People classified with "Egyptologist"

Total Cataloged: 10

Christopher Dunn
Christopher Dunn
Christopher Dunn has an extensive background as a craftsman, starting his career as an indentured apprentice in his hometown of Manchester, England. Recruited by an aerospace manufacturing company, he immigrated to the United States in 1969. Over the past 49 years, Chris has worked at every level of high-tech manufacturing...

Occupation(s): Author, Egyptologist, Engineer, Historian, Metrologist
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Engineering, Egyptian History
Contributions catalogued: 3
Ogden Goelet
Ogden Goelet
Ogden Goelet received his Ph.D. in Ancient Egyptian History from the History Department at Columbia University in 1982. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses full time at NYU since 1988 and is now concentrating on graduate courses in the Ancient Egyptian language—introductory and advanced level—at ISAW. His research has...

Occupation(s): Author, Archaeologist, Egyptologist, Historian
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Language, Egyptian Literature
Contributions catalogued: 2
Adela Oppenheim
Adela Oppenheim
Adela Oppenheim, Curator, received her BA from New York University, MA from the University of Pennsylvania, and PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, where she completed a dissertation on the decorative program of the Senwosret III pyramid temple at Dahshur. She co-directs (with Curator Dieter Arnold) the Museum's excavations...

Occupation(s): Author, Egyptologist, Historian
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Art
Contributions catalogued: 3
Dorothea Arnold
Dorothea Arnold
Dr. Arnold has specialized in the Egyptian Middle Kingdom (ca. 2050-1640 B.C.) and the Amarna Period (ca. 1352-1336 B.C.). Part of the latter field is covered in her most frequently cited publication, The Royal Women of Amarna: Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt (1996).

Occupation(s): Author, Egyptologist, Historian
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Ceramics, Egyptian Art
Contributions catalogued: 3
David Mininberg
David T. Mininberg
As he approached the end of his operative practice and distinguished leadership of pediatric urology at New York Hospital, David pursued his life-long interest in ancient archaeology and Egyptology, earning a Master of Arts from NYU's Institute of Middle East Studies.

Occupation(s): Author, Egyptologist, Medical Doctor
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Medicine
Contributions catalogued: 1