Deputy Director of the Red Sea Project Between the University of Khartoum, the National Corporation for Antiquities and Museums, and the British Institute of East Africa. January 2010.
- Member of Al-Gaab, West of Dongola Depression Archaeological Survey Project. December 2009 - 2010
- Conduction of a comprehensive Archaeological Survey of Gezira Aba. January 2009.
- Participation in the Project of Archaeological Survey for Assessing the Antiquities of the Second and Third Cataract Area for the execution of Dal and Kajbar Dams, June 2008.
- Deputy Field Director for Khandaq Archaeological and Social Development Project, March 2008.
- Participation in the Project of Archaeological Survey of Kareema-Nawa Highway, August 2007.
- Responsible Since for the Field Training (Advanced Excavations) for 4th year students, department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum. February 2007.
- Joint Responsibility Since for Management of Cultural and archaeological Sources field Training for 5th year students, department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum. January 2007.
- Responsible for Field Work (Archaeological Survey and Basic Excavations) for the 3rd year students, department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum. June 2006.
- Participating Member in the White Nile Archaeological Survey and Salvation Excavation Project for Three Seasons. May 2006.
- Participation in the Project of the Archaeological Survey and Rescue Excavation of the Antiquities of Kerma-Argin pipe Line between University of Khartoum and the National Corporation for Antiquities and Museums. 2003.
- The Field Deputy-Director of Khartoum University Project, the National Corporation of Antiquities and Museums, and Wadi Al-Neel University: Archaeological and Cultural Survey of the Fifth Cataract Area. 2002.
Research Interests :
-Ahmed’s academic interests in Medieval and Post-Medieval Archaeology (christian and islamic archaeology). and Techniques of Archaeological Survey and excavations.
- Exploring maritime cultures through ethnography and technology in eastern sudan.
-Try to search for maritime activities in the white nile at the medieval and post- medieval period through the identification of boats,barge,and schooner which brought during the colonial and subsequent periods.
- The Material Culture of Fung Sate. , Adab Journal, Faculty of Arts. University of Khartoum, 2011.
- Sources of Studying the Medieval Period in Sudan. Adumatu Journal. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Riyadh. January 2011.
- The Archaeological and Historical Significance of Old Dongola Site. The Journal of Arab Archaeologists Conference, Cairo, November 2009.
- The Cultural Significance of North Fung Region, Adab Journal, University of Dongola, 2010.
- A paper Entitled: Archaeology Evidence of Arabic and Islamic Calligraphy in Sudan: The Journal of Arab Archaeologists Conference, Cairo 2008.
- The Role of Archaeology in National Education.
- The Physical Evidence of the Expansion of Fung between the Fourth and the third Cataracts.
- Towards on Approach for Studying the Medieval Period and Post-Medieval Period in Sudan.
- Water Management in Ancient Periods (Wadies and Hafirs for examples).
- The archaeological and historic of Agig port- eastern Sudan.
- Excavation at Shafa'i Mosque – Suakin
- The archaeological Evidence for medieval period in eastern Sudan
Management and protection of archaeological sites Case study Nauri site.
Conferences and symposia:
2010: Conference of Arab Archaeologists - Tripoli – Libya.
2010: Conference of the Archaeology and the environment in the Arab world Al-Jouf - Saudi Arabia
2009, 2008, 2007: Conference of Arab Archaeologists - Cairo – Egypt.
2007: Suakin archaeological work shop - McDonald Institute for Archaeology - Cambridge – UK.
2005: Conference of the Fung Sultanate of five hundred years to establish the Sultanate –Blue Nile state- Damazine – Sudan.
- Seminar the Nile Basin Research Program - University of Khartoum University of Bergin, Norway - Khartoum - June 2010
- The Ottoman frontiers - the British Academy - London 2007.