Part-time Faculty, Department of History
Ph.D. Program in Egyptology, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, June 2007- Present
M.A. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, 2007
MSC in Archeological Computing, 2003
B.A., Majors in Classics and Anthropology, magna cum laude, 2001
ANTH/HIST 3360 - Ancient Egyptian Archeology
Research and Teaching Interests
Bryan Kraemer is currently a research Egyptologist and Educator at the Robert and Francis Fullerton Museum of Art (CSUSB) and co-director of the Wadi el Hudi expedition. He has been a lecturer at Princeton University and a Pre-doctoral Research Fellow at the American Research Center in Egypt.
“Living and Working at the early Middle Kingdom amethyst mining settlement Site 5, Wadi el-Hudi .” (with Brand, Meredith, and Kate Liszka) in Daily Life in Ancient Egyptian Settlements, ed. Sigl, Johanna, (in press).
“Reunions in the Afterlife: Journey to the Beyond: Ancient Egyptians in the Pursuit of Eternity. Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art, San Bernardino” (with Eva Kirsch) Scribe, 1 (2018), 34-41.
“A Shrine of Pepi I in South Abydos.” The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, (JEA), 103 (1) (2017), 13-34.
“Evidence for Administration of the Nubian fortresses in the late Middle Kingdom: P. Ramesseum 18.” (with Kate Liszka) The Journal of Egyptian History (JEH), 9 (2016), 151-208.
“Evidence for Administration of the Nubian fortresses in the late Middle Kingdom: The Semna Dispatches.” (with Kate Liszka) The Journal of Egyptian History (JEH), 9 (2016), 1-65.
“A Tight-Lipped Shawabti from Deir el-Medina in the Princeton University Art Museum.” Record of the Art Museum, Princeton University, 74 (2015), 20-31.
“The Petries’ Unpublished Archaeological Survey between Hu and Abydos.” Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archaeologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo (MDAIK), 69 (2013), 143-169.