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Two Egyptology Lectures by the Redfords at Berkeley, 12/06/2009
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Glenn Meyer
2009-11-25 06:56:28 UTC
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The Northern California Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt,
the Department of Near Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley
and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley
Present the lectures

Tale of Two Tombs:
Field work in the Theban Necropolis

by Susan Redford

New Discoveries in the Nile Delta:
The Site of Mendes

by Dr. Donald Redford
Pennsylvania State University

December 6, 2009

Please note the earlier lecture time,
and come before that to do your holiday
shopping at the suq!

Suq 12:30 PM
and after the lectures.
Lectures start at 1:30 PM
20 Barrows Hall
UC Campus, Berkeley

Parking is available in U.C. lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays
and all day on weekends for a fee. Ticket dispensing
machines accept either $5 bills or $1 bills. Parking is
available in Parking Structure B on Bancroft between Hearst
Gym and Kroeber Hall and just across the street from the
University Art Museum. Parking is also available on the
circle drive in front of the Valley Life Sciences Building
which can be entered from Oxford Street or behind Dwinelle
Hall which can also be entered from Oxford Street at the
Track and Field Stadium. A map of the campus is available
online at http://www.berkeley.edu/map/. For more information
please call 650-367-8339 or send e-mail to ***@comcast.net.

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Glenn Meyer
2009-12-04 07:16:47 UTC
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Please be aware that Sunday's
lectures have had to be changed.


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The Northern California Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt,
the Department of Near Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley
and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley
Present the lecture

After the Empire: El Hibeh and Egypt's Third Intermediate Period

by Dr. Carol Redmount
Chair, Near Eastern Studies
UC Berkeley

December 6, 2009

Please note the earlier lecture time,
and come before that to do your holiday
shopping at the suq!

Lecture starts at 1:30 PM.
Suq 12:30 PM
and after the lectures.
20 Barrows Hall
UC Campus, Berkeley

Parking is available in U.C. lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays
and all day on weekends for a fee. Ticket dispensing
machines accept either $5 bills or $1 bills. Parking is
available in Parking Structure B on Bancroft between Hearst
Gym and Kroeber Hall and just across the street from the
University Art Museum. Parking is also available on the
circle drive in front of the Valley Life Sciences Building
which can be entered from Oxford Street or behind Dwinelle
Hall which can also be entered from Oxford Street at the
Track and Field Stadium. A map of the campus is available
online at http://www.berkeley.edu/map/. For more information
please call 650-367-8339 or send e-mail to ***@comcast.net.

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Glenn Meyer
2009-12-08 16:57:19 UTC
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*Student Fellowships*

The Northern California Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt
is offering Student Fellowships (either a single grant of $500 or two
grants of $250 each dependent upon applicants) to students in Northern
California colleges and universities studying Egyptian history, culture
or archaeology in any period, ancient to contemporary.



Applications should be via email to Al Berens,* ***@comcast.net, *and
should include your name, your position in the program (i.e.
undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctorate) and a* brief* (1 page or
less) description of the intended use for the funds (research, books,
travel to Egypt, participation in the El Hibeh project, etc.).



*Deadline for submission is January 20th, 2010. *The check(s) will be
awarded at the January monthly meeting on Sunday January 24th, 2010. The
Board of Directors, in consultation with Dr. Carol Redmount, will have
the final word on the awarding of the fellowships.

Al Berens
***@comcast.net
Berens Graphics
President, American Research Center in Egypt, No. CA Chapter
"When the sun god is angry with a land, he places the fools in charge of
the wise"
From the Wisdom of Ankhsheshonqy
Glenn Meyer
2010-01-16 18:14:29 UTC
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This is a reminder that applications for the Northern California ARCE
student fellowships are due January 20th, four days from today.

Glenn

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Post by Glenn Meyer
*Student Fellowships*
The Northern California Chapter of the American Research Center in
Egypt is offering Student Fellowships (either a single grant of $500
or two grants of $250 each dependent upon applicants) to students in
Northern California colleges and universities studying Egyptian
history, culture or archaeology in any period, ancient to contemporary.
*and should include your name, your position in the program (i.e.
undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctorate) and a* brief* (1 page or
less) description of the intended use for the funds (research, books,
travel to Egypt, participation in the El Hibeh project, etc.).
*Deadline for submission is January 20th, 2010. *The check(s) will be
awarded at the January monthly meeting on Sunday January 24th, 2010.
The Board of Directors, in consultation with Dr. Carol Redmount, will
have the final word on the awarding of the fellowships.
Al Berens
Berens Graphics
President, American Research Center in Egypt, No. CA Chapter
"When the sun god is angry with a land, he places the fools in charge
of the wise"
Post by Glenn Meyer
From the Wisdom of Ankhsheshonqy
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