Egyptology's Interdisciplinary Future
with Dr. Aaron M. de Souza & Dr.Amber G.E. Hood
Seismic social shifts of recent years have led to a dramatic push for change in the field of Egyptology to make the discipline more open, inclusive, scientifically relevant, and academically sustainable. Hosted by the University of Vienna, the new journal Interdisciplinary Egyptology, or IntEg, challenges the discipline by encouraging meaningful interdisciplinary research, and championing research that would otherwise be considered "off-piste" in traditional Egyptology. IntEg also disrupts traditional dissemination models by offering a fully online, fully Open Access, free to publish, peer-reviewed alternative that looks forward to a more collaborative and inclusive future for Egyptology.
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