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We celebrated International Mother Language Day at JCCC with games, food, and informational tables. I represented the Ancient Languages of Sumerian (cuneiform), Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Latin, and Greek.
Happy New Year! The hieroglyph above stands for the “Opening of the Year” which refers to the Egyptian New Year. Although they celebrated their new year in the summer, it is an appropriate hieroglyph to start 2020 off right. I have many Egyptological developments in the works for 2020. Please see my course … Continue reading
On Monday, 3 June 2019, I traveled to the Frank Carlson Library in Concordia, KS, to deliver my Humanities Kansas talk, “In Their Own Words: The Ancient Egyptians.” You can find more information about this presentation here: https://www.humanitieskansas.org/get-involved/request-speaker/stacy-davidson-in-their-own-words-the-ancient-egyptians The staff of the Frank Carlson Library exemplified hospitality and had advertised my talk in local print, television, … Continue reading
Registration is open for all remaining Egyptology courses at JCCC this year. You can register and find more details here: https://ce.jccc.edu/searchResults.cfm?searchId=2&sorter=sch.schDateStart&sorter2=c.couTitle Egyptian Mythology The religious beliefs of the ancient Egyptians have fascinated us for millennia. Study gods and goddesses, creation myths, how ancient Egyptians worshipped, and what they believed about the Afterlife. Also learn the … Continue reading
I have several adult and youth Continuing Education courses now available for registration. See the flyers below for details: Full size flyers can be found here: 2019 JCCC CE Flyer Davidson SY2019Flyer
Davidson is presenter for Nov.9 “Noon at the Nerman” Program Stacy Davidson, adjunct professor, History, is the presenter for the Noon at the Nerman program and discussion series at noon Friday, Nov. 9. She will discuss Antony Gormley’s sculpture, Still Standing, located in the Student Center. Meet at noon in the lobby of the Nerman Museum. … Continue reading
Women in Ancient Egypt is a new 4-week Continuing Education course being offered at JCCC Monday nights from 7-9pm starting on 23 July 2018. Learn about women who ruled Egypt as kings, queens who fought for Egypt’s freedom, priestesses who held religious and political power, family life, and what legal rights women were granted. A … Continue reading
Last weekend the American Research Center in Egypt held its annual meeting in Tucson, AZ (https://www.arce.org/annual-meeting). For three days, Egyptologists from around the world converged on the Tucson Marriott University Park for lectures, networking, and visiting vendor stalls. Kansas City was well-represented with two of our Egyptology students being invited back as volunteers. The trip … Continue reading
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Registration opened today for the 2018 JCCC Summer Youth Program, and the response is strong! Type “Davidson” in the search box at https://ce.jccc.edu/search.cfm to view a complete list of my youth and adult offerings. Class descriptions are available on the registration website; contact me with any questions. Subjects include ancient language courses–including the only Egyptian Hieroglyphs youth course in … Continue reading