28

Jan
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ARCE NY Chapter: Aesop, Egypt, and the Origins and Reception of Fables

Presented by: Dr. Jennifer Miyuki Babcock; Adjunct Instructor at the Fashion Institute of Technology, a Visiting Assistant Professor at Pratt University, and an adjunct faculty member at The New School

  • 2:00 PM New York
  • Online-Zoom

30

Jan
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ARCE Open Public Lecture: “Does the Past Have a Future? The Work of the Theban Mapping Project”

Presented by: Dr. Kent Weeks; Emeritus Professor of Egyptology at the American University in Cairo and the founding director of the Theban Mapping Project

  • 1:00 PM
  • Online-Zoom

30

Jan
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ARCE Georgia Chapter: Research on Phases of the Osiris Temple at Abydos

Presented by: Dr. Michelle Marlar of Houston Community College, Houston, Texas

  • 4:00 PM Georgia
  • Online-Zoom

04

Feb
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ARCE Open Public Lecture: Egyptian Rule and Canaanite Resistance as Seen from Jaffa

In Honor of Norma Kershaw

Presented by: Aaron A. Burke; Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
University of California, Los Angeles

  • 1:00 PM Orange County, CA
  • Online-Zoom

06

Feb
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ARCE Chicago Chapter: Mummy Mapping as a Tool in Egyptological Research

Presented by: Dr. Jonathan P. Elias; Director, Akhmim Mummy Studies Consortium, Carlisle Pennsylvania

5PM Central Time

  • 6:00 PM Illinois
  • Online-Zoom

06

Feb
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ARCE Members Only Lecture: Rosetta Project: Change in Action at the Amasili House

Presented by: Mohamed Kenawi and Cristina Mondin.

  • 1:00 PM
  • Online-Zoom

11

Feb
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ARCE Northwest Chapter: No One Will Do This For Us, Intellectuals of African Descent and the Nile Valley in the Early 20th Century

Presented by: Dr. Vanessa Davies
Intellectuals of African Descent and the Nile Valley in the Early 20th Century

Co-sponsors: ARCE Oregon Chapter, Dept. of Near Eastern Languages & Civilization, Univ. of Washington, and the Middle East Studies Center – Portland State University

  • 6:00 PM Northwest
  • Online-Zoom

13

Feb
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ARCE Georgia Chapter: James Breasted and the Beginning of American Egyptology

Presented by: Dr. Emily Teeter; Oriental Institute, University of Chicago(Retired)

  • 4:00 PM Georgia
  • Online-Zoom

20

Feb
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ARCE Open Public Lecture: Hands unto Ethiopia: The First African Americans to Visit Nubia

Lecture 3 of the Africa Interconnected Series
Presented by: Dr. Jeremy Pope; Associate Professor in the Department of History at the College of William & Mary

  • 1:00 PM
  • Online-Zoom

20

Feb
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ARCE PA Chapter: “Priestess, Queen, Goddess: The Divine Feminine in the Kingdom of Kush”

Presented by: Dr. Solange Ashby; Barnard College, New York

  • 3:30 PM Pennsylvania
  • Online-Zoom