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Histories of Egyptology: Interdisciplinary Measures

edited by William Carruthers
Format
Book
Published
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.
Language
English
Series
Routledge Studies in Egyptology
ISBN
9780415843690, 0415843693, 9780203754139 (ebk)
Contents
  • Introduction : thinking about histories of Egyptology / William Carruthers
  • The object of study : Egyptology, archaeology, and anthropology at Oxford, 1860-1960 / Alice Stevenson
  • The Anglo-Saxon branch of the Berlin School : the interwar correspondence of Adolf Erman and Alan Gardiner and the loss of the German concession at Amarna / Thomas Gertzen
  • The cursed discipline? : the peculiarities of Egyptology at the turn of the twenty-first century / Juan Carlos Moreno García
  • Interdisciplinary measures : beyond disciplinary histories of Egyptology / David Gange
  • Beyond travelers' accounts and reproductions : unpublished nineteenth-century works as histories of Egyptology / Andrew Bednarski
  • Studies in esoteric syntax : the enigmatic friendship of Aleister Crowley and Battiscombe Gunn / Steve Vinson and Janet Gunn
  • Margaret Alice Murray and archaeological training in the classroom : preparing 'Petrie's pups' / Kathleen L. Sheppard
  • Discussing knowledge in the making / Christina Riggs
  • On archaeological labor in modern Egypt / Wendy Doyon
  • Remembering and forgetting Tutankhamun : imperial and national rhythms of archaeology, 1922-1972 / Donald M. Reid
  • The state of the archive : manipulating memory in modern Egypt and the writing of Egyptological histories / Hussein Omar
  • Histories of Egyptology in Egypt : some thoughts / Marwa Elshakry
  • Thomas 'Mummy' Pettigrew and the study of Egypt in early nineteenth-century Britain / Gabriel Moshenska
  • Repeating death : the high priest character in mummy horror films / Jasmine Day
  • What's in a face? : mummy portrait panels and identity in museum display / Debbie Challis
  • Legacies of engagement : the multiple manifestations of ancient Egypt in public discourse / Stephanie Moser
  • The old and new Egyptian museums : between imperialists, nationalists, and tourists / Mohamed Elshahed.
Description
283 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Notes
  • "The chapters ... , alongside some commissioned pieces, represent revised versions of papers given at a conference held in London during June 2010[, ] Disciplinary Measures: Histories of Egyptology in Multi-Disciplinary Context"--Introduction.
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 268-269) and index.
Series Statement
Routledge studies in Egyptology ; 2
Technical Details
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