Professor Kenneth KitchenProfessor Kenneth Kitchen is Personal and Brunner Professor Emeritus of Egyptology and Honorary Research Fellow at the School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, University of Liverpool. He is one of the leading experts on the Egyptian New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Periods and has written over 250 books and journal articles on this and other subjects since the mid-1950s. His Ramesside Inscriptions series and seminal volume The Third Intermediate Period in Egypt are standard reference works known universally by the abbreviations KRI and TIP respectively and he has been described by The Times as “the very architect of Egyptian chronology”. Professor Kitchen joined the Society in 1950 and was the first to be interviewed for the EES Oral History of Egyptology Project.