Origins of the Afro Comb: 6,000 Years of Culture, Politics and Identity, at the Fitzwilliam Museum.

See on Scoop.itEgyptology News

The Fitzwilliam Museum.
Gallery 13 (Mellon) and 8 (Octagon), Free Entry.
2nd July – 3rd November 2013.

The temporary exhibition Origins of the Afro Comb: 6,000 years of Culture, Politics and Identity is displayed across two rooms.

Natalie Letcher‘s insight:

A refreshing contribution to the narrative of ancient Egyptian culture, which addresses and incorporates Kemet within the context of contemporary African studies in a unique way: hair as identity and dialogue.

See on museumegyptology.wordpress.com

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