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By Rachel Mairs, Alice Stevenson

The 6th annual present learn in Egyptology symposium happened from 6th-8th January 2005 on the collage of Cambridge. even though the themes lined through the papers have been many and sundry, if there's a basic subject it'd be that of exploring the borders and parameters of the self-discipline of Egyptology.

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The Petrie Museum and its social context It is acknowledged that museums are a significant and powerful vehicle for the public construction of the past and for public involvement in archaeology (Merriman 2004b, 85). Archaeology, however, is inescapably highly politicised. It is embroiled in social and cultural debates about the past and its meaning for the present, and has significance beyond the accumulation of abstract knowledge about the past (Smith 2004, 1). As cultural houses for archaeological objects, museums are ultimately about the development of cultural identities as well as notions of citizenship, and these are all inextricably bound with politics.

MacDonald, S. 2000, University Museums and the Public: The Case of the Petrie Museum, in P. ), Archaeological Displays and the Public: Museology and interpretations, (2nd edition), 67–86. Archetype Publications, London. MacDonald, S. 2003, Lost in Time and Space: Ancient Egypt in Museums, in S. MacDonald and M. ), Consuming Ancient Egypt, 86–99. UCL Press, London. MacDonald, S. 2004, Diversifying Archaeology: The Current Situation. Unpublished report, Institute of Archaeology, UCL. MacDonald, S.

Steven Gregory (University of Exeter): The King in Time and Space: The Expression of Spatial and Temporal Aspects of Ancient Egyptian Kingship. Tom Hardwick (Worcester College, Oxford): Fragments from Sinai: Discoveries in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Marwa Helmy (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven): Socio-Economic Aspects of Mortuary Remains in Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt–Energy Expenditure Analysis Revised. Ole Herslund (Carsten Niebuhr Institute, Copenhagen University): ‘God is Up’: The Ritual of Amenhotep I, Embodied Structures and Ritualized Agents in Ramesside Deir el Medina.

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