5-6:30pm (Egypt/Sudan) / 4-5:30pm (UK)

Since 1882, the EES has provided support for academic research and publication ensuring that Egyptological scholarship had appropriate avenues for dissemination and distribution.

In 1914, the Society launched the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology which has since become the hallmark of Egyptological reporting and since 2019 has enabled researchers to submit articles through our online Sage Track system.

In 1992 the Society launched Egyptian Archaeology, a biannual magazine presenting brief professional reports on the latest research in Egyptology to an international audience.

Publication and dissemination of Egyptological research can take many forms. Today, this includes online communications such as websites and social media, though publication in print (and online) through the JEA or EA remain of vital importance.

Register in advance using the link below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Webinars have a limited attendance capacity, so please only sign up if you’re confident that you can attend.

This workshop will cover the following topics:

A guide to getting published in Egyptian Archaeology by Dr Jan Geisbusch (Editor of EA)

  • Word limits
  • Deadlines
  • Referencing
  • Language
  • Style: writing for a semi-specialist readership
  • Images

A guide to getting published in the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology by Dr Stephanie Boonstra (Managing Editor of the JEA)

  • The JEA style guide and referencing system
  • Sage Track
  • Peer review

The Mentoring for Egyptian and Sudanese Authors (MESA) scheme by Dr Claudia Näsar (Editor-in-chief of the JEA)

  • What is MESA?
  • How does MESA work?

Beyond scholarship: Communicating your work to interested audiences by Dr Carl Graves (Director of the EES)

  • Websites
  • Social media
  • Events

Copyright and accountability by Dr Carl Graves (Director of the EES)

  • Requesting image use from the EES collections and publications

This workshop is specifically tailored for students and early career researchers based in Egypt/Sudan.