ARCE in the News
ARCE News and Media Coverage
ARCE Featured on Discovery
ARCE's Executive Director was interviewed for the Discovery Channel's most recent episode of Mummies Unwrapped, which premiered on May 30, 2019. To watch the full episode, click here.
ARCE's Field Schools Featured on CNN
ARCE's Field Schools have been featured on CNN International's Inside Africa. The episode aired on May 24, 2019 and highlighted ARCE's work to build capacity in the Egyptian archaeological community. To watch the full episode, click here.
King Tut's Sisters Took the Throne Before He Did, Controversial Claim Says - Live Science
"Angenot presented her research, which has yet to be published in a peer-reviewed journal, at the annual meeting of the American Research Center in Egypt, held April 12-14 in Alexandria, Virginia." To read more, click here.
ARCE Fellow Mohamed Elshahed Curates Egypt Pavilion for New York Design Week - Egyptian Streets
The "(re)New (re)Work" Egyptian pavilion was designed by former fellow Mohamed Elshahed at WantedDesign for New York Design Week. To read more, click here.
ARCE RSM New York University Discovers Temple Palace in Abydos - Newsweek
The New York University mission in Abydos, directed by previous ARCE President Dr. Sameh Iskander, discovered a temple palace belonging to Ramses II. The event was covered by Newsweek magazine. To read more, click here.
ARCE's Conservation and 3D Scanning of the Red Monastery - Forbes
On January 20, 2018, Forbes featured ARCE's 15-year conservation project at the Red Monastery in Sohag as part of its coverage in Innovation and Science. The article includes a video of the 3D scans that ARCE carried out at the Monastery. To read more, click here.
ARCE's Site Management and Conservation Field Schools at Khonsu Temple - Archaeology Travel
ARCE's intensive conservation and site management project at Khonsu Temple in the Karnak Temple complex in Luxor was covered by Archaeology Travel. To read more, click here.