Events and publications - Eventos e publicações
Pharmacy and Medicine in ancient Egypt Conference, 1-3 September 2008, University of Manchester
Egyptology and Archaeology Gallery redevelopment at the Manchester Museum
The Manchester Museum is planning to redevelop its Egyptology and Archaeology galleries.
The first stage of the project is a period of consultation with the Museum stakeholders.
The Museum will be hosting two consultation events, on March 29th (theme: Identity and Ethnicity in the Past) and April 19th (theme: Understanding the Past) 2008.
If you have an interest in the gallery redevelopment, and would like to attend, please contact Dr Karen Exell, Curator, Egypt and the Sudan (firstname.lastname@example.org), or go to http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/community/getinvolved/
The Manchester Museum Research Seminar
Wednesday 5 March, Design for the 21st Century: The New Egyptian Galleries in Liverpool Dr Ashley Cooke, World Museum, Liverpool
Wednesday 9 April, Authenticity and Icon: Exhibiting Egypt at The Manchester Museum Dr Karen Exell, The Manchester Museum
All seminars at the Manchester Museum, 3-5pm, all welcome, no charge. For further details, please contact Dr Joyce Tyldesley
5 April, Egyptian Cultural Centre, London Day School: Egyptology at Manchester Professor Rosalie David, Dr Angelique Corthals, Dr Karen Exell.
17th May, Manchester Museum Day School The Two Brothers at the Manchester Museum:
The Two Brothers at the Manchester Museum: Researching and displaying Egyptian Mummies Speakers to include Professor Rosalie David, Professor Piotr Bienkowski, Dr Karen Exell, Dr Steven Snape, Glenn Godenho and Claire Malleson
Tickets are £30 and there are a limited number of places available for full-time University students at a cost of £15
Please contact Phyllis Stoddart on 0161 275 2643 for further information or email her at email@example.com
23rd-27th June: Manchester University Egyptology Summer School
Jointly organised by the KNH-centre for Biomedical Egyptology and the Manchester Museum.
Application forms may be downloaded from www.manchester.ac.uk/coursespublic or may be obtained on request from firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 0161 275 3274
University of Manchester Egyptologists have published two new books
Science books delve into Egyptian history
Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science