Rachael J. Dann is an assistant professor of Egyptian archaeology in the Carsten Niebuhr Section at Copenhagen University. She earned her PhD from Durham University, her MPhil from Cambridge University, and her BA from Durham University. Her publications include The Archaeology of Late Antique Sudan: Aesthetics and Identity in the Royal X-Group Tombs at Qustul and Ballana, Current Research in Egyptology V, and a number of scholarly articles.
About Karen Exell
Karen Exell is a lecturer in museum studies at UCL Qatar. She previously held the post of curator of Egypt and the Sudan at the Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, UK, and lectured on ancient Egypt and museology at the University of Manchester. She earned her PhD from Durham University, her MA from St Andrews University, and her BA from Oxford University. Her publications include Soldiers, Sailors and Sandalmakers: A Social Reading of Ramesside Period Votive Stelae, Egypt in its African Context, and a number of scholarly articles addressing issues of perception and reception of ancient Egypt.