Teaching

ATS2351 – The archaeology of death in ancient Egypt: The early dynastic period to middle kingdom
ATS2352 – Egypt’s golden age
ATS2924 – Ancient Egyptian language: The basics
ATS2925 – Ancient Egyptian language: Intermediary stage
ATS3339 – Egypt: The broken reed?
ATS4257 – Reading the Ancient Past

Supervision

Recent Completions

Amy Pettman, Tracks through the Sand: Understanding the Date and Nature of Old Kingdom Activity in the Western Desert (PhD 2016).

Rosanne Livingstone, Dress and Identity in Kellis (PhD 20150; supervised with G.E. Bowen

David Stewart, The Myth of Osiris in the Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts (PhD 2014)

Emmeline Healey, Akhenaten and the Armed Forces (PhD 2012)

Ben Suelzle, ‘Ancient Egyptian State Formation and Elite Burial Practices’ (PhD 2011)

Paul Kucera, The Roman Military Presence in the Western Desert of Egypt (PhD 2010)

Caroline Hubschamm, ‘The oases of the Western Desert of Egypt during the Third Intermediate and Late Periods: the study of a regional identity.’ (PhD 2009)

Amy Pettman, ‘Ain el-Gazzareen: New Insight into the Old Kingdom – Egyptian Presence in the Dakhleh Oasis.’ (MA 2009)

Ashten Warfe, ‘A Study of the pottery remains from early and mid-Holocene sites in Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt.’ (PhD 2008)

Joylene Kremler, ‘The Origin and Development of Frog Amulets and Figures in Ancient Eygpt and their relationship to the Goddess Heqet.’ (MA 2008)

Lainie O’Brien, ‘Aspects of Kingship in the Reign of Thutmose III’. (MA 2007)

Richard Long, ‘Egypt’s Western Oases during the New Kingdom (c.1550-1069 B.C.E.).’ (MA 2007)

Eccleston, Technological and Social Aspects of High-Temperature Industries in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt, during the Ptolemaic and Roman Periods (PhD 2006)