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Briana Jackson holds a PhD in Egyptian art and archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. She has taught courses at New York University, City College New York, Manhattanville College, and (currently) Pratt Institute, Baruch College CUNY, and the University of Hartford on topics and surveys on ancient Egypt, Roman history, and art history, and has worked for the IFA-NYU/Princeton North Abydos Expedition on artifact processing, archiving, and surface collection. Her research interests are in Egyptian solar and lunar religion, the Amarna Period, international relations during the second millennium BCE, and archaeogaming. Her dissertation examined the spread of Atenism throughout Egypt and Sudan, how Aten temples across this space are connected, and what effect the cult had on society. Currently, she has been publishing articles based on her dissertation, and is also working on turning it into a book. Her archaeogaming interests focus on the representation of state development, urbanization, and power systems in games set in antiquity.

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Publications

Forthcoming

"The Smiting Kiosks on the Royal Boats of Akhenaten and Nefertiti" (publication details confidential at present)

 

"Aten, the Sole God." Ancient History Magazine (projected 2022)

 

"Akhenaten and His Aten Cult in Abydos and Akhmim" (De Gruyter, projected 2022)

2022

"Akhenaten's Temple Program." The Akhenaten Sun 27 no. 2 (2022), 1-14.

2021

The Geographic and Social Spread of Aten Cult throughout Egypt and Sudan (PhD dissertation, New York University)

2018

Obduction: Walkthrough Guide. Morrisville, North Carolina: Lulu Press, lulu.com.

2016

Review: Mary Ann Eaverly. Tan Men/Pale Women: Color and Gender in Archaic Greece and Egypt, a Comparative Approach. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2013. caa.reviews.

2013

"Universalizing Tendencies and the Exchange of Art and Luxury Goods in the Reigns of Amenhotep III and Akhenaten” (MA thesis, New York University).

2011

Co-authored with Marinatos, Nanno. “The Pseudo-Minoan Nestor Ring and Its Egyptian Iconography.” Journal of Ancient  Egyptian Interconnections. Vol. 3:2 (2011), 6-15.

Podcast and YouTube Interviews

2022

Interview with Michael Granado

 

Interview with Lexi Henning, Ancient Office Hours Podcast, The Ozymandias Project

Interview with Let's Talk Assassin's Creed

2021

Interview with Dominic Perry, The History of Egypt Podcast

2020

Interview with Megan Lewis, Digital Hammurabi