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Directory of North American Egyptologists

Since 1988 the UAEE has published the Directory of North American Egyptologists which provides the names and contact data for professional Egyptologists and current doctoral students in North America, as well as listing current and recent doctoral dissertations in Egyptology. From 1996 to 2014 the DNAE was co-published with the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

The DNAE relies primarily on individuals and institutions to forward their current contact information. However, as of March 2014, we are endeavoring to confirm all of the information provided below, and expect to do so annually. If we are unable to confirm it, a notation will be made.

To contribute, update or remove personal or institutional information please contact the editors:
Pearce Paul Creasman, Editor (2012-present)
Richard H. Wilkinson, Editor (1988-2013)
University of Arizona
Egyptian Expedition
Directory@egypt.arizona.edu

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INDIVIDUALS

ADAMS, Matthew D.

  • Senior Research Scholar, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 1 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10075-0119 USA
  • Voice: 212-992-5880
  • E-Mail: matthew.adams@nyu.edu

ADAMS, Nettie K.

  • Dept. of Anthropology. University of Kentucky. Lexington KY 40506. 606-257-2840.

ADAMS, William Y.

  • Dept. of Anthropology. University of Kentucky. Lexington KY 40506. 606-257-2840.

ALING, Charles F. (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Voice: 612-633-2608.

ALLEN, James P.

  • Wilbour Professor of Egyptology and Chair, Department of Egyptology and Ancient Western Asian Studies, Brown University, Box 1899 Providence, RI 02912
  • Voice: 401-863-3132
  • E-Mail: jamespallen@brown.edu

ALLEN, Susan

  • Senior Research Scholar, Egyptian Art - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, 10028-0198, USA
  • Voice:401-521-1815
  • E-Mail: susanjallen@verizon.net

ANDERSON, David A.

  • Associate Professor of Archaeology, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
  • E-Mail: danderson4@uwlax.edu
  • Comments: Dissertation Title: Power and Competition in the Upper Egyptian Predynastic: A Settlement Perspective. Research Interest: Egypt, Eastern North America, Rise of Cultural Complexity, Cultural Resource Management, Computers in Archaeology

ARNOLD, Dieter

  • Curator, Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10028-0198.
  • Email: dieter.arnold@metmuseum.org

ARNOLD, Dorothea

  • Curator Emeritus, Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art,1000 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10028-0198.
  • Email: dorothea.arnold@metmuseum.org

ASH, Paul S. (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Graduate Division of Religion Callaway Center, Emory University Atlanta GA 30322 USA
  • E-Mail: pash@emory.edu

AUTH, Susan H.

  • Newark Museum. 49 Washington St. P.O.Box 540. Newark NJ 07101. 201-596-6550.

AYAD, Mariam

  • Assistant Director, Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152
  • Also: American University in Cairo
  • E-Mail: mayad@memphis.edu

BADAWI, Sherine

  • PhD candidate, Institute of Fine Arts, 1 East 78th Street, New York, NY, 10021, USA (unconfirmed March 2014)
  • Deputy Director, University of Southern California Center on Public Diplomacy
  • E-Mail: SherineB@aol.com ; sbwalton@usc.edu

BARBASH, Yekaterina

BARD, Kathryn

  • Professor of Archaeology, Department of Archaeology, Boston University, 625 Commonwealth Ave., Boston MA 02215.
  • E-Mail: kbard@bu.edu

BARRETT, Caitlín E.

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Classics, Goldwin Smith Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-3201
  • Email: ceb329@cornell.edu

BASSIR, Hussein

  • PostDoc, University of Arizona, Tree-Ring Lab,1215 E. Lowell Street, Tucson, AZ 85721
  • Email: husseinbassir2001@yahoo.com
  • Comments: Predynastic and archaic Egypt; art and archaeology of the Old and Middle Kingdoms; literature, religion and cultural history of the Middle and the New Kingdoms and Third Intermediate Period and Late Period; the Twenty-first Dynasty; Libyan Period; the funerary architecture, beliefs and mummification of Graeco-Roman Egypt; Nubia; the Egyptian oases; the Delta; Giza, Saqqara, and Memphis; Heliopolis; Sinai; museology; and saving Egyptian heritage.

BAUMANN, Andrew

  • Assistant Director, Health Administration Press, Chicago, IL

BAYUK, Andrew

  • Egyptology Photography and Web Design, 1250 NW 36th Street, Coral Springs, FL, 33065, USA
  • Voice: 954-255-7139
  • E-Mail: Guardian@guardians.net
  • http://guardians.net/egypt/
  • Comments: Pyramid studies; Founded Guardian's Egypt in 1995; Created CyberJourney to Egypt in 1996; Founded The Plateau, Official website of Zahi Hawass in 1998; Founded Egyptologist Online in 2000

BELL, Lanny D.

  • Adjunct Professor of Egyptology, Brown University
  • 26 Ragged Rock Road, Old Saybrook CT 06475. Tel./Fax: 860-388-2037.
  • E-Mail: lannybell@hotmail.com

BERG, David A. (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Office. Redpath Museum. McGill University. 859 Sherbrooke St. West. Montreal, Quebec H3A 2K6 Canada. 514-398-4087. / Egyptian Dept. Royal Ontario Museum. 100 Queen's Park. Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6 Canada. 416-586-5633.

BERGER, Michael

  • Language Faculty Resource Center. Cobb Hall 212. University of Chicago. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9772. 

BERGMAN, Dag

BERGMAN, Diane

BERMAN, Lawrence M.

  • Curator, Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Near Eastern Art, Art of the Ancient World, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115, USA LI>Voice: 617-369-3328
  • Fax: 617-267-8191
  • E-Mail: lberman@mfa.org

BESTOCK, Laurel

  • Vartan Gregorian Assistant Professor of Archaeology and Egyptology, Brown University, Providence, RI
  • voice: 401-863-6291
  • E-Mail: laurel_bestock@brown.edu

BIANCHI, Robert Steven

  • Conservateur en chef and Conservateur, collection antiquités, Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, 12, rue Michel-Servet, Genève, Switzerland
  • 2032 Barracuda Court, Holiday, Florida 34691-9798
  • Voice: 727-938-6169 / 41 (0)58 702 92 04
  • Fax: 727-938-6169 / 41 (0)58 702 99 83
  • E-Mail: thedrbob@verizon.net  /  b.bianchi@fg-art.org

BLEIBERG, Edward

  • Curator, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY, 11238, USA
  • Voice: 718-638-5000 x461

BLITZ, Stephanie (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Deptartment of Near Eastern Studies. University of Toronto. 4 Bancroft Ave. Toronto Ontario M5S 1A1. Canada. 416-978-3180; Fax: 416-978-5294. [Doctoral Candidate]

BOCHI, Patricia A.

BOHAC, Kenneth J. (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

BOHLEKE, Briant

  • Library Director and Archivist, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
  • Voice: 717-338-3018
  • E-Mail: bbohleke@ltsg.edu

BONTTY, Monica

  • Associate Professor of History, University of Louisiana-Monroe
  • Voice: 318-342-1542
  • E-Mail: bontty@ulm.edu

BRAND, Peter

  • Dunavant University Professor, Department of History, University of Memphis, 133 Mitchell Hall, Memphis, TN, 38152, USA
  • Voice:901-678-2521
  • Fax: 902-678-2720
  • E-Mail: pbrand@memphis.edu
  • Comments: Director, Karnak Great Hypostyle Hall Project, Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, University of Memphis.

BREWER, Douglas (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Department of Anthropology. University of Illinois. Urbana IL 61801.

BRIER, Bob

BROCK, Edwin ("Ted") C.

  • Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
  • Home. Cairo. Egypt. 011-20-2-258-5450; Fax: 011-20-2-350-7214.

BROCK, Lyla Pinch

  • Home. Cairo. Egypt. 20-2-258-5450; Fax: 20-2-350-7214.

BROVARSKI, Edward

  • Dept. of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Ancient Near Eastern Art, Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA, 02115, USA
  • E-Mail: edward.brovarski@verizon.net

BROWN, S. Kent (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Brigham Young University, 162 Joseph Smith Building. Provo UT 84602.
  • Voice: 801-378-3167.

BRYAN, Betsy M.

  • Professor of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD, 21218, USA
  • Voice: 410 516-8402
  • Fax: 410 516-5218
  • E-Mail: Betsy.Bryan@jhu.edu

BURSTEIN, Stanley M.

  • Professor Emeritus, Dept. of History. California State University Los Angeles. 5151 State University Dr. Los Angeles CA 90032.
  • Voice: 313-343-2032.
  • E-Mail: sburste@calstatela.edu

BUTZER, Karl W.

CAPEL, Anne K. (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • 4543 Victor Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio, 45242, USA
  • E-Mail: tannaleaf@aol.com
  • Comments: Guest Curator for Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven: Women in Ancient Egypt. Exhibited at Cincinnati Art Museum and Brooklyn Museum. Co-author and -editor of exhibit catalogue. Special interests include Predynastic Period and Priestesses of Hathor..

CARNAGEY, Glenn A., Jr. (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Sr. Partner, Red Web LLC, 1507 E. 53rd, 270, Chicago, IL, 60615, USA
  • Voice: 773-324-7086
  • E-Mail: glenn@redweb.com or g-carnagey@uchicago.edu
  • http://www.redweb.com
  • Comments: [Doctoral Candidate - University of Chicago]; Hieroglyphic texts of the 2nd and 3rd Intermediate Periods, archaeology of Nubia, the Egyptian Delta and Syria; Computer-aided archaeological mapping/GIS and computer-aided lexicography and concordance studies.

CARROLL, Diane Lee

  • Dept. of Anthropology. California Academy of Sciences. Golden Gate Park. San Francisco CA 93118.

CASTAÑEDA-REYES, Jose Carlos

  • Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana campus Iztapalapa, Mexico City, MEXICO. Departamento de Filosofía. Historia. Ave. Michoacan y Ave. La Purisima. Col. Vicentina. Iztapalapa Mexico D.F. C.P. 09340 MEXICO
  • Voice: (55) 58046515 EXT 6512.
  • E-Mail: t3myt75@yahoo.com.mx ; mrwti@xanum.uam.mx
  • Comments: Social History. Social movements in ancient Egypt. Women in ancient Egypt.

CASTLE, Edward W. (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9512; Fax: 773-702-9853.
  • E-Mail: e-castle@uchicago.edu [Doctoral Candidate]

CLINE, Eric H.

  • Professor, George Washington University, Dept of Classics and Semitics, 302 Phillips Hall, 801 22nd St NW, Washington, DC, 20052, USA
  • Voice: 202-994-0316
  • Fax: 202-994-6231
  • E-Mail: ehcline@gwu.edu
  • Comments: Trade and exchange with the Aegean, Levant, Mesopotamia and Anatolia during the New Kingdom period.

CODY, Madeleine E.

  • Research Associate, Egyptian ,Classical and Ancient Middle Eastern Art, Brooklyn Museum
  • Institute Of Fine Arts, New York University [Doctoral Student]  1 East 78 St., New York, NY, 10021, USA
  • E-Mail: mec7151@is2.nyu.edu

COLLIER, Sandra (unconfirmed as of March 2014)

  • Department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures, UCLA. 396 Kinsey Hall. UCLA. 405 Hilgard Ave. Los Angeles CA 90024-1511 [Doctoral Candidate]

COONEY, Kathlyn M.

  • Associate Professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture
  • Office: UCLA Department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures, 415 Portola Plaza, 378 Humanities Bldg. / MC 151105, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1511
  • E-Mail: karacooney@hotmail.com

CORCORAN, Lorelei H.

  • Director, Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology, The University of Memphis, 201 Jones Hall, Memphis TN 38152
  • Voice: 901-678-2555
  • E-Mail: lcorcorn@memphis.edu

CREASMAN, Pearce Paul.

  • Curator, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research; Director, Egyptian Expedition
  • Office: 1215 E. Lowell Street,University of Arizona, Tucson AZ 85721-0045 USA
  • Voice: 520-621-2414
  • E-mail: pcreasman@ltrr.arizona.edu 
  • Areas of Interest: Egyptian archaeology – especially of ships, boats, seafaring & maritime life; dendrochronology; human/environment interconnections.

CROWELL, Brigit.

  • Egyptian Section. The University Museum. University of Pennsylvania. 33rd & Spruce Sts. Philadelphia PA 19104.

CRUZ-URIBE, Eugene

  • Professor Emeritus, Department of History, Northern Arizona University, P.O. Box 6023, Flagstaff, AZ, 86011, USA
  • E-Mail: eugene.cruz-uribe@nau.edu
  • Comments: demotic, graffiti, religion, Hibis Temple

DARNELL, Deborah

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9512; Fax: 773-702-9853. [Doctoral Candidate]

DARNELL, John Coleman

  • Professor of Egyptology, Yale University, Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, P.O. Box 208236, New Haven, CT, 06520-8236, USA
  • Voice: 203-432-2159
  • Fax: 203-2946
  • E-Mail: john.darnell@yale.edu

D'AURIA, Sue

  • Associate Curator, Huntington Museum of Art, 2033 McCoy Rd., Huntington, WV, 25504, USA
  • Voice: 304-529-2701 x18
  • Fax: 304-529-7447
  • E-Mail: sdauria@hmoa.org

DAVIES, Vanessa 

  • Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow/Visiting Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley
  • E-Mail: vdavies@berkeley.edu 

DAVIS, Virginia Lee.

  • Home. 412-569-9325.

DAVIS, Whitney M.

  • Office. Dept. of Art History. Northwestern University. 1859 Sheridan Rd. Evanston IL 60208-2208. 773-491-8030/3230.

DEATON, John Charles

  • Office: PO Box 34574, Richmond, VA, 23234-0574
  • Voice: 804-743-8809
  • E-Mail: jcdpyramid@NetZero.com
  • Home:6533 South Beulah Road apt 14 Richmond, Virginia, 23237, USA
  • Comments:
    Most published and unpublished research concerns pyramid names,Pyramid Texts, and the function of pyramids.

DELIA, Diana

  • Professor of History, History Department, Gaige Hall; Rhode Island College, 600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Providence, RI, 02908, USA
  • Voice: 401-456-8802

DELIA, Robert

DEPUYDT, Leo

  • Dept. of Egyptology, Box 1899, Brown University, Providence, RI, 02912.
  • Voice: 401-863-3132
  • E-Mail: depuydt@juno.com

DIAMOND, Kelly-Anne

DODD, Lynn Swartz

  • Lecturer and Curator, THH 328, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, 90089-0355, USA
  • Voice: 213-740-0266
  • Fax: 310-828-0270
  • E-Mail: swartz@usc.edu
  • Home: P.O. Box 341485, Los Angeles, CA, 90034, USA

DORMAN, Peter.

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9533; Fax 773-702-9853. E-Mail: p-dorman@uchicago.edu

DOUSA, Thomas.

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9512; Fax: 773-702-9853. E-Mail: [Doctoral Candidate]

DOXEY, Denise

  • Curator, Ancient Egyptian, Nubian and Near Eastern Art, Art of the Ancient World, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115, USA
  • Voice: 617-369-3326
  • Fax: 617-267-8191
  • E-Mail: ddoxey@mfa.org
  • Home: 71 Hamilton Avenue, Haverhill, MA, 01830, USA

DUFF, Odile.

  • Office. Institute of Fine Arts. New York University. 1 E. 78th St. New York NY 10021. 212-772-5800.[Doctoral Candidate]

DUPRAS, Tosha L.

ENNEKING, Nancy.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. The Johns Hopkins University. Charles & 34th Sts. Baltimore MD 21218. 410-516-7499; Fax: 410-516-5218. [Doctoral Candidate]

ERTMAN, Earl L.

  • School of Art. University of Akron Akron OH USA 44325-7801
  • Voice: 330-972-6030
  • Fax: 330-972-5960
  • E-Mail: earl2@uakron.edu

EVANS, Elaine A.

  • Curator, Frank H. Mcclung Museum
  • University of Tennessee
  • Knoxville, TN 37996-3200
  • Fax: 865-974-3827
  • Email: eaevans@utk.edu

EVANS, James A.

  • Home. 203-357-1267.

FAZZINI, Richard A.

  • Office. Dept. of Egyptian, Classical, and Ancient Middle Eastern Art. Brooklyn Museum. 200 Eastern Pkwy. Brooklyn NY 11238-6052. 718-638-5000 x213; Fax: 718-398-6930.

FELLOWS, Ron

FINKENSTAEDT, Elizabeth.

  • Office. Department of Art. University of Kentucky. Lexington KY 40506. 606-257-8151.

FISHER, Marjorie.

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of Egyptology,
  • Office. Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan 202 South Thayer Street Ann Arbor, MI 48104
  • E-Mail: djoser@umich.edu

FLENTYE, Laurel Ann

    Doctoral Candidate, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 1 East 78th Street, New York, N.Y., 10021, U.S.A.
  • Voice: 212-744-7892
  • E-Mail: LAF6506@is.nyu.edu
  • Home: 341 East 85th Street, Apt. 4, New York, N.Y., 10028, U.S.A.
  • Comments:
    Area of Interest: Old Kingdom art and archaeology (specifically Dynasty 4) Dissertation in progress:The Decorated Elite Mastaba and Rock-cut Tomb in the Eastern and GIS Cemeteries at Giza and their Relationship to the Development of Art during the Fourth Dynasty

FORBES, Dennis C.

  • Editorial Director, KMT, Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt, 302 Main Street, Fairview, NC, 28730, USA
  • Voice: 828-628-2713
  • Fax: 828-628-2713
  • E-Mail: kmteditor@aol.com
  • Home: 302 Main Street, Fairview, NC, 28730, USA

FOSTER, John L.

FRANKFURTER, David

  • Assoc. Professor, Religious Studies/History, Horton Social Science Center, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 03824-3586, USA
  • Voice: 603-862-3015
  • Fax: 603-862-1502
  • E-Mail: davidTf@cisunix.unh.edu
  • Home: 3 Briarwood Ln., Durham, NH, 03824-2100, USA
  • Comments:
    Roman & Coptic Periods
    Egyptian Christianity
    Magical Texts

FREED, Rita.

  • Office. Dept. of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Near Eastern Art. Museum of Fine Arts. 465 Huntington Ave. Boston MA 02115. 617-369-3334; Fax 617-267-8191.
  • E-mail: rfreed@mfa.org

FRIEDMAN, Florence D.

  • Visiting Scholar: Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 02912, U.S.A.
  • Voice: (home) 401-831-5646; (cell) 401-225-8541
  • E-mail: ffriedman@verizon.net

FRIEDMAN, Renee F.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. University of California. Berkeley CA 94720. 415-642-3757.

GALAN, Jose.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. The Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore MD 21218. 410-516-7499.

GALVIN, Marianne.

  • Home. 617-661-0965.

GASKINS, Leanna.

  • 42 W. Campbell Ave., Suite 300, Campbell, CA, 95008, USA
  • Voice: 415-563-9255
  • Fax: 415-346-0419
  • E-mail: leannagaskins@gaskins.org

GAUDARD, François.

  • Research Associate, Chicago Demotic Dictionary
  • Office: Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569
  • Voice: 773-702-9528
  • Fax: 773-702-9853
  • E-Mail: fgaudard@uchicago.edu

GEE, John.

  • Assistant Research Professor, Brigham Young University, P.O. Box 7113 University Station, Provo, Utah, 84602, USA
  • Voice: 801-378-8269
  • Fax: 801-373-5342
  • E-Mail: john_gee@byu.edu

GIBSON,Gayle.

  • Office: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2C6, Canada
  • Phone: 416-586-8052
  • Fax: 416-586-5807
  • Email: gayle.gibson@rom.on.ca
  • Comments: M.A. Ancient Egyptian Language and Literature, University of Toronto. Chief interest is in funerary equipment, particularly coffins, and religious texts of all periods, with an emphasis on late Dynasty XXI-Dynasty XXII, and Late Period in general.

GILLAM, Robyn A.

  • 227 Vanier College, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3, CANADA
  • Phone:416-736-2100x77385
  • Email: gillam@yorku.ca

GOEDICKE, Hans.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. The Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore MD 21218.
  • Phone:410-516-7497.

GOELET, Ogden, Jr.

  • Research professor, Dept. of Middle Eastern Studies, New York University, 50 Washington Square South, New York, NY, 10012, USA
  • Voice: 212-998-8894
  • Fax: 212-995-4689
  • E-Mail: og1@nyu.edu
  • Home: 70 East 10th Street, Apt. 3H, New York, NY, 10003, USA
  • Comments:
    Old Kingdom, Ramesside Period, Computer applications for Egyptology, Cultural history.

GORDON, Andrew H.

GOSLINE, Sheldon Lee.

  • Professor of Egyptology, Institute for the History of Ancient Civilizations, Northeast Normal University, Changchun, Jilin, 130024, P. R. China
  • Voice: 00-86-431-568-1923-96112
  • E-Mail: gosline@nenu.edu.cn
  • Home: PO Box 65, Warren Center, PA, 18851, USA
  • Comments:
    Cross-cultural studies, archaeology, Desert Fathers

GOTTLIEB, Claire.

GRAHAM, Geoffrey.

GREEN, Lyn.

  • The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, PO Box 19004 Walmer, 360A Bloor St W, Toronto, ON, M5S 3C9
  • E-Mail: lyn.green@utoronto.ca
  • Comments:
    President, The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities/Société pour l?Étude de l?Égypte Ancienne(president@thessea.org)
    Topic of Doctoral Thesis: Queens and Princesses of the Amarna Period (completed 1988 @ University of Toronto)
    Interests: Interests: Egyptian medicine; gender issues in ancient Egypt; Egyptian queens; Amarna Period

GREGERSEN, Edgar.

  • Office. Dept. of Anthropology. Queens College. 65-30 Kissena Blvd. Flushing NY 11367.

GREIG, Gary S.

  • Home. 805-640-8829.

GRIGGS, C. Wilfred.

  • Office. 4012 HBLL. Brigham Young University. Provo UT 84602. 801-378-7714.

GRIST, Jehon.

  • Office. Lehrhaus Judaica. 2736 Bancroft Way. Berkeley CA 94704. 415-845-7793.

GRZYMSKI, Krzysztof A.

  • Office. Egyptian Dept. Royal Ontario Museum. 100 Queen's Park. Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6 Canada. 416-586-5634.

GUZMAN, Diane.

  • See BERGMAN, Diane. above.

HALL, Emma S.

  • Home. 212-876-4252.

HANSEN, Donald P.

  • Office. The Institute of Fine Arts. New York University. 1 East 78th St. New York NY 10021. 212-772-5800.

HANSEN, Nicole B.

  • Department opf Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago, 1155 East 58th Street, Chicago, IL, 60637, USA
  • E-Mail: nbhansen@midway.uchicago.edu
  • Comments:
    Dissertation: "Continuity and Change of Reproductive Beliefs and Practices in Egypt from Ancient to Modern Times".

HARE, Thomas

  • Associate Professor, Asian Languages Department, Bldg. 50, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 94305-2034, USA
  • Voice: 650-725-8926
  • Fax: 650-725-8931
  • E-Mail: thare@leland.stanford.edu
  • Home: 969 Lincoln Avenue, Palo Alto, CA, 94301, USA
  • Comments:
    Areas of interest: language, writing systems, literature, religion, art.

HARER, W. Benson, Jr.

HARRELL James A.

  • Professor of Geology, Dept. of Earth, Ecological and Environmental Sciences, The University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, 43606-3390, USA
  • Voice: 419-530-2193
  • Fax: 419-530-4421
  • E-Mail: james.harrell@utoledo.edu
  • http://www.eeescience.utoledo.edu/egypt/
  • Comments:
    Area of interest: Archaeological geology of ancient Egyptian quarries.

HARRIS, James E.

  • Home. 313-994-0924.

HARTWIG, Melinda K.

  • Professor of Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology, School of Art & Design, Georgia State University, P.O. Box 4107, Atlanta, GA, 30303, USA
  • Voice: 404-413-5254
  • Fax:404-413-5261
  • E-Mail: mhartwig@gsu.edu
  • Comments:
    Teaching areas: Ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern art, archeology and architecture.
    Research areas: Ancient Egyptian painting, iconography, and the uses of archaeometry and critical theory in ancient Egyptian art.

HARVEY, Stephen P.

  • Director, Ahmose and Tetisheri Project Pennsylvania-Yale-Institute of Fine Arts Expedition to Abydos
  • 122 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10011.
  • E-Mail: amosis@aol.com

HARWOOD, Richard S.

  • 115 Shoreham Court, Colorado Springs, CO, 80906
  • Voice: 719-576-7689
  • Fax: 630-604-9773
  • E-Mail: RH115@aol.com

HASEL, Michael G.

  • Professor, School of Religion/Southern Adventist University, P.O. Box 370, Collegedale, TN, 37315, U.S.A.
  • Voice: 423-238-2976
  • Fax: 423-238-3163
  • E-Mail: mhasel@southern.edu
  • Comments:
    Ph.D. Near Eastern Studies, Anthropology, University of Arizona, 1996 Dissertation: "Domination and Resistance: Egyptian Military Activity in the Southern Levant During the Late Bronze/Early Iron Age Transition" Completion: November, 1996 Research Interests within Egyptology: Egyptian socio-political interaction with the Near East Egyptian Military Practices Egyptian Kingship and Ideology Egyptian Toponym Usage Egyptian Military Iconography and Terminology

HAYNES, Joyce L.

HEIDORN, Lisa A.

  • Research Associate, The Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago, 1155 E. 58th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
  • Voice: 224-628-0442
  • E-Mail: lheidorn@uchicago.edu

HERBERT, Sharon

  • Office. Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies. The University of Michigan. 144 Lane Hall. Ann Arbor MI 48109-1290.

HILL, Marsha

  • Curator.
  • Office. Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10028-0198.
  • Voice: 212-650-2589
  • Fax: 212-570-3852
  • E-mail: marsh.hill@metmuseum.org

HOCH, James

  • Religious Studies, Classics and History, University of Alberta
  • Voice: 780-425-9725 (home)
  • E-Mail: hoch@ualberta.ca
  • Home: 9917-86 Ave. NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6E 2L8

HOFFMEIER, James K.

  • Office. Trinity International University 2065 Half Day Rd Deerfield, IL 60015
  • Voice: 847-371-8064
  • E-Mail: 4hoffs@ameritech.net

HOLDEN, Lynn Holmquist

  • Academic Technology Liason, Centre for Academic Technology, University of Toronto, 130 St. George Street, 4th flr., Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1A5, Canada
  • Voice: 416-978-4043
  • Fax: 416-978-7705
  • E-Mail: lynn.holden@utoronto.ca

HOLLADAY, John S. Jr.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A1 Canada.
  • Voice: 416-978-6600.
  • E-Mail: holladay@epas.utoronto.ca

HOLLAND, Thomas A.

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-1240; Fax 773-702-9853.

HOLLIS, Susan Tower

  • Professor, SUNY Empire State College , 1475 Winton Road North, Rochester, New York, 14609, USA
  • Voice: 585-224-3246
  • Fax: 585-224-3299
  • E-Mail: susan.hollis@esc.edu
  • Home: 7 New Wickham Drive, Penfield, New York, 14526-2703, USA
  • 585-377-6446
  • Comments:
    Literature: myths, funerary materials, tales, instructional literature Religion: goddesses (particularly the earliest appearances of Neith, Hathor, Isis, Nephthys, Nut
    Ancient Near Eastern Contexts with relations to the Israelite and Mesopotamian worlds

IKRAM, Salima.

  • Office. Dept. of Egyptology. The American University in Cairo. 113 Shara Qasr el-Aini. Cairo EGYPT.
  • E-Mail: salima@aucegypt.edu

JAMES, Taber.

  • Office. SSEA. P.O. Box 578, Station P. Toronto, Ontario M5S 2T1 Canada.

JASNOW, Richard.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. The Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore MD 21218. 410-516-7499; Fax: 410-516-5218.

JAY, Jackie

  • Associtate Professor, Department of History, Eastern Kentucky University, Keith 323, 521 Lancaster Ave., Richmond, KY 40475
  • E-Mail: jackie.jay@eku.edu

JENNINGS, James E.

  • 4685 Chamblee-Dunwoody Rd., A-7, Atlanta, GA, 30338, USA
  • Voice: 770-454-9109
  • Fax: 770-936-0996
  • E-Mail: conscience@usa.com
  • Comments:
    Giza Survey Director (1969-71); JHU-ARCE Excavations Field Supervisor (1972). Ph.D. dissertation: Aeginetan Trade.

JENSEN, Victoria (Vicky) I.

  • Voice: 510-435-4036
  • E-Mail: vjensen@berkeley.edu
  • Comments:
    Ph.D. student, Near Eastern Studies Department, University of California Berkeley

JOHNSON, George B.

  • Professor Emeritus, Director, Hocking College Archaeological Documentation Center.
  • Special Projects Editor, KMT A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt.
  • 425 E. Main Street Logan, Ohio, 43138, USA
  • Voice: 740-385-3160
  • E-Mail: gbjohnson02@roadrunner.com

JOHNSON, Janet H.

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9530; Fax 773-702-9853. E-Mail: j-johnson@uchicago.edu

JOHNSON, W. Raymond.

  • Field Director, Epigraphic Survey, Oriental Institute 307, 155 East 58th Street, Chicago , Illinois, 60637, USA,
  • Voice: 773-834-4355
  • Fax: 773-702-9853
  • E-Mail: wr-johnson@uchicago.edu

JONES, Alexander

  • Professor Department of Classics, University of Toronto 16 Hart House Circle Toronto ON M5S 3J9 Canada
  • Voice: 416-978-0483
  • Fax: 416-978-7307
  • E-Mail: ajones@chass.utoronto.ca
  • Comments:
    Greco-Egyptian sciences (astronomy, astrology, mathematics), papyri

JONES, Charles E.

  • Tombros Librarian for Classics and Humanities, Pennsylvania State University Libraries, University Park PA
  • Comments: Editor of AWOL: The Ancient World Online http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/

JORDAN, David

  • Acting Director, Canadian Archaeological Inst., 7 Dion. Aiginitou, GR 11528 Athens
  • Fax: (+30 1) 7257968
  • E-Mail: jordan@hol.gr
  • Comments:
    Greek papyri, particularly magical texts from Egypt.

JOSEPHSON, Jack A.

  • Research associate, Institute of Fine Arts, 1 East 78, New York, NY, 10021, USA
  • Voice: 212 861-7766
  • Fax: 212 861-7737
  • E-Mail: josephsonjack@gmail.com
  • Home: 50 East 79th St., NY, NY, 10021, USA
  • Comments:
    Late Period art and history.

KADISH, Gerald E.

  • Mail: Department of History Binghamton University (SUNY), Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
  • Voice (Home): (607) 238-1926
  • E-Mail: kadishg@binghamton.edu

KAEGI, Walter.

  • Office. Dept. of History. University of Chicago. Chicago IL 60637. 773-702-8346.

KAISER, Kevin R.

  • Voice: 209-588-8050
  • Fax: 209-533-7765
  • E-Mail: krkaiser@aol.com
  • Home: 14328 Cuesta Court, Sonora, CA, 95370, USA
  • Comments:
    Title of dissertation in Progress (University of California - Berkeley):
    Egyptian and Syro-Palestinian Bes-vessels from the Late Bronze Age through the Graeco-Roman Period: their origin, sources, typology, distribution and possible function.

KAMRIN, Janice

  • Assistant Curator, Department of Egyptian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
  • Voice: 212-650-2569
  • E-Mail: Janice.kamrin@metmuseum.org

KATARY, Sally L. D. 

  • Affiliate Professor, Department of Classics, Thorneloe College, Laurentian University Ransey Lake Road, Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2C6  Canada
  • Voice: 705-673-1730 ext. 212
  • E-Mail: skatary@laurentian.ca

KISER-GO, Deanna

  • Visiting Scholar, Department of Near Eastern Studies, 250 Barrows Hall, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720-1940
  • Voice:(510) 681-4845
  • E-Mail: nebamun2@yahoo.com

KEENAN, James G.

  • Office. Dept. of Classical Studies. Loyola University of Chicago. 6525 N. Sheridan Rd. Chicago IL 60626.

KEITH-BENNET, Jean L.

  • Home. 203-429-5662.

KENDALL, Timothy.

  • Voice:978-745-1125
  • Cell:617-512-1287
  • E-Mail: tk@barkal.net
  • Home:81 Essex St., Salem, MA 01970 USA
  • Comments:
    (2013) Co-Director (with al-Hassan Ahmed Mohamed) of Jebel Barkal Mission, Sudan, for the Sudan National Corp. for Antiquities and Museums (NCAM); M.A. University of Chicago; Ph.D. Brandeis University: Assyriology and Egyptology.

KLEINDIENST, Maxine R.

  • Office. Dept. of Anthropology. University of Toronto. Erindale College. 3359 Mississauga Rd. Mississauga, Ontario L5L 1C6. 416-828-3784.

KNUDSEN, Sandra E.

KOLOS, Daniel M.

  • Office: 211 Elgin St. N., Box 567, Durham, ON  N0G 1R0 (Canada)
  • Voice: 519-369-1129
  • Fax: 519-924-3303
  • E-Mail: damilos@bell.net
  • Comments: Amarna Period

KOZLOFF, Arielle P.

  • Office. Dept. of Ancient Art. Cleveland Museum of Art. 11150 East Blvd. Cleveland OH 44106. 216-421-7340; Fax: 216-421-0411.

KRAFT, Robert A.

  • Berg Professor of Religious Studies, Religious Studies / Logan Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 19104-6304, USA
  • Voice: 215-898-5827
  • Fax: 215-898-6568
  • E-Mail: kraft@ccat.sas.upenn.edu
  • http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/rs/rak/kraft.html
  • Comments:
    Greek and Coptic materials: Papyrology, Codicology, Paleography, Conservation; Religious Texts (especially Jewish and Christian), History of the Greco-Roman Period; ; Computer Assisted Research.

KRAHMALKOV, Charles.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. 4084 Frieze Building. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor MI 48109-1285. 313-747-0097.

KROENKE, Karin.

KUNZ, Donald R.

  • 7210 North 16th Street, Phoenix, AZ, 85020

LACOVARA, Peter.

  • Curator of Ancient Art, Michael C. Carlos Museum/Emory University, 571 South Kilgo Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30322, USA
  • Voice: 404-727-2719
  • Fax: 404-727-1091
  • E-Mail: placova@emory.edu

LANE, Mary E.

  • Office. Council of American Overseas Research Centers. Smithsonian Institute. 1100 Jefferson Dr. S.W. IC 7733. Washington DC 20560. 202-842-8636.

LARKIN, David B.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. University of California. Berkeley CA 94720. 415-642-3757.

LARKIN, Diana Wolfe.

  • Office. Institute of Fine Arts. New York University. 1 East 78th St. New York NY 10021. 212-772-5800.

LARSON, John A.

  • Office. Oriental Institute Museum. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9520; Fax 773-702-9853. E-Mail: ja-larson@uchicago.edu

LAWERGREN, Bo

  • Professor, Hunter College (Physics), 695 Park Avenue, New York, NY, 10021, USA
  • Voice: 212-732-4948
  • Fax: 212-772-5390
  • E-Mail: bo.lawergren@hunter.cuny.edu
  • Home: 95 Reade Street, New York, NY, 10013, USA
  • Comments:
    The music of ancient Egypt.

LEHNER, Mark

  • Harvard Semitic Museum, 6 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02138, USA
  • Voice: 617-696-0537
  • Fax: 617-696-0537
  • E-Mail: MarkLehner@aol.com
  • Home: 16 Hudson Street, Milton, MA, 02186, USA
  • Comments:
    Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago; Research Assistant, Harvard University; Director, Giza Plateau Mapping Project

LEONARD, Albert, Jr.

  • Office. Dept. of Classics. University of Arizona. Tucson AZ 85721. 520-621-1689.

LEPROHON, Ronald J.

  • Professor of Egyptology, Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto, 4 Bancroft Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 1C1
  • Voice: 416-978-3182
  • Fax: 416-978-3305
  • E-Mail: leprohon@chass.utoronto.ca
  • http://www.chass.utoronto.ca:8080/nmc
  • Home: 48 Eastmount Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M4K 1V1, Canada

LESKO, Barbara S.

LESKO, Leonard H.

LIEBLING, Rosalynn.

  • Office. Institute of Fine Arts. New York University. 1 East 78th St. New York NY 10021. 212-772-5800.[Doctoral Candidate]

LILYQUIST, Christine.

  • Curator Emerita, Department of Egyptian Art and Lila Acheson Wallace Curatorship in Egyptology, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York,NY,10028-0198, USA
  • Voice: 212-650-2871
  • E-Mail: Christine.Lilyquist@metmueum.org

LIPPIELLO, Lauren E.

  • Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Yale University, 320 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511

LISZKA, Kate.

  • Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania
  • E-Mail: liszka@sas.upenn.edu

LITTMAN, Robert J.

LOGAN,Tom.

LOPRIENO, Antonio.

  • Dept. of Near Eastern Cultures and Languages, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 90024
  • Voice: 310-825-4165
  • E-Mail: loprieno@humnet.ucla.edu

LUNDQUIST, John M., PhD

  • Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies, Pace University, Philosophy and Religious Studies, 41 Park Row, 7th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10038, USA
  • Voice:212-566-7363
  • Fax:212-346-1113
  • E-Mail: johnmilton.lundquist@gmail.com
  • Comments:
    PhD, Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan, 1983. Dissertation title: Studies on the Temple in the Ancient Near East. Primary research interest: The Temple. Most recent book: The Temple of Jerusalem: Past, Present, and Future. (Praeger, 2008). Current Egyptological project: Egyptian Ideas About the Afterlife Illustrated from 19th Century Prints and Photographs.

MALLORY, Leanne M.

  • Office: Dr. Leanne Mallory, Dept of Anthropology, Okanagan College, 7000 College Way, Vernon, BC, V1B 2N5 Canada
  • Email: mallory@okanagan.bc.ca
  • Comments:
    Areas of Interest: Predynastic, Early Dynastic, artefact fingerprinting using major-, minor-, and trace-element compostions. My research involves the application of geochemical microanalytical techniques to problems of artefact provenance. My second dissertation is purely geological in nature but the techniques can be applied to archaeology as well.

MANNING, Joseph G.

  • The William K. and Marilyn Milton Simpson Professor of History and Classics, Yale University
  • E-Mail: joseph.manning@yale.edu

MANUELIAN, Peter Der

MARKOWITZ, Yvonne.

  • Suzanne E. Chapman Artist
  • Dept. of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Near Eastern Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115, USA
  • Voice:617 369-3348
  • Fax:617 267-8191
  • E-Mail: ymarkowitz@mfa.org

MARSH-LETTS, Glennda Susan

  • University of Western Sydney, Nepean, Department of Civic and Environmental Engineering, Building P, Kingswood Campus, (Archaeology and Materials Conservation), P.O. Box 10, Kingswood (Sydney), New South Wales, 2747, Australia
  • Voice: 02-4751-3013
  • E-Mail: g.marshletts@scholar.nepean.uws.edu.au
  • Home: 1 Silva Road (Cnr. George and Silva), Springwood, New South Wales, 2777, Australia
  • Comments:
    Conservation of Organic Materials, particularly textiles.
    I am working on a Doctoral Dissertation on the role of salts in the preservation of Egyptian textiles. Title BELOW THE SURFACE; CONSERVATION OF EGYPTIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL TEXTILES. My work in Egypt has been at the early dynastic site at Helwan (Cairo), but I have a background of work in Hellenstic Greek archaeology/history.
    Areas of conservation interest include both dynastic and Coptic textiles.

MAYO, Margaret Ellen

  • Senior Curator of Ancient Art
  • Office: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 2800 Grove Avenue Richmond VA 23221-2466 USA
  • Voice: 804-367-0867
  • Fax: 804-367-0886
  • E-Mail: memayo@vmfa.state.va.us

McCARTHY, Heather Lee

  • Ph.D candidate, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
  • E-Mail: hlm269@nyu.edu

McDONALD, John

  • History Department, Ethical Culture Fieldston School, Bronx, NY
  • E-Mail: akhetkhufu@yahoo.com
  • Home: 372 East 235th St. Bronx, NY 10470

McDOWELL, Andrea.

  • Visiting Asst. Prof. of Law, Univ. of Pennsylvania Law School, 3400 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19104, USA,
  • Voice: 215-573-2155 Fax: 215-573-2025
  • amcdowel@law.upenn.edu

MELTZER, Edmund S.

  • Voice: 715-342-1382 or 715-342-1286
  • E-Mail: edmundmeltzer@hotmail.com
  • Home: 2224 Stanley Street, Stevens Point, WI, 54481, USA
  • Comments:
    Religion, language & writing, literature, emergence of the Egyptian state, cultural interrelationships & legacy, history of Egyptology, Egypt in popular culture and primary-secondary education. To paraphrase the Roman playwright Terence, nothing about ancient Egypt is uninteresting to me. PhD: University of Toronto, 1980.

MENDOZA, Barbara

  • Adjunct Instructor of Art History, Department of Art, Solano Community College , 4000 Suisun Valley Rd., Fairfield, CA 94534
  • E-Mail: barbara.mendoza@solano.edu
  • Comments: Art and archaeology of Graeco-Roman Egypt; ancient Egyptian bronzes; intercultural connections between Egypt, the Aegean, Greece and Rome; Ptolemaic portraiture; Hellenistic East and intercultural connections in the ancient and medieval worlds.

MEYER, Carol

  • Research Associate, Oriental Institute, 1155 East 58th Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60637, U.S.A.
  • Fax: 312-595-1821
  • E-Mail: cmeyer@uniteq.com
  • Home: 5457 S. Ingleside, 2E, Chicago, Illinois, 60615, U.S.A.

MEZA, Alice

  • Office: P.O. Box 750838, Forest Hills, NY, 11375, USA
  • E-Mail: aliciaim@aol.com
  • Home: 104-60 Queens Blvd. Apt. 21N, Forest Hills, NY, 11375, USA
  • Comments:
    Interest: Egyptian Prehistory ( development of social complexity, long range trade), New Kingdom. Foreign connections (Mesopotamia, Mediterranean World) .
    Educational background: BA, MA, Anthropology C.U.N.Y.
    MA Egyptology University of Toronto.

MILLS, Anthony J.

  • Office. Egyptian Dept. Royal Ontario Museum. 100 Queen's Park. Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6 Canada. 416-586-5633.

MIOSI, Frank

  • Superintendent, Ministry of Education, 900 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5l 1J6, Canada
  • Voice: 416-314-0498
  • Fax: 416-314-0499
  • Home: 1 Nicol Street, Greensville, Ontario, Canada
  • Comments:
    Egyptian religion -wisdom literature - coptology - patristics
    education: Ph.D. Egyptology - Univ. of Toronto.
    Projects: poetic reflections on ancient egypt (co-editor with g.e. freeman) - publication in may 1998 -lives and teachings of desert fathers - publication in 2000.

MIRECKI, Paul

  • Associate Professor; Ancient Mediterranean Religions, Department of Religious Studies, Department of Classics, Smith Hall 103, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 66045, USA
  • Voice: 785-864-7252
  • Fax: 785-864-5205
  • E-Mail: pmirecki@ukans.edu
  • Comments:
    Teaching areas: Greek, Middle Egyptian, Coptic; Coptic papyrology; early Christianity in Egypt.
    Research areas: Coptic papyrology; religions of Coptic Egypt (Christianity, magic, Manichaeism); afterlife texts in Middle Egyptian (Amduat, BD, etc.).

MOLTO, Joseph. E.

  • Office. Dept. of Anthropology. Lakehead University. Oliver Rd. Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 5E1 Canada.

MOORE, Teresa R.

MORRIS, Ellen

  • Assistant Professor of Ancient Studies; Barnard College, Columbia University,  219 Milbank, 2009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
  • Voice: 212-854-6023
  • E-Mail: emorris@banard.edu 
  • Comments:
    Comments: Research areas include Egyptian imperialism; political fragmentation; interplay of Egyptian data and anthropological theory; state formation and the early state; settlement archaeology; Dakhleh Oasis

MORROW, Alan.

  • Office. Egyptian Section. The University Museum. University of Pennsylvania. 33rd & Spruce Sts. Philadelphia PA 19104. 215-898-4000.

MOSHER, Malcolm.

  • Office. No office address known.

MORSCHAUSER, Scott N.

  • Assistant Professor, History Dept., Robinson Hall, Rowan State University, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, NJ, 08028-1701, USA
  • Voice: 609-256-4500 (Ext. 3990)
  • E-Mail: morschauser@rowan.edu
  • Home: 618 Fay Ann Drive, Blackwood, NJ, 08012, USA

MOSJOV, Bojana.

  • Office. Dept. of Egyptian, Classical, & Ancient Near Eastern Art. The Brooklyn Museum. 200 Eastern Parkway. Brooklyn NY 11238-6052. 718-638-5000; Fax: 718-638-5080.

MUHLESTEIN, Kerry 

  • Dept. of Ancient Scripture, Brigham Young University 
  • Voice: 801-422-3911
  • E-Mail: Kerry_Muhlestein@byu.edu
  • Comments: Director, BYU Egypt Excavation Project

MUMFORD, Gregory D.

  • Dept. of Anthropology, University of Alabama, Birmingham
  • E-Mail: gregorymumford@hotmail.com
  • Comments: Ph.d. University of Toronto completed 1998; Excavating at Tell Tebilla in the Eastern Delta.

NOEGEL, Scott B.

NOLAN, John S.

  • A.E.R.A., Inc., 15 Jay Street, Apt. 3, Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA
  • Voice: 617-868-1510
  • E-Mail: jnolan@tiac.net
  • Home: 15 Jay Street, Apt. 3, Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA
  • Comments:
    Assistant Director of Giza Plateau Mapping Project's excavations at Giza. Co-investigator on the Pyramids Radiocarbon Dating Project. Main interest in Old Kingdom administration and economy.

OATES, John F.

  • Professor; Director, Duke Papyrus Archive; Director, Duke Data Bank of Documentary Papyri, 236 Allen, Box 90103, Duke University, Durham, NC, 27708-0103, USA
  • Voice: 919-684-6902
  • Fax: 919-681-4262
  • E-Mail: joates@duke.edu
  • http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/papyrus
  • Home: 843 Inglenook Road, Durham, NC, 27707, USA
  • Comments:
    Papyrology, Graeco-Roman Egypt.

O'BRIEN, Alexandra A.

  • Oriental Institute, 1155 E. 58th St., Chicago, IL, 60637-1569, USA
  • Voice: 773-684-6661
  • Fax: 773-702-9853
  • E-Mail: a-obrien@uchicago.edu
  • http://home.uchicago.edu/~aaobrien
  • Home: 5466 South Cornell Ave, Chicago, IL,60615,USA
  • Comments:
    Interests: Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt, social and economic history (especially of women), Demotic documentary texts, cross-cultural interaction.

O'CONNOR, David.

  • Office. Institute of Fine Arts. New York University. 1 E. 78th St. New York NY 10021. 212-772-5844; Fax: 212-772-5807

OLSON, Eric

  • Voice: 801-466-4811
  • E-Mail: eolson@pcs-link.com
  • Home: 2019 Windham Circle, Salt Lake City, UT, 84109, USA

ONSTINE, Suzanne

  • University of Memphis Department of History 101 Mitchell Hall Memphis TN 38152-3450
  • Phone:901-678-3383
  • Fax: 901-678-2720
  • E-Mail: sonstine@memphis.edu
  • Comments:
    Interests include women's titles, epigraphy, Theban tombs, Valley of the Kings, art and archaeology of Egypt

OPPENHEIM, Adela

  • Associate Curator, Egyptian Dept. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, 10028, USA
  • Voice: 212-396-5225
  • Fax: 212-570-3752
  • E-Mail: adela.oppenheim@metmuseum.org
  • Comments:
    Dissertation: "Aspects of the Pyramid Temple of Senwosret III at Dahshur: The Pharaoh and Deities"; Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

O'ROURKE, Paul F.

  • Office. Department of Egyptian, Classical, & Ancient Middle Eastern Art. Brooklyn Museum. 200 Eastern Parkway. Brooklyn NY 11238-6052. 718-638-5000; Fax: 718-638-5080.

OREL, Sara E.

  • Professor of Art History, Art Department,Truman State University, 100 E. Normal, Kirksville, MO, 63501, U.S.A.
  • Voice: 660-785-4419
  • Fax: 660-785-8463
  • E-Mail: orel@truman.edu
  • Comments:
    Egyptian archaeology and art, Ph.D. University of Toronto (1993)

OUELLET, Brigitte

  • National Vice-president and President, Regional Chapter of Quebec in Montreal, SOCIÉTÉ POUR L'ÉTUDE DE L'ÉGYPTE ANCIENNE / Society for The Study of Egyptian Antiquities, C.P. 49022, Succ. Versailles, Montreal, Qc, H1N 3T6, CANADA
  • Voice: 514-353-4674
  • Fax: 514-353-4674
  • E-Mail: ouellebr@videotron.ca or info@sseamtl.org
  • Website: http://www.sseamtl.org
  • Comments:
    The title of my dissertation: "Le debat entre un desillusionne et son Ba" sur le sens de la vie (Papyrus Berlin 3024). Hermeneutique d'une experience hierophanique. Director: J. Duhaime (UdM) and Co-Director, V.A. Tobin (Saint-Mary's Univ.) B.A. Classical Studies (1988), Minor in Anthropology (1989); M.A. Ancient Near East History (1994); Ph.D. in Religious Studies (2005).
    Research interest within Egyptology: religion (MK), wisdom literature and other literary texts(MK), arts.
    Also religious traditions of the Ancient Near East.
    Main Interest: methodological problems in the Hermeneutic of ancient religious traditions. Instructor at the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University, at the Faculty of Theology at the University of Montreal, and at the Art dept. of Concordia University.

OWNBY, Mary F.

  • Visiting Scholar, University of Arizona; Research Petrographer, Desert Archaeology, Inc. 3975 N. Tucson Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716
  • Voice: 520-881-2244
  • Email: maryownby@email.arizona.edu or mary@desert.com
  • Comments:
    Research Interests: trade with the Levant, pottery, on-site ceramic petrography

PAICE, Patricia.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Studies. Wadi Tumilat Project. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A1 Canada. 416-978-6838; Fax: 416-978-5294.[Doctoral Candidate]

PARCAK, Sarah.

  • Office. Department of Anthropology University of Alabama-Birmingham
  • Voice: 205-996-4063
  • Fax: 205-996-5717.

PARKER, Steven.

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9512; Fax: 773-702-9853.

PATCH, Diana Craig

  • Associate Curator.
  • Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10028
  • Voice: 212-650-2557
  • Fax: 212-570-3752
  • Email: diana.patch@metmuseum.org

PEARSON, Birger.

  • Office. Dept. of Religious Studies. University of California. Santa Barbara CA 93106.

PECK, William H.

  • Home: 1901 Orleans, Detroit, MI, 48207-2718, USA
  • Voice: 313-393-8858
  • E-Mail: whpeck@yahoo.com
  • http://williamhpeck.org/
  • Comments:
    Independent scholar, Egyptian art and archaeology. Associate field director, Brooklyn Museum excavation in the Precinct of Mut, Karnak.

PHILLIPS, Jacqueline S.

  • Office. Art and Archaeology, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, UK WC1H 0XG.
  • E-Mail: jp39@soas.ac.uk

PICCIONE, Peter A.

PIETERSMA, Albert.

  • Professor of Septuagint and Hellenistic Greek, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1C1, Canada
  • Voice: 416-244-6677
  • Fax: 416-978-3305
  • E-Mail: albert.pietersma@utoronto.ca
  • http://www.chass.utoronto.ca:8080/~pietersm/
  • Home: 21 Cross St., Weston, Ontario, M9N 2B8, Canada
  • Comments:
    Coptic and Greek literary papyri. (See homepage for publications to date.)

PODZORSKI, Patricia V.

  • Curator of Egyptian Art, Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152
  • Voice: 901-678-2649
  • E-Mail: ppodzrsk@memphis.edu

PORTER, Barbara A.

  • Voice: 212-666-4044
  • E-Mail: b_porter@stblaw.com
  • Home: 452 Riverside Dr. #55, New York, NY, 10027

PRIMACK, Theodor.

  • Home. 410-474-8751; 410-345-3555.

RAMPERSAD, Sabrina R.

RAVER, Wendy

RAYE, Charles.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures. 396 Kinsey Hall. UCLA. 405 Hilgard Ave. Los Angeles CA 90024-1511. 310-206-4165. [Doctoral Candidate]

REDFORD, Donald B.

  • Professor, Dept. Of Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Penn State University, 108 Weaver Bldg., State College, PA, 16803, USA
  • Voice: 814-863-8945
  • E-Mail: dbr3@psu.edu
  • Comments:
    Director of The Akhenaten Temple Project, Excavations at Mendes (Tel er-Rub'a), Expedition to Tel Kedwa (North Sinai).

REDFORD, Susan

  • The Pennsylvania State University, Scott Bldg. Room 102, State College, PA, 16803, USA
  • Voice: 814-865-2722
  • E-Mail: afr111@psu.edu
  • Comments:
    Field director of the Akhenaten Temple Project's Expedition to the Tomb of Parennefer (TT 188).

REDMOUNT, Carol.

  • Associate Professor, 250 Barrows Hall, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 94720-1940, USA
  • Voice: 510-642-3757
  • Fax: 510-643-8430
  • E-Mail: redmount@socrates.berkeley.edu

REEDER, Greg.

REEMES, Dana M.

  • Doctoral Candidate, UCLA, Dept. of NELC, Kinsey Hall,UCLA, 405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 90024-1575, USA
  • Voice: 310-453-0153
  • E-Mail: reemesdm@humnet.ucla.edu
  • Home: 935-A 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA, 90403-3201, USA
  • Comments:
    Iconography and texts relative to theology, in particular those related to cosmogony and afterlife expectations. Dissertation in progress: "The Ouroboros, An Iconological and Icongraphical Study."

REEVES, Nicholas.

  • Lila Acheson Wallace Associate Curator
  • Office: Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028-0198
  • Voice: 212-570-3817 (direct), 212-570-3770 (department)
  • E-Mail: nicholas.reeves@metmuseum.org

RENDSBURG, Gary A.

  • Professor of Near Eastern Studies, 360 Rockefeller Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 14853-2502, USA
  • Voice: 607-255-1075
  • Fax: 607-255-1345
  • E-Mail: gar4@cornell.edu
  • Comments:
    Egyptian literary texts, Egypt and the Bible, Egyptian and Semitic comparative grammar and lexicon.

RHODES, Michael D.

RICHARDS, Janet.

  • Assistant Professor/Assistant Curator, Dept of Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109, USA
  • Voice: 734-647-0444
  • Fax: 734-763-8976
  • E-Mail: jerichar@umich.edu
  • Comments:
    Archaeology of the Egyptian and Nubian Nile Valleys; society and economy; landscapes; mortuary practices.

RITNER, Robert.

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9547; Fax 773-702-9853. E-Mail: r-ritner@uchicago.edu

RITTER, Thomas.

  • Office. c/o Near Eastern Languages & Cultures, UCLA. Los Angeles CA 90024. 310-206-1396.

ROBERSON, Joshua A.

  • Lecturer in Egyptian Language, University of Pennsylvania.
  • Office. Egyptian Section. The University Museum. University of Pennsylvania. 33rd & Spruce Sts. Philadelphia PA 19104.
  • Voice: 215-898-4000
  • E-Mail: jroberso@sas.upenn.edu

ROBINS, Gay.

  • Office. Art History Department. Emory University. Atlanta GA 30322. 404-727-6281; Fax: 404-727-2358. E-Mail: grobins@emory.edu

ROBINSON, Melissa.

  • Office. Egyptian Section. The University Museum. University of Pennsylvania. 33rd & Spruce Sts. Philadelphia PA 19104. 215-898-4000. [Doctoral Candidate]
ROCHELEAU, Caroline M.
  • Curator, North Carolina Museum of Art, 2110 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27607 USA
  • Voice: 919-664-6845
  • E-Mail: caroline.rocheleau@ncdcr.gov

ROEHRIG, Catharine.

  • Curator.
  • Office. Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10028-0198.
  • Voice: 212-570-2561
  • Fax: 212-570-3752
  • Email: catharine.roehrig@metmuseum.org

ROSE, Jerome C.

ROTH, Ann Macy

  • Clinical Associate Professor of Egyptology, Department of Art History, New York University, 100 Washington Square East, New York, NY 10012, USA
  • Voice: 212-998-8991
  • E-Mail: amroth@ix.netcom.com or ann.macy.roth@nyu.edu
  • Home: 12 East 14th Street, #3-D, New York, NY 10003, USA

ROTHE, Russell D.

  • Research Associate, Archaeometry Laboratory, 214 RLB, University of Minnesota, 10 University Drive, Duluth, MN, 55812, USA
  • Voice: 218-726-7957
  • E-Mail: rrothe@d.umn.edu

ROUTLEDGE, Carolyn D.

  • Instructor, ancient history, Richard Stockton College of NJ, Jim Leeds Rd., Pomona, NJ, 08240-0195, USA
  • Voice: 609-652-4634
  • E-Mail: carolyn.routledge@pollux.stockton.edu
  • Comments:
    Ancient Egyptian Ritual, culture contact.

RUSSMANN, Edna R.

  • Office. Dept. of Egyptian, Classical and Ancient Middle Eastern Art. The Brooklyn Museum. 200 Eastern Parkway. Brooklyn NY 11238. 718-638-5000.

RYAN, Donald P.

SAGRILLO, Troy L.

  • Lecturer in Egyptology, Swansea University Department of Classics, Ancient History, and Egyptology, Singleton Park, Swansea, SA2 8PP United Kingdom
  • Voice: 44(0)1792-513-538
  • E-Mail: meshwesh@bigfoot.com
  • Comments:
    Major interests: Third Intermediate Period and Late Period foreign relations (with an emphasis on Libya, Spain, and Phoenicia); Afro-Asiatic linguistics (esp. relations between Egyptian, Libyco-Berber, and Semitic); hieratic palaeography

SALEH, Heidi.

  • University of California, Berkeley Office: Department of Near Eastern Studies, 250 Barrows Hall, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-1940 USA
  • E-Mail: nile@uclink.berkeley.edu
  • URL: http://www.geocities.com/egyptomania/cv.html
  • Comments:
    My interests include: Third Intermediate Period art and archaeology; archaeology of ethnicity; gender archaeology; roles of foreigners in Egypt; ancient imperialism; culture contact, exchange and interconnections across the Mediterranean. Dissertation title: Changes in Ethnic and Gender Identities under the "Libyan" Dynasties of Third Intermediate Period Egypt (ca. 1069-715 B.C.E.): Analyses of Donation and Funerary Stelae.

SANCHEZ, Gonzalo M.

  • E-Mail: gsanchez37@pie.midco.net
  • Comments:
    Areas of interest: Neurological aspects of trauma and disease in Ancient Egypt.

SARGENT, Cara L..

  • Dept. of NELC, P.O. Box 208236, New Haven, CT, 06520-8236, U.S.A.
  • E-Mail: cara.sargent@yale.edu
  • Comments:
    Ph.D. candidate, Yale University
    Instructor of Middle Egyptian
    Dissertation (in progress): Napatan Egyptian: A Linguistic and Socio-Cultural Study.

SCHADEN, Otto J.

  • Home. 773-583-0963.

SCHLESINGER, Marissa R.

SCHMANDT-BESSARAT, Denise.

  • Office. Art Dept. University of Texas at Austin. Austin TX 78712. 512-471-7757/3365.
  • Email: dsb@austin.utexas.edu

SCHNEIDER, Thomas.

  • Professor of Egyptology,
  • Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies, University of British Columbia
  • Buchanan C, 1866 Main Mall, Vancouver V6T 1Z1, B.C., Canada
  • Tel.: ++1-604-827-4316 (office)
  • Email: thomas.schneider@ubc.ca

SCHULZ, Regine

  • Direktorin und Geschäftsführerin, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim GmbH, Am Steine 1-2, 31134 Hildesheim. Tel. 05121/9369-12 - Fax 05121/35283
  • Consultant for Egyptian and Near Eastern Art, The Walters Art Museum, 900 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD, 21201-5185, USA

SCOTT, Gerry Dee, III.

  • Director, The American Research Center in Egypt, 2 Midan Simon Bolivar, Cairo
  • Email: director@arce.org

SEDERHOLM, Val H.

  • Voice: 562-429-7545
  • E-Mail: sededsu@earthlink.net
  • Home: 3215 Warwood Rd., Lakewood, California, 90712, USA
  • Comments: Interests: Late Period Egypt; Sumerian

SELDEN, Daniel L.

  • Professor of Comparative Literature, Humanities 1, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
  • Voice: 831-423-0862
  • E-Mail: dlselden@sbcglobal.net

SHARP, John.

  • Office. Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708-0193. 919 660-5929; Fax 919 383 6425. E-Mail: CODEX@acpub.duke.edu

SHAW, Roberta.

  • Office. Egyptian Dept. Royal Ontario Museum. 100 Queen's Park West. Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6 Canada. 416-586-5632. E-Mail: robertas@romuucp.rom.on.ca

SHINNIE, Peter E.

  • Office. Dept. of Archaeology. University of Calgary. Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada. 403-220-6018. Fax 403-282-9567.

SHIRLEY, J. J.

  • Dept. of Near Eastern Studies, The Johns Hopkins University 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD, 21218, USA
  • Fax: 410-516-5218
  • E-Mail: jj1shirley@hotmail.com

SIDEBOTHAM, Steven.

  • Office. Dept. of History. University of Delaware. 401 John Ewing Hall. Newark DE 19716.

SILVERMAN, David P.

  • Professor of Egyptology, Department of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, University of Pennsylvania; Curator-in-Charge, Egyptian Section, University of Pennsylvania Museum, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 33rd & Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, PA, 19104, USA
  • Voice: 215-898-4041
  • Fax: 215-898-0657
  • E-Mail: dsilverm@postoffice.sas.upenn.edu

SIMPSON, William Kelly

SMITH, Stuart Tyson

  • Professor, Department of Anthropology, 2001 HSSB, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, 93106, USA
  • Voice: 805-893-7887
  • Fax: 805-893-8707
  • E-Mail: stsmith@anth.ucsb.edu
  • http://www.anth.ucsb.edu/faculty/Stsmith/Stsmith.php
  • Comments:
    Director, UCSB Dongola Reach Expedition. Interests: Egyptian and Nubian (Sudanese) archaeology, ancient imperialism, culture contact and interactions, sealings and administration, New Kingdom funerary practice.

SPANEL, Donald

STONE, Mark

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations. 102 HGS Drawer 1504 A Yale Station. New Haven CT 06520-7425. 203-432-2951. [Doctoral Candidate]

SWART, Lisa

  • E-Mail: lisaswart11@gmail.com
  • Comments: Third Intermediate Period, funerary practices, art, religion and iconography; TIP Funerary Database Project

SYMONS, Sarah L.

  • Department of Physics & Astronomy, McMaster University, 1280 Main St W, Hamilton, Ontario
  • E-Mail: symonss@mcmaster.ca
  • Comments: Astronomy and timekeeping in ancient Egypt

TEETER, Emily

  • Office. Oriental Institute Museum. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569.
  • Voice: 773-702-1062
  • Fax: 773-702-9853
  • E-mail: e-teeter@uchicago.edu

TEYSSEIRE, Pascale M.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. Yale University. 102 HGS Drawer 1504 A Yale Station. New Haven CT 06520-7425
  • Voice: 203-432-2951
  • E-Mail: pascale.teysseire@yale.edu

THERIAULT, Carolyn

  • Doctoral candidate
  • Office: University of Toronto
  • Fax: 902-425-8751
  • E-Mail: Sekhmet@CompuServe.com
  • Home: 5288 Tobin Street, #6 Halifax NS B3H 1S2 Canada
  • Comments:
    Doctoral candidate at University of Toronto. Thesis entitled, "Accessing the Numinous: Incubation and Unsolicited Dreams in Ancient Egypt."

THOMAS, Nancy.

  • Office. Dept. of Ancient and Islamic Art. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 5905 Wilshire Boulevard. Los Angeles CA 90036. 213-857-6011; Fax: 213-936-5755.

THOMPSON, Steven E.

  • 12124 West Sample Road, Coral Springs, FL 33065

TINDEL, Raymond.

  • Office. Oriental Institute Museum. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9518; Fax 773-702-9853. E-Mail: r-tindel@uchicago.edu

TOBIN, Vincent A.

  • Office. No office address known.

TRIGGER, Bruce G.

  • Office. Dept of Anthropology. McGill University. 855 Sherbrooke St. West. Montreal, Quebec H3A 2T7 Canada. 514-398-4288.

TROPE, Betsy Teasley

  • Asst. Curator, Michael C. Carlos Museum, 571 S. Kilgo St., Atlanta, GA, 30322, USA
  • Voice: (404)727-2313
  • Fax: (404)727-1091
  • E-Mail: strope@emory.edu
  • Home: 212 Carlyle Lake, Decatur, GA, 30033, USA
  • Comments:
    Relief iconography of the Divine Adoratrices of the 25th/26th Dynasties (Johns Hopkins dissertation proposal approved fall 1999)

VAN DEN BRINK, Edwin C. M.

  • Visiting Scholar and Guest Professor, UCLA, Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, UCLA, 405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 90095-1419, USA
  • E-Mail: evdbrink@humnet.ucla.edu or edwinvandenbrink@AOL.com
  • Home: 332 S. Elm Dr., Apt # 1, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212-4686, USA
  • Comments:
    Predynastic/Protodynastic/Early Dynastic research in Egypt. 4th. and early 3rd. millennia interconnections between Egypt and the southern Levant.

VAN SETERS, John.

  • Office. Dept. of Religion. University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill NC 27517. 919-962-5666.

VAN SICLEN, Charles C., III.

  • Van Siclen Books, 111 Winnetka Road, San Antonio, TX 78229-3613, USA
  • Voice: 210-349-7913
  • Fax: 210-349-6450

VENIT, Marjorie.

  • Office. Dept. of Art. University of Maryland. College Park MD 20742.

VINSON, Steve.

  • Associate Professor: Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Indiana University, Goodbody Hall 102, 1011 E. 3rd St., Bloomington, IN 47405-7005 USA
  • Voice:812-856-6736
  • E-Mail: vinsons@indiana.edu

VISCHAK, Deborah A.

  • PhD. Candidate, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 1 E. 78th Street, New York, NY, 10021, USA
  • Voice: 212-420-9708
  • E-Mail: dqv9386@is4.nyu.edu or dvischak@hotmail.com
  • Home: 211 Thompson St., Apt. 4K, New York, NY, 10012, USA
  • Comments:
    Dissertation topic: Mortuary Art of the Old Kingdom, Center and Periphery: the dissemination, adaptation, and innovation of capital models in provincial tombs.

WALKER, Edward.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. University of Chicago. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9512.

WALKER, Karen F.

  • Office. Egyptian Dept. Royal Ontario Museum. 100 Queen's Park. Toronto, Ontario M5S [Doctoral Candidate]

WARBURTON, David Alan

  • Dept. of Biblical Studies, Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK-8000 C, Denmark
  • Comments:
    Economic and political history.

WARD, Cheryl

  • Associate Professor & Maritime Archaeologist, Department of History, P.O. Box 261954, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC 29528-6054 USA
  • Voice: 843-349-6657
  • E-Mail: wardc@coastal.edu
  • Comments:
    Ancient Egyptian boats, ships and seafaring

WEEKS, Kent R.

  • American University in Cairo, 113 Sharia Kasr el Aini, Cairo, Egypt
  • Voice: 20-2-354-2964
  • Fax: 20-2-355-7565
  • E-Mail: weekstmp@aucegypt.edu

WEGNER, Jennifer Houser

  • Keeper, Egyptian Section, U of PA Museum, 33rd and Spruce Sts., Philadlephia, PA, 19104, USA
  • Voice: 215-898-4049
  • Fax: 215-898-0657
  • E-Mail: jennifer.houser@yale.edu
  • Home: 4333 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, PA, 19104 USA
  • Comments:
    Dissertation in Progress: An Examination of Demotic Wisdom Literature. Yale University, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.

WEGNER, Josef W.

  • Assistant Professor of Egyptology, Assistant Curator, Egyptian Section, University of Pennsylvania Museum, 33rd and Spruce Sts., Philadelphia, PA, 19104, USA
  • Fax: 215-898-0657
  • E-Mail: jwegner@sas.upenn.edu
  • Home: 4333 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, PA, 19104, USA

WEGNER, Mary Ann Pouls

  • Assistant Professor of Egyptian Archaeology, Department of near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto, 4 Bancroft Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1C1, Canada
  • Voice: (416) 946-7451
  • Fax: 416-978-3306
  • E-Mail: ma.poulswegner@utoronto.ca
  • Comments:
    Field Director of the North Abydos Cultic Zone Project, under the auspices of the University of Pennsylvania-Yale University-Institute of Fine Arts, New York University Expedition to Abydos..

WEINSTEIN, James.

  • Home. 607-257-4039.

WELLS, John W.

  • 8583-F Falls Run Rd., Ellicott City, MD, 21043, USA
  • Voice: 410-750-3295

WELLS, Ronald A.

  • Plant Gene Expression Center, 800 Buchanan Street, Albany, CA, 94710, USA
  • E-Mail: rwells@nature.berkeley.edu
  • Comments:
    Ph.D. in Astronomy; course material taken in Ancient Egyptian grammar & history from UC Berkeley; publications on Ancient Egyptian Astronomy & Calendar Systems in Egyptology journals.

WENDORF, Fred

WENDRICH, Willeke.

  • Office. Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures 3235 Hershey Hall P.O. Box 951511 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1511
  • Tel. 310-206-1496
  • Fax. 310-206-6456
  • E-Mail: wendrich@humnet.ucla.edu

WENKE, Robert. Office.

  • Anthropology Dept. University of Washington. Seattle WA 98195.
  • Tel. 206-543-9609;
  • Fax 206-543-3285.
  • E-Mail: wenke@u.washington.edu

WENTE, Edward F.

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569.
  • Tel. 773-702-9539
  • Fax 773-702-9853.
  • E-mail: e-wente@uchicago.edu

WERNER, Edward K.

  • Ganymede Gardens 11410 N. 164th Ct. Jupiter FL 33478-6147 USA
  • Voice: 561-575-7504
  • E-Mail: ekwerner@gate.net

WHITCOMB, Donald.

  • Office. Oriental Institute. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569.
  • Tel. 773-702-1407/9530.
  • E-mail: d-whitcomb@uchicago.edu

WHITE, Donald.

  • Office. Mediterranean Section. University Museum. 33rd and Spruce Sts. Philadelphia PA 19104.

WILFONG, Terry G.

  • Office. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. 434 S. State St. Ann Arbor MI 48109-1390.
  • Tel.313-936-2593
  • Fax: 313-763-8976.
  • E-Mail: twilfong@umich.edu

WILKINSON, Richard H.

  • Regents' Professor, Emeritus; Founding Director, University of Arizona Egyptian Expedition; Editor, Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections;
  • E-Mail: rhw@egypt.arizona.edu or, for JAEI, JAEI@egypt.arizona.edu
  • Comments:
    Areas of interest: Egyptian archaeology - especially of the Theban area and the Valley of the Kings - and interconnections between ancient Egypt and surrounding cultures.

WILLIAMS, Bruce.

  • Office. Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. University of Chicago. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-3686. E-Mail: bb-williams@uchicago.edu

WILSON, Karen L.

  • Office. Oriental Institute Museum. 1155 E. 58th St. Chicago IL 60637-1569. 773-702-9520; Fax 773-702-9853. E-mail: k-wilson@uchicago.edu

WOLFE, Margaret A.

  • Office. Egyptian Dept. Royal Ontario Museum. 100 Queen's Park. Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6 Canada. 416-586-5633. [Doctoral Candidate]

WOLINSKI, Arelene E.

  • Office. Mesa College, 7250 Mesa College Dr., San Diego, CA, 92111, USA
  • Voice: 619-388-2412
  • E-Mail: awolinsk@sdccd.net

WOOD, Wendy.

  • Office. No office address known.

YELLIN, Janice.

ZABECKI, Melissa.

ZARINS, Juris.

  • Office. Dept. of Sociology. Southwest Missouri State University. 901 S. National. Springfield MO 65802.


INSTITUTIONS

The Akhenaten Temple Project

  • The Pennsylvania State University, Scott Bldg. Room 102, State College, PA, 16803, USA
  • Voice: 814-865-2722
  • E-Mail: dbr3@psu.edu
  • Contacts:
    Prof. Donald B. Redford, director (Field director: Excavations at Mendes (Tel er-Rub'a); Excavations at Tel Kedwa (North Sinai)

    Susan Redford, assistant director (Field director: Expedition to the Tomb of Parennefer (TT 188)

The Amarna Research Foundation, Inc.

  • 5633 Jellison Street, Arvada, CO, 80002
  • Voice: 303-425-5589
  • E-Mail: Pepperdw@aol.com
  • Goals: Nonprofit organization which promotes research and study of the Amarna Period
    Name of founder: Robert Hanawalt
    Name of current president: David W. Pepper

American Research Center in Egypt

  • U.S. Office.
    American Research Center in Egypt, 8700 Crownhill Blvd., Suite 507 San Antonio, Texas 78209-1130
  • Tel: 210-821-7000
  • Fax: 210-821-7007
  • E-Mail: info@arce.org
  • http://www.arce.org
  • Cairo Office.
    American Research Center in Egypt, 2 Midan Simon Bolivar, Garden City, Cairo, Egypt
  • Voice: 20 2 794 8239
  • Fax: 20 2 795 3052
  • E-Mail: arce@ie-eg.com
  • http://www.arce.org

Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Incorporated

  • Privately funded research organization, which administers various archaeological projects in Egypt. P.O. Box 382608, Cambridge, MA, 02238-2608, USA
  • Voice: 617-868-1510
  • Contacts:
    Director: Dr. Mark Lehner
    Assistant Director: John S. Nolan

Ancient Egypt Studies Association (AESA)

  • Nonprofit organization which promotes the study and understanding of the civilization of Ancient Egypt in the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A. 927 NE 175th Avenue, Portland' OR, 97230' USA
  • Voice: 503-257-2937
  • http://www.teleport.com/~jsarr/aesa.html

Brooklyn Museum of Art

  • Department of Egyptian, Classical, and Ancient Middle Eastern Art. Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York, 11238-6052, USA
  • Voice: 718-638-5000
  • Fax: (718) 398-6930
  • Contacts:
    Shelley Bernstein, Departmental Assistant. Tel. ext. 210
    Edward Bleiberg, Associate Curator. Tel. ext. 461
    Madeleine Cody, Research Associate. Tel. ext. 460
    Richard Fazzini, Chairman and Curator. Tel. ext. 213
    Paul O'Rourke, Research Associate. Tel. ext. 472
    Edna Russmann, Associate Curator. Tel. Ext. 211

Brown University

  • Department of Egyptology, P.O. Box 1899, Providence, Rhode Island., 02912, U.S.A.
  • Voice: 401-863-3132
  • Fax: 401-863 1216
  • http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Egyptology/
  • Contacts:
    James P. Allen, Wilbour Professor of Egyptology and Chair,

Michael C. Carlos Museum

  • Emory University, 571 South Kilgo Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30322, USA
  • Voice: 404-727-4282
  • Fax: 404-727-1091
  • http://www.emory.edu/CARLOS
  • Contacts:
    Dr. Peter Lacovara, Curator of Ancient Art; Dr. Gay Robins, Faculty consultant-Ancient Egyptian Art; Dr. Monique Seefried, Curator of Ancient Near Eastern Art; Dr. Bonna Wescoat, Faculty Curator-Classical Art; Dr. Eric Varner, Faculty Curator -Roman Art; Ryan Kokoszka, Assistant Curator-Permanent Collections; Dr. Sheramy Bundrick, Assistant Curator-Classical Collections/Special Exhibitions.

The Detroit Institute of Arts

Egyptological Seminar of New York

  • 45 Clara Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11218-3009, USA
  • Voice: 718-972-7068
  • Fax: 718-638-5080
  • E-Mail: bklnmus3@metgate.metro.org
  • Note:
    publishes the Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar (BES)

Indiana University

  • Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, 1011 E 3rd St, Bloomington, IN 47404, U.S.A
  • Voice: 812-856-6736
  • E-Mail: vinsons@indiana.edu
  • Contact: Steve Vinson, Associate Professor

The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, The University of Memphis

  • 201 Jones Hall, Memphis, TN 38152-3380
  • Voice: 901-678-2555
  • Fax: 901-678-1632
  • http://www.memphis.edu/egypt/
  • Contacts:
    Dr. Lorelei Corcoran, Director
    Dr. Patricia Podzorski, Curator
    Dr. Mariam Ayad, Assistant Director

Journal of Near Eastern Studies

Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections

KMT - A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt

  • Quarterly, published Summer, Spring, Fall, Winter by
    KMT Communications, PO Box 1475, Sebastopol, CA, 94473-1475, USA
  • Voice: 707-823-6079
  • Fax: 707-823-6079
  • E-Mail: MJKUHLMANN@AOL.COM
  • http://www.egyptology.com/kmt/
  • Contacts: Publisher: Michael J Kuhlmann
    Editor: Dennis C. Forbes (see separate entry)

Metropolitan Museum of Art - Department of Egyptian Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lila Acheson Wallace Curatorship in Egyptology

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities/ Société pour l’Étude de l’Égypte Ancienne (Head Office)

Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, Calgary Chapter

Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, Montreal Chapter

  • C.P. 49022 Succ. Versailles, Montréal, Quebec, H1N 3T6, Canada
  • Voice: 514-353-4674
  • Fax: 514-353-4674
  • E-Mail: info@sseamtl.org
  • http://www.sseamtl.org
  • Contacts:
    President: Brigitte Ouellet
    Vice President: Jean Revez
    Secretary: Nicole Brisson

Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, Toronto Chapter

Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, Vancouver Chapter

University of Arizona Egyptian Expedition

University of California, Berkeley

  • Near Eastern Studies Department, 250 Barrows Hall, U. of California, Berkeley, CA, 94720-1940, U.S.A.
  • Voice: 510-642-3757
  • Fax: 510-643-8430
  • http://socrates.berkeley.edu/%7Eneareast/
  • Contacts: Dr. Carol Redmount, Associate Professor of Egyptian Archaeology.

University of California, Los Angeles

University of Charleston/Serapis Research Institute Theban Tombs Publication Project

University of Chicago

  • The Oriental Institute
    • The Demotic Dictionary Project
    • Epigraphic Survey
      • Oriental Institute, University of Chicago; May-Oct tel: 773-702-9524; fax: 773-702-9853
        Chicago House (Oct-April), Luxor, Egypt tel: (20-95) 37-2525 fax: (20-95) 38-1620
      • E-Mail: wr-johnson@uchicago.edu
      • http://www-oi.uchicago.edu/OI/PROJ/EPI/Epigraphic.html
      • Contacts:
        Field Director: W. Raymond Johnson, PhD
        Senior Epigrapher: Edward Castle, PhD
        Epigraphers: Briant Bohleke, PhD; J. Brett McClain; Harold Hays
        Artists: Sue Osgood; Margaret DeJong; Tina Di Cerbo; Bernice Williams; Will Schenck
        Staff Photographer: Yarko Kobylecky
        Librarian: Briant Bohleke, PhD: Assistant: Karin Bohleke, PhD
        Photo Archivist: Sue Lezon; Assistant: Ellie Smith
        Conservators: Lotfi Hassan; John Stewart; Hiroko Kariya; Adel Aziz
        Stone cutter: Dany Roy
    • Oriental Institute Museum
      • The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago
      • Office: 1155 East Fifty-Eighth Street Chicago IL 60637-1569 USA
      • Voice: 773-702-9520
      • Fax: 773-702-9853
      • E-Mail: oi-museum@uchicago.edu
      • http://www-oi.uchicago.edu/OI/MUS/OI_Museum.html
      • Contacts:
        KAREN WILSON, Director
        CAROLE KRUCOFF, Education Department
        JOHN LARSON, JR., Archivist, Photographic Services
        EMILY TEETER, Associate Curator
        RAYMOND TINDEL, Registrar

University of Pennsylvania

  • Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies: Middle Eastern Section, 847 Williams Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 19104-6305;
  • Voice: 215 898-7466/67
  • Contacts:
    David P. Silverman (Chair)

University of Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania

  • Center for Judaic Studies (formerly Annenberg Research Center, originally Dropsie College): Library and Manuscript Collections, 420 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19106
  • Voice: 215 238-1290
  • Contacts:
    David Goldenberg (Associate Director)

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

  • Department of Ancient Art
  • Office: 2800 Grove Avenue Richmond VA 23221-2466 USA
  • Voice: 804-367-0867
  • Fax: 804-367-0886
  • E-Mail: memayo@vmfa.state.va.us
  • Contacts: Dr. Margaret Ellen Mayo, Senior Curator of Ancient Art

Walters Art Museum

  • Department of Ancient Art, Egyptian Collection, North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21201-5185, USA

Wilbour Library of Egyptology, Brooklyn Museum of Art

  • 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY, 11238-6052, USA
  • Voice: 718-638-5000 x. 215
  • Fax: 718-638-5080
  • E-Mail: bklnmus3@metgate.metro.org

Yale University, Deptartment Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations

  • P.O. Box 208236, New Haven, CT, 06520-8236, USA
  • Voice: 203-432-2944
  • Fax: 203-432-2946

 



Listings Outside of North America

ANDERSON, Julie Renee

  • Assistant Keeper, Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan, The British Museum, London, UK WC1B 3D

BALIGH, Randa

  • Assistant Professor of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Mansoura University

CHIOFFI, Marco

CONDON, Virginia

  • Unterefangstr. 11, Lauenen 3782 Switzerland
  • Voice: 41-33-765-3535 and 1-914-666-3504.
  • Fax: 41-33-765-3838

GRIFFIS-GREENBERG, Katherine.

  • Oriental Institute, Oriental Studies Doctoral Program [Egyptology]
  • Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, Oxford OX2 6QA,United Kingdom
  • E-mail: katherine.griffis@orinst.ox.ac.uk
  • Comments: Egyptian religious beliefs, as expressed in iconography, architecture and art. Education: M. A. Egyptian Archaeology, 2002, University College London. Working PhD Dissertation title at Oxford: "The Temple of Seti I at Abydos as Sacred Space for Rituals in New Kingdom Egypt," with anticipated completion in 2015.

HELLUM, Jennifer

  • Keeper of Egyptian and Islamic Antiquities/ museum august Kestner, Trammplatz 3, D-30167 Hannover, Germany
  • Voice: 649-373-7599 x88844
  • E-mail: j.hellum@auckland.ac.nz
  • Comments: Old Kingdom, Pyramid Texts, Religion.

LOEBEN, Christian E.

  • Office: 1.04, 1 Wynyard St., Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Voice: +49/511-16842590
  • Fax: +49/511-16846530
  • E-mail: christian.loeben@hannover-stadt.de

PIQUETTE, Kathryn

POLZ, Daniel C.

  • Associate Director, German Institute of Archaeology, Cairo, 31. Sharia Abu el-Feda, Zamalek, 11211, Egypt
  • Voice: 011-20-2-340-1460
  • Fax: 011-20-2-342-0770
  • E-Mail: polz@soficom.com.eg

RIGAMONTI, Giuliana

SPALINGER, Anthony

  • Office. Dept. of Classics & Ancient History. University of Auckland. Private Bag. Auckland, New Zealand. 649-373-7599 x 8865; Fax: 649-308-2301. E-Mail: aj.spalinger@auckland.ac.nz

SZPAKOWSKA, Kasia

  • Dept. of Classics and Ancient History, University of Wales Swansea, Swansea, Wales, SA2 8PP, UK
  • E-Mail: K.Szpakowska@swansea.ac.uk

 



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