Liverpool Egyptology Seminar: Senenmut Redivivus: Favour, Formula and the Functions of Sculpture

5:00pm - 7:00pm / Thursday 12th October 2017 / Venue: Seminar Room 10 Rendall Building
Type: Lecture / Category: Department
  • Admission: Free admission
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We are glad to announce our first LES lecture for this semester: Dr Campbell Price, Curator of Egypt and the Sudan at the Manchester Museum.

The Liverpool Egyptology Seminar is a lecture series featuring scholarly guest speakers presenting their current research in the field of Egyptology, in keeping with the expertise and interests of the UoL Egyptology Research Group. In order to foster discussion and questions from the audience, we have asked the speaker to recommend some preliminary readings to set up the research background for the talk. We would expect, at least the most advanced students, to be prepared to engage with the material.

Dorman, Peter F. 1988. The monuments of Senenmut: problems in historical methodology, 110-140. London; New York: Kegan Paul International

Eaton-Krauss, M. 1998. Four notes on the early Eighteenth Dynasty. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 84, 205-210.

Keller, Cathleen A. 2005. The statuary of Senenmut. In Roehrig, Catharine H., Renée Dreyfus, and Cathleen A. Keller (eds), Hatshepsut: from queen to pharaoh, 117-119. New York; New Haven: Metropolitan Museum of Art; Yale University Pre