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Kara Cooney is no stranger to the rigors and delights of television production. But her newest television venture is something of a leap forward and sideways at the same time.
Janis Susan May Patterson of the ARCE North Texas chapter has been passionate about two things for as long as she can rememberâ€”writing, and ancient Egypt.
ARCE President Emily Teeter is interviewed in the June 21 edition of the Chicago Tribune. The story centers around the recent facial reconstruction of the mummy of Meresamun by two forensic artists.
In mid-June 36 American university students will step on to the baking tarmac at Cairo International Airport and start a language learning experience destined to change them forever, or at least for the next two months.
Dr. Emily Teeter has been an ARCE member since 1974, and credits much of her professional development to the relationships and resources provided by the organization.
During the 2009 Annual Meeting, we had a chance to sit down andinterview some of our members about their relationship with ARCE andtheir perspective on ARCEâ€™s role as an organization.
Here,members of the Board of Governors share their thoughts about ARCEâ€™simpactâ€”on its membership, Egyptology, and the worldâ€™s culturalheritage.
The first week of February was a whirlwind of activity for ARCE's Associate Director, Michael Jones, and Director of Development, Dina Aboul Saad. The two staff members made a three-city tour of local ARCE chapters, where Jones delivered a series of lectures on some of ARCE's recent Egyptian conservation projects.
INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF MUSEUMS
The International Council of Museums, in an effort to fight against illicit traffic in cultural goods, compiles the Emergency Red List of Egyptian Cultural Objects at Risk. This list aims to help art and heritage professionals and law enforcement officials identify Egyptian objects that are protected by national and international legislations. View the Red List for Egypt.