The American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE)-DC Chapter
If you love anything to do with Ancient Egypt, this website is the place for you! ARCE-DC offers monthly lectures by noted scholars as well as seminars, social events, tours, and museums trips, all focused on Ancient Egypt. Come meet and join others who share the same passion.
ARCE-DC is the largest Chapter of ARCE-- one of 13 Chapters in the United States.
Our lectures are open to the public.
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Join us for our next event
Giraffes, Donkeys and Boats:
The Origins of Religion in the Pre-dynastic Period
* Workshop *
Saturday, April 1st, 2017
10 am-4 pm
Dr. Coleen Manassa Darnell
University of Hartford; Yale University, Peabody Museum of Natural History
For more information click here.
More to come in the 2016-2017 Speaker Series:
April 14, 2017: Dr. Salima Ikram on Dogs in Ancient Egypt
May 6, 2017: Fundraiser Event with Dr. Jacqueline Williamson on Women in Ancient Egypt
June 9, 2017: Dr. Anna Boozer on the Amheida Excavations in Dakhla Oasis
**Our Friday evening lectures will now be held in Alexandria**
505 East Braddock Rd., Alexandria, VA 22314
Across the street from Braddock road Metro station.
This is the same location as our workshop and Fundraiser this past spring.
Venue sponsored by Maria & Richard Calderon and
In 2012, ARCE-DC established the Sponsor-a-Speaker program whereby a member can sponsor a speaker's honorarium, travel costs, and/or host a speaker for a home stay (usually one night). Also, sponsoring the cost of the venue rental is welcome. This way members can assure that we are able to bring the best speakers to DC. Should you be interested in sponsoring a speaker or the venue rental, please let our President know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
President: Carol Boyer
Vice-President: Mike Matsko
Treasurer: Michael Lovellette, PhD
Board Members: Craig Boyer, PhD; Elizabeth Hart, PhD