ARCE supports diverse forms of research into Egypt's history and culture, and the dissemination of research through publication is an important element of the Center’s mission. Coordinated by a publications office based in Cairo, ARCE's publications comprise books, an annual journal (the first American journal devoted solely to the study of Egypt), a bi-annual bulletin, an annual conservation newsletter, and a quarterly e-newsletter.
Over the last thirty years, ARCE has published more than forty catalogues, conference proceedings, bibliographies, anthologies, excavation reports, and critical editions Browse books>>
The annual Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt is comprised of scholarly manuscripts on a wide range of research subjects pertaining to Egypt. Browse Journals>>
The bi-annual Bulletin of the American Research Center in Egypt is a glossy, full-color publication that informs readers of current research and upcoming events in Egypt and the United States. Browse Bulletins>>
ARCE Conservation is an annual newsletter that provides members with the latest news coming out of ARCE’s Egyptian Antiquities Conservation Project (EAC).
Each year, ARCE publishes a booklet containing the abstracts of all papers presented during the annual meeting. The abstract booklet serves as a record and commemoration of each annual meeting’s scholarly proceedings. Review recent booklets>>
Technical reports compiled following the completion of projects are housed in Cairo and are available to scholars for research purposes.