The U-M Department of Anthropology and the U-M Museum of Anthropological Archaeology present a new Lecture Series for 2021: From the “New Archaeology” to Equitable Archaeologies: Global Lessons from Black Scholars

Niche Economy: The Afar Salt Caravan Route and the Political Economy of the Aksumite State (400 BCE-CE 900), Ethiopia
given by Dr. Helina Woldekiros, Assistant Professor, Washington Univ. in St. Louis.

A Historical Ecology of Slavery in the Danish West Indies: An Archaeology of Redress, given by Dr. Justin Dunnavant, Academic Pathways Postdoctoral Fellow, Vanderbilt University

Archaeologies of African Diasporan Reparations, given by Terrance Weik, Associate Professor, Anthropology, University of South Carolina

The Barbarians at the Gate: Early Black Historiographical Attempts to Redefine Nubia's Place in World History, given by Debora Heard, Doctoral Candidate, University of Chicago