Jul 4, 2010


I: Personal Data:
Name : Azhari Mustafa Sadig Ali
Date of and Place of Birth : 11.7.1973. Khartoum.
Nationality : Sudanese
Marital status : Married and Father of 2 Children, born 2005, 2007.
Address : P.O. Box 321, Khartoum, Sudan
E-mail: drazhari2@hotmail.com
Mobile: 00 249 9 12690604

II: Qualification:
PhD
1. Specialization: Prehistoric Archaeology
2. Date: 2004
3. University of Khartoum – Sudan
4. Title of the Thesis: The Neolithic of Nubia and Central Sudan. An Intra-Regional Approach.
MA
1. Specialization: Prehistoric Archaeology
2. Date: 2000
3. University of Khartoum – Sudan
4. Title of the thesis: The Discontinuity of Human Settlement in Central Sudan between 2250 B.C – 1000 B.C
BA
1. Specialization: Archaeology
2. BA Honors. First Class
3. Date: 1996
4. University of Khartoum, Sudan.

III: Academic Career:
1. 1997-2001: Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of Khartoum.
2. 2001-2004: Lecturer, Dept. of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of Khartoum.
3. 2004 to present: Assistant professor, Dept. of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of Khartoum.
currently: Visiting professor: Universitaet zu Koeln. Institut fuer Ur- und Fruehgeschichte. Forschungsstelle Afrika. Jennerstrasse 8. 50823 Koeln (Wintter S. Oct. 2010-April 2011)

IV: Teaching:
1. Courses at University of Khartoum, Faculty of Arts:
a. Prehistoric Archaeology
b. Methods and Techniques of Archeology
c. History of Archaeology
d. Archaeological Settlement Patterns
e. Ethnoarchaeology
f. Experimental Archaeology
g. Museology
h. Ancient Technology
i. Sudan Archaeology
2. Courses at other Sudanese Universities:
a. Evolution of Man and Culture
b. History of Archaeological Research
c. Paleolithic Age of Africa
d. Paleolithic Age of Europe.
e. Sudan Archaeology
f. Methods and Techniques of Archaeology
3. Dissertations’ Supervision.
4. Universal: Visiting professor: Universitaet zu Koeln. Institut fuer Ur- und Fruehgeschichte. Forschungsstelle Afrika. Jennerstrasse 8. 50823 Koeln

V. Archaeological Field Experience:
1. Archaeological Field Directorship:
a. 2004-Present: Field Director: Survey and Excavation, Neolithic Sites, Mahas Survey.
b. 2005-Present: Field Director: Archaeological Excavation of Neolithic Sites, Ancient Meroe Area.
c. Oct-Nov. 2006: Field Director: Rescue Excavation at Abu Fatima Site, Mahas Survey, Oct-Nov. 2006.
2. Archaeological Training:
a. Field Training of Students in Excavations and Archaeological Survey and visits to Archaeological Sites
b. Practical Training of Students of Dept. of Archaeology, University of Khartoum in Archaeological Drawing, Mapping, Analysis, and Archaeological Computer Techniques.
3. Membership of Archaeological Teams:
a. 1997 to 1998: Prehistoric Sites Supervisor; The White Nile Project; A Joint Project between the Department of History – Faculty of Education, University of Khartoum and the National Cooperation of Antiquities and Museums.
b. 2000-Present: The Archaeological National Joint Project (ANJP) to the 5th Cataract Region ; A Joint Project between the Department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum, and University of Wadi Al Nil.
c. Oct.-November. 2003: The Survey of Wadi Muggadam and Amri. A Joint Project between the National Cooperation of Antiquities and Museums and the French Unit. Northern State.
d. 2006-Present: The Archaeological and Cultural Survey of the Northern Dongola Reach, West Bank, from el-Khandaq to Hannek. Department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum Project. Northern State.
e. 2008-Present: the Archaeological, Ethnographical and Ecological Project of El-Gaab Basin in Western Dongola. Department of Archaeology, University of Khartoum Project. Northern State.


VI: Post-Graduate Students Supervision:
Supervision of the following Students:
a. Intisar Taj Esir. University of Khartoum, MA. In Archaeology. Title of the Thesis: Bronze Age Cultures of Upper Nubia. (Under Preparation)
b. Mohammed Al Fatih Hayati. University of Khartoum. MA. In Archaeology. Title of the Thesis: The Cultural Aspects of the Northern Blue Nile during the Mesolithic Period. (Under Preparation)


VII: Research and Publication:
1. Published Books and Field Reports:
a. 2003: Ali Osman and Mohamed, Azhari Mustafa Sadig and Mohammed Ahmed Abd El Mageed: The Archaeological National Joint Project (ANJP) to the 5th Cataract Region. Dar Al Anwar. Syria. (In Arabic).
b. 2000-2005: Co-author: Mahas Survey Archaeological Reports. 2000-2005. Cambridge. England. (In English).
c. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2009. The Neolithic of the Middle Nile Region. An An Archaeology of Central Sudan and Nubia. Nile Basin Research Programme Publications. University of Bergen. Norway. 2009. (In English).
http://nile.uib.no/publications/index.php#neolithic
2. Published Articles:
Available: Click to view the file:a. 2003: Ali Osman and Mohamed, Azhari Mustafa Sadig and Mohammed Ahmed Abd El Mageed: The Archaeological National Joint Project (ANJP) to the 5th Cataract Region. Dar Al Anwar. Syria. (In Arabic).
b. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2005: Neolithic Pottery from the Third Cataract Region. Adumatu, A Semi-Annual Archaeological Refereed Journal on the Arab World. Saudi Arabia. Issue No. 12. July 2005. PP: 47-59. (In English).
c. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2005: Es-Sour. A Late Neolithic Site near Meroe. Sudan and Nubia. The Sudan Archaeological Research Society. British Museum. London. Issue No.9. PP:40-46. (In English).
d. 2006: Azhari Mustafa Sadig and Jamal Jaafar Abbas: The Role of Archaeological Theories and Approaches in the Interpretation of Burials in the Ancient Sudan. Adumatu, A Semi-Annual Archaeological Refereed Journal on the Arab World. Saudi Arabia. Issue 13. 2006. (in Arabic)
e. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2008. Es-Sour: a Neolithic Site near Meroe, Sudan. Antiquity Project Gallery. Antiquity. Vol. 82. Issue. 316. England. June 2008. (In English).
Check original: http://www.antiquity.ac.uk/ProjGall/sadig/index.html
f. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2008: Pottery from the Neolithic Site of es-Sour. Sudan and Nubia. The Sudan Archaeological Research Society. British Museum. London. Issue No.12 . PP: 13-16. (In English).
g. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2008: Towards Study of the Social Organization and Settlement Patterns of the Neolithic Communities in Central Sudan. Adumatu, A Semi-Annual Archaeological Refereed Journal on the Arab World. Saudi Arabia. Issue. No. 18. PP: 7-26. (In English).
h. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2009. Preliminary Observations on the Neolithic Settlement Patterns in Central Sudan. SAHARA. Prehistory and History of Sahara. Italy. No.20. P.P. 31-56. (Abstract Only)
i. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2009: Neolithic Adaptations and Subsistence Economy in the Middle Nile Region, Sudan. Nile Basin Research Programme Publications. University of Bergen. Norway. 2009. (In English).
j. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2010: Neolithic Settlement Patterns and Cultural Sequence of Nubia (Northern Sudan). SAHARA. Prehistory and History of Sahara. Italy. No.21. P.P. 117-140. (In English). (Abstract Only)
K. Es-Sour, a Late Neolithic site in the neighborhood of Meroe. First and second seasons 2005–2006. Between the Cataracts 2. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference for Nubian Studies Warsaw University 27 August - 2 September 2006 . 47-54
L. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2011: Defining the Neolithic of the Sudan. Adumatu, A Semi-Annual Archaeological Refereed Journal on the Arab World. Saudi Arabia. Issue No. 23. Jan 2011. PP: 7-40. (In English). Abstract: http://www.adumatu.org/en/issues/issue23_6.html
L. Fourthcoming:Azhari Mustafa Sadig. 2009: 2000 Years of Cultural Gap in the Post-Neolithic of Central Sudan. Presented to 11th Conference of Meroitic Studies. Vienna- Austria. 2009. (In English).
3. Papers presented at conferences (Un-published):
a. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. Nationalist Archaeological Projects in the Northern State: Sudan. Case Study: The Mahas Survey. Presented to the Workshop on the Development of Archaeology and Tourism in Northern State. University of Dongola. Department of Archaeology. 31 Oct. – 3 Nov. 2001. (In Arabic).
b. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. The Neolithic of the Third Cataract Region. Presented to the SAFA2004 Conference. Bergin, Norway. Abstract Presented in Nyame Akuma No. 6. 2004. PP. 50-78. (In English).
c. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. The Role of Archaeological Theories and Approaches in the Interpretation of Burials in the Ancient Sudan. Presented to the Arab Archaeologists Union. Cairo. Egypt. 2004. (In Arabic).
d. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. Es-Sour: A Late Neolithic Site in the Neighborhood of Meroe. First and Second Seasons. 2005-2006. Presented to the 11th Conference of Nubian Studies. Warsaw. Poland. (In English).
e. Azhari Mustafa Sadig. The Neolithic Habitation of es-Sour. Central Sudan. First-Third Seasons: 2005-2007. Presented to the International Symposium. Prehistory of Northeastern Africa - New Ideas and Discoveries. Poznań. Poland. 2007. (In English).
f. In Press: Child-Burials; a Funerary Practice in the Middle Nile Region. Evidence from the Late Neolithic Site of es-Sour. Presented to The 12th International Conference of the Society for Nubian Studies. A conference at the British Museum Sunday 1 August – Friday 6 August 2010.
4. Book: The Neolithic of the Middle Nile Region An Archaeology of Central Sudan and Nubia. Available online: https://bora.uib.no/handle/1956/3988
See Also: http://azharisadig.blogspot.com/p/my-first-book.html
5. Un-published Manuscripts:
a. Azhari Mustafa Sadig and Wasil Hassan Elaagip. One Hundred Definitions of Archaeology: Dept. of Archaeology. Khartoum. 1999. (In Arabic).
b. Ali Osman M. Salih and Azhari Mustafa Sadig. Archaeology and Ancient Settlement in the Mahas Region. With Ali Osman. Mohammed Salih. Khartoum. Sudan.2007. (In Arabic).

VIII: Academic and Administrative Contribution:
1. Department:
a. 2002-2009: The Secretary of Department of Archaeology Board. University of Khartoum
b. 2002-2010: Coordinator of the Dept. Curricula Committee.
c. Preparation of Draft Training Fieldwork Reports.
d. Preparation of Manuscripts as Teaching Aids on the Latest Theoretical and Practical Developments in Archaeology. 
2. Faculty:
a. 2005-Present: Member of Editorial Board, Adab: Journal of the Faculty of Arts – University of Khartoum. Designer and Supervisor of ADAB Journal web site: www.adabjournaluofk.com 3. University:
b. 1998-1999.University of Khartoum: Conveyor of the Secretariat and Reception of the Conference of African Civilization into the 21st Century. State of Research and Future Prospects. University of Khartoum.

IX: Community Service: 
Preparation and Mounting of Present Updatable Poster Exhibitions on the Mahas Survey Archaeological Discoveries for all Schools in the Region starting 2000 to Present.


X: International Hounors: 
Recipient of a Grant from the Nile Basin Research Programme. Strategic, Multidisciplinary Programme for Research and Education on Topics related to the Nile Basin. Bergen. Norway. Jan-June 2008.


XI. Others
• Membership of Academic, Scientific Committees & Organizations:
a. Member of the Arab Archaeologists Union. Cairo. 2004-Now
b. Member of SAFA Society (Society of Africanists Archaeologists). 2004
c. Member of Society for Nubian Studies 
• Participation in conferences and scientific symposium:
a. 2001: The Workshop on the Development of Archaeology and Tourism in Northern State. University of Dongola. Department of Archaeology.
b. 2004: The SAFA2004 Conference. Bergin, Norway.
c. 2004: The 7th Meeting of the Arab Archaeologists Union. Cairo.
d. 2006: The 11th Conference of Nubian Studies. Warsaw. Poland.
e. 2007: International Symposium. Prehistory of Northeastern Africa - New Ideas and Discoveries. Poznań.
f. 2008: The Workshop of the Nile Basin Programme of the University of Bergen, Norway. Rwanda.
g. 2008: The 11th Conference of Meroitic Studies. Vienna- Austria.
h. 2009: The Nile Basin Research Conference. Dar Al Salam Tanzania. June 8-11.
i. 2010: The Man and Environment Conference. Al Jouf. Saudi Arabia. 2010
J. 2010: The 12th International Conference of the Society for Nubian Studies. A conference at the British Museum
Sunday 1 August – Friday 6 August 2010.

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