Professor Davidson is an Egyptologist who teaches several courses on ancient Egypt, the ancient Near East, and ancient languages (Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Latin, and Greek) for the Continuing Education department and Summer Youth Program as well as World History I: Traditional World for the History Department at Johnson County Community College. She is a tireless advocate for Egyptology, ancient languages, the classics, archaeology, travel, and museum studies; outreach and networking is crucial in her quest to put the Kansas City Metro Area on the map as a promoter of ancient civilizations and a center for Egyptological learning. She is a co-founder and first President of the American Research Center in Egypt Missouri Chapter (in formation). Her professional memberships include: the International Association of Egyptologists, the American Research Center in Egypt, and the Mid-America Chapter of the American Translators Association (MICATA); she has completed JCCC’s Adjunct Certification Program and is current serving as an adjunct representative for the ADHSS Division Council. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about any of her classes or camps.
In 2018, Professor Davidson was appointed to the Speakers Bureau of Humanities Kansas. For more information about her lecture topic “In Their Own Words: The Ancient Egyptians” or how to book her for an event, visit http://www.humanitieskansas.org/get-involved/request-speaker/stacy-davidson-in-their-own-words-the-ancient-egyptians.