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I was interviewed by Jo Lawson-Tancred for this piece on the recently announced long-term loans of looted court regalia to Ghana, recently announced by the British Museum and the V&A.

I was interviewed by The Michigan Daily about a lecture ('Creating Nubia') that I gave at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, on the 19th October 2023. The article also discusses the wider 'Narrating Nubia' project taking place at the university.

I was interviewed for this piece by Esther Widmann ('Die Verlegung der ägyptischen Tempel von Abu Simbel war ein Triumph der Ingenieure – und eine Niederlage für die Beschützer des kulturellen Erbes') on the 55th anniversary of the inauguration of the newly moved temples at Abu Simbel in Egyptian Nubia.

I was interviewed for this piece ('A Weak Cataloguing System Made It Easy to Steal From the British Museum: Institutions Around the Globe Are Reckoning With the Same Vulnerabilities') on the recent discovery of thefts at the British Museum.

I was interviewed for this piece ('"An Iconoclasm: Demolishing Egypt's Heritage for Modernisation') on continued demolitions in Cairo's 'City of the Dead'.

I was interviewed for this piece ('Battling Bulldozers: Cairo's Historical Necropolises Under Threat') on the ongoing demolitions in Cairo's 'City of the Dead', providing wider historical context.

I spoke about my book, Flooded Pasts, with Dr Mohamed Gamal-Eldin for the New Books Network.

I spoke about my work with Dr Amara Thornton for the UCL Institute of Archaeology 'Historians of Archaeology' podcast.

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