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Archaeological missions

The Italian Ethnological Mission in Equatorial Africa is a research group afferent to the Department of Cultures, Politics, and Society of the University of Turin. Officially founded in 1979 by anthropologist Francesco Remotti, it has been active for over forty years in ethnological, ethnomusicological, and ethnohistorical research in Equatorial Africa. Since the early 2000s, the Mission’s research and academic collaboration activities have been focused in Uganda through a team of faculty, researchers, and doctoral students, mainly from the University of Turin and Makerere University. The current director of the Mission is Professor Alessandro Gusman (University of Turin).

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