Egyptological Seminar of New York
Founded in 1978, the Egyptological Seminar of New York (ESNY) is a private, non-profit organisation devoted to the study of all aspects of ancient Egyptian culture, from pre-dynastic times to the Byzantine era. ESNY sponsors a regular series of lectures given by leading scholars and advanced students of Egyptology. It publishes the Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar (BES) annually, which contains a wide range of articles on ancient Egyptian art, archaeology, culture, history and language.
The Art and Culture of Ancient Egypt: Studies in Honor of Dorothea Arnold - Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar of New York, Volume 19 (2015)Edited by Adela Oppenheim and Ogden Goelet
Dorothea Arnold's career in Egyptology is distinguished by the scope of her scholarship. Contains 70 articles by 64 Egyptologists, conservators, and scientists, on aspects of art history, archaeology, burial customs, language, chronology, conservation, and museum studies covering all periods of Ancient Egypt.
Studies in Memory of James F. Romano - Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar of New York, Volume 17 (2008)Edited by James P. Allen
James F. Romano, curator of Egyptian art at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, was a leading figure in the study of ancient Egyptian art. This volume honors his memory with major studies in Egyptian art, religion, and archaeology by sixteen of his friends and colleagues, as well as a remembrance and bibliography.