Meredith Brand
 
Meredith Brand is completing her PhD in Egyptian archaeology at the University of Toronto, is an adjunct lecturer at the American University in Cairo, and works with ancient pottery on several excavations in Egypt.   read more
 
features
Teaching Egyptians to read ancient plants: Pioneering the field of archaeobotany in Egypt
Meredith Brand | The second in our series on Egyptology, archaeology and heritage management in Egypt.
Keeping track of the artifacts: On the Egyptian Museum’s Registration, Collections Management and Documentation Department
Meredith Brand | A look at the Egyptian Museum’s remarkable Registration, Collections Management and Documentation Department.
Introducing a series on Egyptology, archaeology and heritage management in Egypt
Meredith Brand | Neglect and mismanagement are accusations that permeate any discussion of Egypt’s cultural heritage.
Scanning the Pharaohs: A new book on Zahi Hawass’s Egyptian Mummy Project
Meredith Brand | Beyond its initial surface appeal, this book demonstrates CT imaging and mummy research are vital in
How the discovery in King Tut’s tomb is changing the field of Egyptology
Meredith Brand | Part 2 of Meredith Brand's article on what the recent scan results tell us about ancient Egypt and Egyptology
How the discovery in King Tut’s tomb could change the history of ancient Egypt
Meredith Brand | On how the recent scan results could help clear up major mysteries about Ancient Egypt, part 1.