Monday, March 30, 2015

UAEE Publications

Wilkinson Egyptology Series

Founded in 2013, the Wilkinson Egyptology Series is a peer-reviewed imprint of the UAEE. The series is open to proposals from all scholars in the field of Egyptology for publication of monographs, comprehensive site reports, conference proceedings, and other edited works. The goal of the Series is to assist scholars in bringing high-quality work to print quickly, through a review process akin to those of most major journals. After a period of not more than five years, each volume will be made available online, free of charge. The series is named after and designed to reflect Richard H. Wilkinson's prolific academic career: producing the highest quality work in a timely manner. Contributions to the UAEE in honor of Professor Wilkinson will be marked to support the Series specifically, and can be made here.
For questions or to submit a manuscript or proposal for inclusion in the series, please contact:
The Series logo is an abbreviated writing of the word rHw, meaning "companions, comrades, fellows," an appropriate reminder that these works are offered in the spirit of advancing our collective knowledge and could not have been produced without the benefit of the work of those who have come before. See A.H. Gardiner, Egyptian Grammar (3rd edition revised, Oxford: Griffith Institute, 1957) pg 578 for the translation.

Image & Voice in Saite Egypt: Self-Presentations of Neshor Named Psamtikmenkhib and Payeftjauemawyneith (2014)

Wilkinson Egyptology Series, vol. II

In December 2014, the UAEE published this work, by Hussein Bassir. At 269 pages and including 25 figures and 34 color plates this is a scholarly work that explores the self-presentation of some elite members of late Saite (26th Dynasty) Egypt. This study examines the biographies and statues of two individuals who were principal members of the non-royal aristocracy. The approach integrates images, monuments, and texts with the places, participants and broader historical environment that gives them meaning. Ultimately, the goal is to bridge the gap between image and text.
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Archaeological Research in the Valley of the Kings and Ancient Thebes: Papers Presented in Honor of Richard H. Wilkinson (2013)

Wilkinson Egyptology Series, vol. I

In August 2013, the UAEE published Archaeological Research in the Valley of the Kings and Ancient Thebes: Papers Presented in Honor of Richard H. Wilkinson, edited by P.P. Creasman. At nearly 400 pages and including 125+ color illustrations, this work is composed of two dozen chapters by leading scholars from around the world. A great variety of new discoveries and current research are presented, covering topics as diverse as ancient tomb robbery to historic love letters.
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The Temple of Tausret (2011)

A report of UAEE's  excavations from 2004 to 2011 of the remains of the temple of millions of years of Tausert, the 19th Dynasty queen who ruled as a king c. 1200 B.C.E., edited by R.H. Wilkinson.
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Also, you can learn virtually all there is to know about the Pharaoh-Queen Tausret in Tausret: Forgotten Queen and Pharaoh of Egypt (2012, Oxford), ed. R.H. Wilkinson, which can also be purchased from Amazon, here:

Valley of the Sun Kings: New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs  (1995)

The papers from the International Conference on the Valley of the Kings conducted by the Egyptian Expedition were published as Valley of the Sun Kings: New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs (Tucson, 1995).
The volume is printed as a library quality laminated paperback (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.
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Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections

The Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections (JAEI) is a peer-reviewed wholly online scholarly publication integrating Egyptology with the Mediterranean, Near Eastern, and African Studies--providing a new venue for this growing field of interdisciplinary and inter-area research. The JAEI is published and hosted by the University of Arizona and is an independent sister-entity of the Egyptian ExpeditionUAEE members and visitors will likely find the content of JAEI of great interest. ISSN: 1944-2815.

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