03

Oct
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Repositioning Egyptologies

Virtual Panel Discussion: Co-Sponsor: History Art Department, State University of New York, Fashion Institute of Technology

  • 3:00 PM New York
  • Online

11

Oct
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Tattooing in Ancient Egypt

Presented by Dr. Anne Austin, University of Missouri-St. Louis

  • 3:00 p.m. Northern California
  • Online-Zoom

16

Oct
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Body Doubles: an Examination of Artificial “Reserve Parts” and the Conceptualization of Post-Mortem Bodily Completeness

Presented by Emily Smith-Sangster, Princeton University PhD student

  • 7:00 PM Washington, DC

16

Oct
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Body Doubles: “Reserve Parts” and Post-Mortem Bodily Completeness

Presented by: Emily G. Smith-Sangster (Ph.D candidate, Princeton)

  • 7:00 PM Washington, DC
  • Online-Zoom

17

Oct
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The People Who Built the Pyramids - How we Know

Presented by - Dr. Mark Lehner, President-Ancient Egypt Research Associates (AERA)

Co-sponsors: Egyptian Department, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Archaeological Institute of America and The AIA New York Society

  • 1:00 PM New York
  • Online

17

Oct
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Primordial Gods of Upper Egypt: Local Cult in Egypt’s Predynastic Period

Dr. Jane Hill, Rowan University

  • 3:30 PM Pennsylvania
  • Online

18

Oct
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Members Only Lecture: Maurice Nahman: Antiquities Collector, Dealer and Authority

Presented by Iman R. Abdulfattah; Ph.D. Candidate in Islamic Art and Archaeology at Universität Bonn and teaches Islamic art and architecture at NYU's School of Professional Studies

  • 3:00 PM
  • Online-Zoom

25

Oct
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Members Only Lecture: Putting Them Back Together Again: The Story of the Old Kingdom Prisoner Statues in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the British Museum

Presented by: Dr. Tara Prakash, Assistant Professor of Ancient Art at the College of Charleston

  • 3:00 PM
  • Online-Zoom

31

Oct
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Open Public Lecture: The Curse of the Black Eggplant: Reconstructing Occult Economies in Late Ottoman Egypt

Presented by: Taylor M. Moore, University of California Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow in the History Department at UC Santa Barbara

  • 1:00 PM
  • Online-Zoom

13

Nov
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Dressing for Death: How to Make and Wear Ancient Egyptian Flint Bangles

Presented by Independent Scholar Beth Hart

  • 7:00 PM Washington, DC