Conferences Supported & Sponsored
III SEMNA Conference of Egyptology. National Museum of Rio de Janeiro (2015)
In an effort to support the development of Egyptology in Brazil, and in concert with the Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections, the UAEE provided free access to the journal for all III SEMNA conference (November 30-December 4, 2015) participants for one year. Obtaining specialized literature is a requisite for high quality research, but is often prohibitively expensive given the breadth and depth of materials needed. The collaboration of the journal and UAEE hopes to reduce this barrier, at least in part.
The American Research Center in Egypt's 66th Annual Meeting (2015)
At the 66th annual meeting of The American Research Center in Egypt (April 24-26, 2015), in Houston, Texas, the UAEE sponsored the Graduate Student Poster Session. It its second year, the poster session was well subscribed and offered more than a dozen students the opportunity to present their work at the largest gathering of Egyptologists in the New World.
Crossroads II: There & Back Again. Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic (2014)
In concert with the Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections, the UAEE provided free access to the journal for all Crossroads II conference (September 15-18, 2014) participants for one year. The collaboration of the journal and UAEE hopes to encourage interconnections studies, such as those presented at the Crossroads conference.
The American Research Center in Egypt's 65th Annual Meeting (2014)
At the 65th annual meeting of The American Research Center in Egypt (April 4-6, 2014), in Portland, Oregon, the UAEE sponsored the inaugural Graduate Student Poster Session. Indeed, it was the UAEE’s advocacy that created this new opportunity.
International Amarna Research Conference (2004)
The UAEE hosted an international conference on the Amarna Period of Ancient Egyptian History on April 15, 2004. This conference aimed to advance understanding of the Amarna Era through the presentation of new material, ideas, and approached and was international in scope, including invited speakers from five countries:
James P. Allen, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Betsy Bryan, Johns Hopkins University
Alwyn Burridge, University of Toronto
Earl Ertman, University of Akron
Lyn Green, University of Toronto
Zahi Hawass, Holeil Ghaly and Edwin Brock, S.C.A. / American University in Cairo
Michael Mallinson, Cambridge University
Lyla Pinch-Brock, American University in Cairo
Donald Redford, Pennsylvania State University
Susan Redford, Pennsylvania State University
Gay Robins, Emory University
Kristin Thompson, University of Wisconsin
Alain Zivie, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris
The American Research Center in Egypt's 55th Annual Meeting (2004)
The University of Arizona Egyptian Expedition hosted the 55th annual meeting of The American Research Center in Egypt, April 16-18, 2004, in Tucson. This national Egyptological conference featured over 125 speakers from a total of twelve countries.
International Conference on the Valley of the Kings (1994)
The UAEE hosted an important International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, which was held in October 1994. The participants included most of the scholars then active in Valley of the Kings research and in addition to discussion panels on excavation, analysis of art and artifacts, and conservation, the following papers were presented:
Daniel Polz: The Location of the Tomb of Amenhotep I
Claude Vandersleyen: Who Was the First King in the Valley?
Edwin Brock: The Clearance of the Tomb of Ramesses VII
Jiro Kondo: The Re-clearance of Tombs WV22 and WVA
Lyla Pinch Brock: Theodore Davis and the Rediscovery of Tomb 55
Erik Hornung: Studies on the Decoration of the Tomb of Seti I
Richard Wilkinson: Symbolic Orientation and Alignment in NK Royal Tombs
Catharine Roehrig: Wooden Doors in the Royal Tombs in the Valley of the Kings
Earl Ertman: Alterations to the Canopic Jar Portraits and Coffin Mask from KV55
Kent Weeks: The Work of the Theban Mapping Project and the Protection of the Valley
Garniss Curtis: Deterioration of the Royal Tombs
John Rutherford and Donald Ryan: Tentative Tomb Protection Priorities
Donald Ryan: Further Observations Concerning the Valley of the Kings
The papers from this conference were published as Valley of the Sun Kings: New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs (UAEE, Tucson, 1995). ISBN 0-9649958. 165 pp. with over 90 photographs, figures, maps and charts.
A limited number of copies of this volume are available for purchase from the UAEE.