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Irving Finkel Returns! Voices Out of the Darkness

Dr. Irving Finkel returns to Zoom for a talk hosted by Archaeology Now about the “people between the rivers” — the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers, that is. Were the people of ancient Mesopotamia so very different from us? Did they enjoy a good dinner, rejoice in love, fling curses at a faithless spouse, and […]

ARCE Tut Tour NYC

The National Arts Club 15 Gramercy Parks S., New York, NY

The American Research Center in Egypt, in collaboration with ARCE/NY and the Archaeology Committee of The National Arts Club, is pleased to present a special evening with Dr. Marc Gabolde in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun. A light reception will be offered after the lecture. Registration […]

ARCE Tut Tour DC

Egyptian Embassy 3521 International Ct. NW, Washington, DC

The American Research Center in Egypt, in collaboration with the Egyptian Embassy and ARCE-DC, is pleased to present a special evening with Dr. Marc Gabolde in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun. A light reception will take place after the lecture. Registration is required: https://www.arce.org/tut-chapter-tour

ARCE Tut Tour Philadelphia

Penn Museum - Widener Auditorium 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA

The American Research Center in Egypt, in collaboration with ARCE-NE, is pleased to present a special afternoon with Dr. Marc Gabolde in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun. A light reception will take place after the reception. Registration is required: https://www.arce.org/tut-chapter-tour

ARCE Tut Tour Boston

Convene at One Boston Place 201 Washington St. 2nd Floor, Boston, MA

The American Research Center in Egypt, in collaboration with ARCE-NE, is pleased to present a special evening with Dr. Marc Gabolde in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun. A light reception will take place after the lecture. Registration is required: https://www.arce.org/tut-chapter-tour

The City is [NOT] a Tree: The Urban Ecologies of Divided Cities

Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa Staatsartillerie Rd, Pretoria West, Pretoria, 0183, South Africa, Pretoria, Pretoria West

THE CITY IS A TREE: THE URBAN ECOLOGIES OF DIVIDED CITIES is an international collaboration, with associates principally from Europe and Africa, and open to collaboration with contributors from other parts of the world. We are interested in analyses, remedies and healing in divided cities and societies. Although these often relate to specificities of history, […]

Hiking Scotland’s North Highlands & Isle of Lewis

Join archaeologist Mary MacLeod Rivett and a small group of like-minded travelers on this 11-day tour of Scotland’s remote north Highlands and the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. Mostly we will explore off the well-beaten Highland tourist trail, and along the way we will be treated to an abundance of archaeological and historical […]

Arctic Odyssey: Exploring Norway’s Svalbard Archipelago

This summer, join a team of lecturers on a voyage that will explore one of the Arctic’s most interesting and magnificent areas, Norway’s Svalbard (Spitsbergen). Enjoy the comforts of a luxurious expedition ship while exploring a remote region far from tourist routes. A group of islands located between Norway and the North Pole, Svalbard is […]

Sailing the Greek Isles

Round trip from Athens aboard the Sea Cloud II Known as the “Cradle of Western Civilization,” Athens, the Peloponnese, and small islands of the Aegean deliver an enticing blend of history, diverse cultural influences, stunning natural beauty, and archaeological gems. There is hardly a better way to visit this part of the world than in […]

Hiking Scotland’s Orkney & Shetland Islands

This is the perfect opportunity to explore all that Scotland’s Northern Isles have to offer: prehistoric stone circles, burial chambers, and settlements; quaint villages; huge seabird colonies; and remarkable plant life—all amidst dramatic landscapes. This will be Scotland seen slowly, with time for in-depth exploration at each site. The Orkney and Shetland islands have an […]