As part of our mission statement, the Toronto Chapter organizes three series of lectures each year to correspond with the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Most events are free and open to the public, and they represent Egyptological scholarship worldwide. In order to keep all our members safe during these uncertain times, all Fall 2020 … Continue reading 2020-2021 Lecture Calendar
Join us for our March 2019 talk, delving into the life of 19th Dynasty Pharaoh Ramesses I, his unexpected identification at the Niagara Falls Museum, and subsequent journey home by the SSEA's own Gayle Gibson. It will take place on Thursday, March 7, at 7:30 pm. We look forward to seeing you there! Reserve your seat … Continue reading G. Gibson “Ramesses I: The Pharaoh from the Falls”
Join Gayle Gibson of the Royal Ontario Museum for some exciting lectures that will take place between December 2020 and March 2021. Check out the link at the top of the page for more information and registration links.
In order to keep all our members safe during these uncertain times, all Fall 2020 lectures will be hosted through the Zoom platform. To join our Zoom Lecture, you can go to zoom.us and click "Join A Meeting," or click the link below. Meeting Room ID and Password will be provided on the morning of … Continue reading Fall 2020 Lecture Calendar
Due to the continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the SSEA Toronto Chapter has decided to cancel all remaining events for the Spring 2020 calendar. This includes the New Years Dinner in July and all summer programming. The May lecture to be given by Sherine El Sabaie will be postponed to the Fall. We thank all our … Continue reading Spring/Summer 2020 Updates
Join us on November 14 for a lecture given by Dr. Brandi Hill. Dr. Brandi Hill received her Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Egyptology from Swansea University this past July. She began her exploration of Twelfth Dynasty royal female art at theUniversity of Memphis where she completed her Master’s degree in Art History at the … Continue reading Brandi Hill: “Visualizing Power: Researching Representations of Twelfth Dynasty Royal Women”