The Egyptology Study Group is a forum for graduate students to senior researchers in Finland working on ancient Egypt. It is organized by Melanie Wasmuth within the framework of the Centre of Excellence in Ancient Near Eastern Empires. Since September 2018, we meet monthly to share and discuss ongoing research on ancient Egypt. This spring, we will be joined by five specialists in Egyptian cultural and social history.
09.02.2021, at 18.15–19.45: Gabriele Pieke (Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen Mannheim), Walking Dead: On the Transmission of Pictorial Representations in Non-Royal Tomb Decoration up to the New Kingdom.
09.03.2021, at 18.15–19.45: Lena Tambs (University of Cologne), Studying Socio-Economic Behaviour in Ptolemaic Egypt with Social Network Analysis.Registration: Details for joining the lecture will be provided via email after registrating.
13.04.2021, at 18.15–19.45: Irmgard Hein (University of Vienna), The Eastern Nile Delta, and the Beginning of the Late Bronze Age.Registration: Details for joining the lecture will be provided via email after registrating here.
11.05.2021, at 18.15–19.45: Inmaculada Vivas Sainz (University of Madrid), Art on the move? Mobility of artists and diffusion of styles and iconography in 18th Dynasty Egypt.Registration: Details for joining the lecture will be provided via email after registrating here.
08.06.2021, at 18.15–19.45: Françoise Labrique (University of Cologne / Université libre de Bruxelles), Bes in Bahariya.Registration: Details for joining the lecture will be provided via email after registrating here.