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The #Archive: Women Administrators as Network Hubs

A little over a year ago, I wrote this post about Emily Paterson, the General Secretary for the then-Egypt Exploration Fund (now Society) from 1892-1919.  I won’t rehash that post for you, but the main point was that there are … Continue reading

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The Tomb of Perneb at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

It has been almost 6 weeks since I’ve posted anything, but that doesn’t mean no work is getting done.  I’m busy writing a paper for the HARN/Swedish Institute Conference in October; working on a volume of edited correspondence (more on … Continue reading

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ICYMI: @HistoricEngland’s Martyn Barber is #Serious

Very serious things happening over at HARN Towers: https://harngroup.wordpress.com/2016/06/02/enviable-minds-extraordinary-turnips/

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Part 4: The Paper and my #CVofFailures

If you’ve made it this far, I’ll buy you some cookies!  Thank you for coming along on this ride.  This is the longest section.  It is the meat of the paper and where I prove my points by presenting the … Continue reading

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ICYMI: HARN 2016 Call for Papers

Did everyone see the Call for Papers for the HARN and Swedish Institute in Rome conference?  See it on the HARN blog here: https://harngroup.wordpress.com/conferencesworkshops/2016-harnsir-conference/ Take a look at the CfP and think about sending a proposal!  I’ll be there, probably … Continue reading

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Historical How-To: Splitting up Finds

A month ago, over the span of about 10 days, I had multiple trustworthy sources tell me I JUST HAD to read Mary Chubb‘s fabulous Nefertiti Lived Here (1954).  The book is her memoir about her first-ever excavation at Amarna … Continue reading

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Emma Andrews, Egyptologist

**I’ve been blogging over at HARN towers!  Check it out! Emma Andrews gets a bad and unfair rap.  As I posted here recently in a book review, Emma Andrews was a central character in the life of American millionaire and … Continue reading

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