Anna Boozer- Amheida Excavations

Domesticating Empire: 
The Houses and Households of Roman Egypt

Dr. Anna Boozer
Baruch College, City University of New York

Friday November, 17th, 2017
6:30 pm: Pre-Lecture Reception ($5.00/person)
7:00 pm: Lecture (Free)





Bio: Dr. Anna Lucille Boozer is an Associate Professor at Baruch College, City University of New York. Her monograph, A Late Romano-Egyptian House in the Dakhla Oasis: Amheida House B2, is the first holistic excavation report on a Romano-Egyptian house. While she continues to excavate at Amheida, she also directs MAP: The Meroe Archival Project in Sudan. She publishes widely on topics relating to daily life, imperialism, migration, and frontiers.

Location:
**This event takes place in Alexandria**
505 East Braddock Rd., Alexandria, VA 22314
Across the street from Braddock road Metro station.

Also at the lecture:

During the Pre-Lecture Reception, there will be a raffle for items such as journals, jewelry, DVDs, etc. ARCE-DC members receive an extra raffle ticket.

Meet-the-Speaker & Networking Dinner: 


Immediately after the lecture, join ARCE-DC members and guests for a dinner with the speaker. We will meet at Lena's Woodfired Pizza and Tap-- located just a few blocks away. Each attendee pays for their own dinner and contributes an extra $5.00 to defray the cost of the speaker's dinner.  RSVP to Carol Boyer at ccboyer@comcast.net