Chair: Alice Stevenson

Photo on 16-05-2015 at 18.40Alice Stevenson is a Senior Lecturer in Museum Studies at UCL’s Institute of Archaeology. She studied Archaeology and Anthropology, as well as Museum Studies, before specialising in Egyptian prehistory. She has been the Curator of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL (2013-2016) as well as a Researcher in World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum (2009-2012). She is currently a Trustee of the Egypt Exploration Society.

Specialist areas: Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt; excavations of Flinders Petrie; Nubian prehistory; history of collections, museums, archaeology and anthropology

North-West Representative: Campbell Price

s200_campbell_priceCampbell Price is Curator of Egypt and Sudan at the Manchester Museum, University of Manchester. He studied Egyptology at the University of Liverpool, where he worked at the University’s Garstang Museum of Archaeology, and for the Association of Curators of Collections from Egypt and Sudan.

Specialist areas: Inscribed monuments of the late Second and First Millennium BC, especially non-royal sculpture, and the development of private collections of Egyptian antiquities


Scotland Representative: Margaret Maitland

MaitlandMMargaret Maitland is Curator of the Ancient Mediterranean at National Museums Scotland, where she curates the Ancient Mediterranean collections, including archaeology from ancient Egypt and Sudan, the Near East and Cyprus, and the classical civilisations of Greece and Rome, with an emphasis on managing the Ancient Egyptian collections.

Specialist areas: Middle Kingdom literature and art, particularly tomb-chapel decoration and tomb models, representations of social identity and hierarchy, and the early history of Egyptology


Wales and South-West Representative: Carolyn Graves-Brown

images-stories-photos-carolyn-200x280.898876404Carolyn Graves-Brown has been curator of the Egypt Centre, University of Wales Swansea since 1997. She has been curator of two other museums, assistant curator at one and volunteer at another. She is a member of the Museums AssociationICOM (Conseil International des Musées) and the Lithics Study Society.

Specialist areas: Egyptian dynastic period lithics, the religious significance of technology in Egypt, gender studies

Website Officer: Anna Garnett

s200_anna.garnettAnna is Curator of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology and a doctoral candidate in Egyptology at the University of Liverpool. Prior to this she worked as Project Curator at the British Museum, and successfully completed the HLF-Funded ‘Future Curators’ Programme. Anna has worked on permanent galleries and temporary and touring exhibitions at the British Museum, Manchester Museum and the Garstang Museum of Archaeology among others, and has also participated in several fieldwork projects in Egypt and Sudan.

Specialist areas: New Kingdom religious and domestic architecture, New Kingdom ceramics in Egypt and Sudan, and the history of Egyptology in the North-West of England

Social Media Officer: Alice Williams

Alice W - ACCES photoAlice is a Collections Assistant at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL and a DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford where she is researching the history of Egyptology collections and display. Alice has a background in Egyptian Archaeology and Museum Studies and has held positions in collections care and management at the Science Museum and the Egypt Exploration Society.

Specialist areas: History of Egyptian archaeology; History of museums, collections, and display; Representation of ancient and modern Egypt in museums; Collections care and management.