Carina van den Hoven
Carina van den Hoven is Research Fellow at The Netherlands Institute for the Near East (NINO) in Leiden and Chercheur Associée at the École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris, Équipe d’Accueil 4519 “Egypte ancienne: archéologie, langue, religion”. Since 2017 she is Director of the Leiden University Mission to the Theban Necropolis, which undertakes a fieldwork project in Theban Tomb 45 in Sheikh Abd el-Qurna on the West Bank of Luxor (www.stichtingael.nl).
Van den Hoven’s expertise and research interests in Egyptology are in the function and materiality of Ancient Egyptian monumental decoration and the practices and rituals it reflects. Her research focuses not only on Pharaonic Egypt, but extends into the Graeco-Roman Period, and addresses in particular the topics of textual and iconographic transmission, uses and reuses of the past, cultural memory, and cultural identity in Ancient Egypt. She also has a keen interest in Digital Humanities and its applications to Egyptology, especially digital epigraphy, photogrammetry, and 3D-modelling
New Kingdom Egypt
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