Publications from the McClung Museum.
Before the advent of the photographic print, black and white wood cuts, engravings and etchings mainly documented the wonders of […]
The exhibition catalogue for Sacred beauty: A millennium of religious art, 600-1600: an exhibition, (September 8, 2007-January 6, 2008), which looks […]
An exhibition brochure for Drifting Along the Nile (August 6, 2006–December 31, 2006), which investigates traveler’s souvenirs and remembrances of Egypt […]
by Maria Ostendorf Smith, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Loyola University, Chicago and Research Associate. McClung Museum Pottery making […]
A description of the work and professional life of Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1853–1942), “The Father of Egyptian Archaeology.”
by Elaine Altman Evans, Curator/Adj.Asst.Prof., McClung Museum, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Figure 1. Audigier’s at Giza Figure 2. Mrs. […]
Exhibition catalogue for The world moves, we follow: celebrating African art (January 11, 2003–May 18, 2003), a celebration of the culture, history […]
by Elaine A. Evans, Curator, Adjunct Assistant Professor, McClung Museum Introduction An ancient Egyptian, earthenware jar has been given to […]
by Elaine A. Evans, Curator/Adjunct Assistant Professor, McClung Museum Today, I invite you to travel with the eminent American Egyptologist James […]
by Elaine A. Evans, Curator, Adjunct Assistant Professor, McClung Museum Samples of ancient papyrus are rather rare due to the […]
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