|14 Nov 2011||12:45pm - 2:00pm||CRASSH|
Part of the CRASSH Fellows Work-in-Progress seminar series. All welcome, no registration necessary. Sandwich lunch and refreshments provided.
Dr Kate Spence (Archaeology, Homerton College)
About Kate Spence
Kate Spence is currently a lecturer in the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt at the University of Cambridge. She was awarded her PhD in Cambridge at Christ's College in 1997. Her current research Interests include the historical archaeology of Early Dynastic and New Kingdom Egypt, architecture and built environment — the conceptualization of space, religious architecture and installations — the materialization of the ‘other’, domestic structures and the materialization of social relationships, links between landscapes and urbanism, colonialism in New Kingdom Nubia, and material culture and art.
For administrative enquiries and a link to the readings please contact Michelle Maciejewska.