Exhibition - Tilly Mulder: Mindscapes
NVIC would like to invite you to Tilly Mulder's second exhibition. This time around a new series of paintings, names 'Mindscapes', will be on show.
Meet our new intern: Karen
Coming semester Karen Vet will be joining our team as the new intern. She has a BA in Middle Eastern Studies from Leiden University, specializing in Arabic language and culture.
Presenting the NVIC (long version)
Please have a look at the long version of our promo video
ICYE: International Congress for Young Egyptologists
The international congress will be held at Leiden University on Wednesday the 21st of August until Sunday the 25th of August 2019.
The Walking Dead II: The Making of a Cultural Geography
The three-day conference will be held at the Ministry of Antiquities in Cairo from the 29th of September until the 1st of October 2019 with the title: The Walking Dead II: The Making of a Cultural Geography. It is organized by the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities (RMO) and Leiden University.
NVIC Internship September 2019
The Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo is offering an internship from September 2019 onwards. If you are interested please apply before 15 July, 2019. (See the details in Dutch only)
Job opening: PhD candidate
PHD POSITION IN THE HISTORY OF EGYPTOLOGY, NETHERLANDS-FLEMISH INSTITUTE IN CAIRO (NVIC)
NVIC is looking for a PhD candidate in Egyptology/History to join its team.
A snapshot from Saqqara: 45 years of excavations
In the past, the Dutch community living in Cairo made an annual visit to the then Leiden-only mission to Saqqara. They would come out and have a nice picnic together with the excavation team and visit the monumental New Kingdom tombs. The current Leiden-Turin expedition would very much like to revive this great tradition! Therefore, we invited the Dutch ambassador His Excellency Laurens Westhoff to visit the site, and we were most delighted and honored when he kindly accepted our invitation.
Meet our intern
Sarah is the latest addition to our team...
A word from our guest researcher Cedric Van Dijck
Dear friends of the NVIC,