Join us in August for our last talk of the summer to hear the latest updates on work at the site of El-Hibeh by Dr. Carol Redmount, Professor of Near Eastern Studies at the University of California, Berkeley and Director of the El-Hibeh Project. Dr. Redmount will present an informal talk in the Near and … Continue reading C. Redmount “Academic Legos: Hibeh’s Sheshonq I Temple”
Join us for this special summer talk in collaboration with the Toronto Humane Society by the SSEA's Gayle Gibson on Saturday, July 20th. We look forward to welcoming you: reserve your ticket for this lecture on Eventbrite (coming soon). Who? Gayle Gibson When? Saturday, July 20th, at 6 PM Where? Toronto Humane Society 11 River … Continue reading G. Gibson “Best Friends Forever: Dogs & Cats in Ancient Egypt”
Join us in May for our last talk of the season to hear the latest updates on work at the site of Arab al-Hisn by Dr. Mamdouh El-Damaty, Former Minister of Antiquities in Egypt and current Professor at Ain Shams University. We look forward to welcoming you: reserve your ticket for this lecture on Eventbrite. The … Continue reading M. El-Damaty “Secrets of Egyptian Antiquities – New Discoveries”
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Lyn Green for a two-week course in May 2019. She will be teaching a course on Egyptomania: The Fashion for All Things Egyptian.
Join us in April for our last talk of the season, delving into the construction and deconstruction of the afterlife during Egypt's New Kingdom as explained by Dr. Joshua Roberson. We look forward to welcoming you! Reserve your ticket on Eventbrite. Who? Dr. Joshua Roberson (University of Memphis) When? Friday, April 26 at 7.30 pm Where? … Continue reading J. Roberson “Practical Apotheosis: Becoming God and (De-)Constructing the Afterlife in Egypt’s New Kingdom”