Missouri: New Directions in Teaching Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Registration is Required
The Fifth Annual Missouri Egyptological Symposium
- 9:00 AM CT- 3:30 PM CT Missouri
The Fifth Annual Missouri Egyptological Symposium (#MOEgypt5), New Directions in Teaching Ancient Egypt and Nubia: Practical Matters, Innovation, and Collaboration, brings together scholars, educators, students, museum professionals— anyone invested in teaching about ancient Egypt and Nubia— in order to address practical matters, recent innovations, and future collaborations. The symposium will be entirely virtual and is free and open to the public.
Presenters will give 15-20 min live presentations in English followed by a 5 min Q&A. Applications are open to anyone with an educational or occupational interest in ancient Nile Valley Studies which includes Egypt and Nubia. Graduate students, early career scholars, adjunct/contingent professors, K-12 teachers, museum professionals, educational specialists, public historians, and independent scholars are encouraged to apply.