Zoom

For each lecture series, a handbook will be provided with suggested readings.  The Zoom link will be sent out the day before the lecture and again on the morning of the lecture, as a reminder.

To join each lecture you need to download Zoom to your device, which can be used on a pc, mac, phone or ipad.  This is a free application.

https://zoom.us/

I will be online 15 minutes prior to the lecture to enable everyone to log on. There will be a short comfort break mid-way through the lecture and time for questions and discussion after.  These are live sessions; however, I am happy to answer further enquiries, as appropriate, by email.

 

Courses on demand

Please contact me if you would like me to create a bespoke course, day school or study visit for your group. Caption (Seshat: The Female Scribe – Brooklynn Museum 52.129)    

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Zoom into the Middle Kingdom Egypt: Part 2

Zoom into the Middle Kingdom Egypt: Part 2 Five-week course starting Monday 10th Aug at 10.30 – 12.00, cost  £30   The second five-week lecture series will examine the art and literature produced during this time period. This includes some of the most expressive sculptures created in the ancient world,…

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Zoom into the Middle Kingdom Egypt: Part 1

Zoom into the Middle Kingdom Egypt: Part 1 Five-week course starting Monday 29th June at 10.30 – 12.00, cost  £30 Spanning the 11th until 13th Dynasty, the Middle Kingdom is greatly overlooked but it is a time of innovation and transformation. This includes the first monumental building programme at Thebes,…

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Zoom Courses

Future Zoom Courses For each lecture series, a handbook will be provided with suggested readings.  The Zoom link will be sent out the day before the lecture and again on the morning of the lecture, as a reminder. To join you need to download Zoom to your device, which can…

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Book for Archaeopress

Once the fun writing was over, I decided it was time to settle down and begin to prepare the second half of my thesis for publication with Archaeopress.  This focused on the so called ‘ladies on beds’ figurines from New Kingdom Egypt and her Empire.  The figurines were actually the…

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Articles for Nile Magazine

Initially like many of us when we went into lockdown I was suffering from ‘brain fog’.  I really did not know what to do with myself.  After collecting my thoughts, I decided to catch up with some long overdue writing.  To my shame, I discovered I had begun an article…

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Before lockdown

I was busy with a multitude of teaching in a variety of venues.  I was mid-way through my Journey Up the Nile course at the Centre for Continuing Education, at the University of Liverpool.  In this module we started our journey in Alexandria, as early travellers, such as David Roberts…

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