Towards a New History for the Egyptian Old Kingdom: Perspectives on the Pyramid Age
Sponsored by The University of British Columbia, Harvard University, and Brill Academic Publishers
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 to Thursday, April 26, 2012

Location:
Tsai Auditorium // CGIS South Building, Room S-010 // 1730
Cambridge St.
Cambridge, MA 2138
United States

The Pyramid Age represents the first of several highpoints in ancient
Egypt's long history. But critical questions remain on the history of the
period, its social structure and economic organization, and the long-term
implications of its artistic achievements. On the occasion of the fifth
anniversary of the new Journal of Egyptian History, The University
of British Columbia, Harvard University, and Brill Academic Publishers,
Boston, are planning to hold a conference at Harvard University on
April 25-26, 2012. Faculty, students, and colleagues in the Boston
area will have an opportunity to mix with a distinguished group of
Egyptological scholars from around the world. Immediately following
this conference, the annual meeting of the American Research Center
in Egypt will take place at Brown University from April 27-29, 2012.

Contact Information
Peter Der Manuelian
617-496-8558

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