My Entire Thesis and ARCE
I know that this has been a long time in coming, but I’ve decided that instead of posting portions of my thesis at a time, to instead post its entirety on a separate page for you all to peruse at your leisure. Please check it out here!
In other news, the semester is drawing to a close here at Tufts University, complete with a lot of work to finish in the next few days. However, I am happy to announce that a few weeks ago, I was able to attend the annual ARCE conference in Portland, OR! There were so many great talks – indeed, too many to keep straight in my head, let alone see! I also had the happy opportunity to meet several major figures in the Egyptological world, including James Hoch, who literally wrote the book on Egyptian grammar! (his book formed the basis of my grammatical understanding of Three Wonders, and as such is cited therein) It was a great shame, however, that I was unable to see my advisor from Beloit, who could not make it, nor could I introduce myself to Harold Hays, who as I mentioned before passed away this past year.
Nonetheless, ARCE was a great experience, and I can’t wait until Houston in 2015!