In 2022, the Sixth EES Congress will be hosted by the Egypt Centre and Swansea University. The Congress will be held across a mix of online and hybrid events in September, and will culminate in an in-person / hybrid weekend on Saturday 1st-Sunday 2nd October 2022.
Please see the full schedule and abstracts here: https://www.ees.ac.uk/programme
Tuesday 6th September, 13:00: Health and the Human Body
How the very latest scientific investigations of teeth are able to shed new perspectives on ancient Egyptian culture
Roger Forshaw (Manchester University)
Critical review of evidence for population history in ancient Egypt: from morphometrics to aDNA
Sonia Zakrzewski (University of Southampton) and Shomarka Keita (Smithsonian Institution)
Conspicuous Consumption: Tuberculosis, Health, and the History of Egyptology
Kathleen Sheppard (Missouri University)
Register in advance using the link below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Webinars have a limited attendance capacity, so please only sign up if you’re confident that you can attend. We recommend that you join our online events using a PC or laptop.
Speakers will have to transition with each other during the event and are presenting from across the world. Internet connections may be temperamental, so we ask for your patience with any technical problems that we may encounter.
Please ensure that you have read our 'guide to attending EES online events' before the lecture begins: https://www.ees.ac.uk/a-guide-for-attending-ees-online-events