Professional Education for Afghan Cultural Heritage Faculty at the University of Arizona

Posted in: Ancient Near East Today, ASOR
Tags: Afghan, Afghanistan, Atifa Rawan, culture, Heritage, Higher education, Kabul University, Nancy Odegaard, R. Brooks Jeffery, Suzanne E. Bott, University of Arizona

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May Ancient Near East Today

By: Suzanne E. Bott, R. Brooks Jeffery, Atifa Rawan, and Nancy Odegaard

Archaeologists estimate there are more than 5000 archaeological sites in Afghanistan, but not all have been identified. And after three decades of war and neglect, Afghan sites and artifacts are in serious need of trained staff, proper site management, security, funding, national and international commitment, and development (more…)

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