MAES organises an annual lecture programme for members and non-members alike. Usually held on the second Monday of each month, most lectures are given by well-known Egyptologists from the UK and overseas.
Here’s our programme for the 2020-2021 season which includes our annual study in March and an extra study day in May!
In light of the coronavirus restrictions, we are holding online lectures via zoom until further notice.
Online lectures are free to MAES members! You can join by downloading a membership form here:
Online lectures are via Zoom and will take place from 8pm to 9pm (doors open 7:30pm) with time after for questions. Lectures are free to MAES members who will receive a link via email.
Non-members welcome – tickets via Eventbrite at £5.
|14 Sep 2020||Campbell Price
|Art, Sex and Death in Graeco-Roman Egypt [Postponed from summer 2020]|
|12 Oct||Rosalie David OBE
|Jewellery in Ancient Egypt: What Was Its Purpose?|
|9 Nov||Aidan Dodson
Bob Partridge Egyptology Lecture
|14 Dec||Members Lectures
|Lesley Easterman – Did Ancient Egyptians Drink Milk?Michael Tunnicliffe – Roman Egypt in the Second Century|
|11 Jan 2021||Iwona J. Kozieradzka-Ogunmakin
|Beyond the Pyramids: New Insights into the Rise and Collapse of the Kingdom of Meroe, Sudan.|
|8 Feb||Glenn Godenho
|What’s in a Name? Patterns of People at the End of the Old Kingdom|
|8 Mar||Roland Enmarch
|How beautiful are thy buttocks! Same-sex Desire in Ancient Egypt|
|Sat 27 Mar||STUDY DAY or ONLINE tbc
||Queens of Egypt with Dylan Bickerstaffe, Ken Griffin and Sarah Griffiths [Postponed from March 2020]|
|12 Apr||Lee McStein||The Curious Case of the Deir el Bahari Casts|
|10 May||José-Ramón Pérez-Accino||A Place Badly Concealed. Newest Research on the Royal Cache Wadi, Luxor.
Joint lecture with KNH
|22 or 29 May tbc||STUDY DAY||
Egypt, Israel and the Rise of the Empires with Michael Tunnicliffe and Sarah Griffiths
|14 Jun||John Wyatt||The Fauna Of Ancient Egypt – Recent Advances & AGM|
Click here to download details of our 2020-21 season
When we resume lectures at our venue, the Manchester Conference Centre / Pendulum Hotel, doors open at 6:30pm with lectures beginning at 7.45pm.
Please be aware that due to circumstances out of our control, we sometimes have to change our lecture programme. Please contact us for the latest information.