Join Dr Cédric Gobeil for a special summer lecture exploring the current work of the EES on the Third Cataract of the Nile. Read more
A panel discussion at the British School at Athens Read more
Three highlights of the Coptic texts from Qasr Ibrim, with Joost Hagen (Leiden University). Read more
A free exhibition exploring the objects people used to make music, what they sounded like, and how instruments were used in Romano-Egyptian rituals, homes, and childhood experience. Read more
Some of the events listed below are not run with or by EES but may be of interest to those that support our work. Please note that we do not hold any responsibility for the content of organiser webpages linked from this website and all bookings must be made through their own systems. See individual listings for further details.
If you would like to advertise an academic event on this webpage then please complete a request form and submit it to [email protected] at least three weeks before your event. We will usually charge a £50 (exc. VAT) fee to advertise events on our webpage.
If you are an organiser and would like to check whether your activity clashes with another Egyptological event, either check below, or view our calendar here. This calendar is only available to those organisers registered with us. If you would like to register then please contact us directly with your name, email address, and organisational affiliation - make sure that you already have an account on the EES website. You can then submit your event name, date, venue and abstract to us directly for upload into the calendar (contact us).
A free exhibition exploring the objects people used to make music, what they sounded like, and how instruments were used in Romano-Egyptian rituals, homes, and childhood experience.
This course covers management of museums including strategic planning and policy making as part of our ongoing museum studies programme.
A free conference, featuring a diverse range of international speakers presenting their current work on Sudan.
A panel discussion at the British School at Athens
A lecture by Dr Margaret Mountford, Chair of the Egypt Exploration Society.
Contributions of papers to the ASTENE Conference are welcome from a wide range of disciplines and interests connected with travel to and from the Near and Middle East.