Sada Mire included in the New Scientist list of Inspiring Women in Science

Ada Lovelace and other inspiring women in science... As a child she was forced to flee Somalia. Now Sada Mire is back, uncovering ancient rock art and ruined towns. She told Curtis Abraham what it’s like to be the only working archaeologist in the region,...

Sada Mire selected for The Hay Festival List of Thinkers

Sada Mire selected for the international Hay Festival list of 30 thinkers and philosophers The Hay Festival brings readers and writers together to share stories and ideas in sustainable events around the world. The festivals inspire, examine and entertain,...

The Powerful Past: history, culture and diplomacy (a concluding keynote at UCL date: 25/05/2018)

Sada will deliver the concluding keynote on "The Powerful Past: history, culture and diplomacy" At the conference UCL and the British Museum in Africa and the Middle East: Current Projects, Future Agendas And for more details here Back to...

Dr Sada Mire honoured for her development of archaeology and tourism in Somaliland

Dr Sada Mire ayaa lagu amaanay oo loogu mahad celiyay howsha ay muddo tobon sano ah ka qabatay horumarinta aasaarta iyo dalxiiska Somaliland. Dr Sada Mire waxay soo bandhigtay cilmibaaris ay ku samaysay goobaha taariikhiga ah ee Somaliland, iyo fursad...

Mogadishu – Heritage and Preservation

Dr Sada Mire is currently the only active archaeologist working in Somalia today. After decades of colonialism, civil conflict and poverty, significant sites of importance in Somalia, both architectural and cultural, have been left to ruin. With her local...

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Sada Mire: Uncovering Somalia’s heritage

Sada Mire fled Somalia's civil war as a child, and lived as a refugee in Sweden. But now she is back in the Horn of Africa as an archaeologist, making some incredible discoveries. Sada Mire is only 35, but she has already revealed a dozen sites that could...

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