ARCE supports diverse forms of research into Egypt's history and culture, and the dissemination of research through publication is an important element of the Center’s mission. Coordinated by a publications office based in Cairo, ARCE's publications comprise books, an annual journal (the first American journal devoted solely to the study of Egypt), a bi-annual bulletin, an annual conservation newsletter, and a quarterly e-newsletter.
ARCE's twenty years of working to preserve Egypt's cultural heritage, supported by funding from USAID, has resulted in numerous scholarly publications documenting various conservation projects. And, over the last thirty years, ARCE has published more than forty catalogues, conference proceedings, bibliographies, anthologies, excavation reports, and critical editions. Browse books>>
The annual Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt is comprised of scholarly manuscripts on a wide range of research subjects pertaining to Egypt. Browse Journals>>
The bi-annual Bulletin of the American Research Center in Egypt is a glossy, full-color publication that informs readers of current research and upcoming events in Egypt and the United States. Browse Bulletins>>
ARCE Conservation is an annual newsletter that provides members with the latest news coming out of ARCE’s USAID conservation and training projects.
Each year, ARCE publishes a booklet containing the abstracts of all papers presented during the annual meeting. The abstract booklet serves as a record and commemoration of each annual meeting’s scholarly proceedings. Review recent booklets>>
Technical reports compiled following the completion of projects are housed in Cairo and are available to scholars for research purposes.