wilbour studies

The Department of Egyptology and Assyriology of Brown University is pleased to announce the inauguration of a new series of scholarly monographs, Wilbour Studies in Egyptology and Assyriology. The series is named in honor of Charles Edwin Wilbour, an American amateur Egyptologist (1833–1896) whose estate provided a bequest for the establishment of the department.
The series editors, James P. Allen (Egyptology) and John M. Steele (Assyriology), invite submissions of manuscripts from all areas of ancient Egyptian and ancient Near Eastern studies, with particular emphasis on recent PhD dissertations of distinction from North American universities. All submissions will be peer-reviewed. A style sheet is available on request from either editor (jamespallen@brown.edu and john_steele@brown.edu) and is also available on the department's website. Manuscripts will be prepared for publishing and printed by Lockwood Press; guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts can be found here.

No. 1: The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Earth

Joshua Aaron Roberson

February 2012 | $94.95 | Hardcover & Ebook


No. 2: Landscape Archaeology of the Western Nile Delta

Joshua Trampier

March 2014 | $75.00 | Hardcover & Ebook


No. 3: Coping with Obscurity: The Brown Workshop on Earlier Egyptian Grammar

edited by James P. Allen, Mark A. Collier, and Andréas Stauder

January 2016 | $95.00 | Hardcover & Ebook


No. 4: Theology of Hathor of Dendera

Barbara A. Richter

April 2016 | $145.00 | Hardcover & Ebook

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