Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Structure of an Ancient Egyptian Tomb Inferred from Ground-Penetrating Radar Imaging of Deflected Overburden Horizons. Archaeological Prospection 22(1), 33-44.
  2. & Use of the ‘Stop, Start, Continue’ method is associated with the production of constructive qualitative feedback by students in higher education. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 1-13.
  3. The Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project. Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 6(4), 58-59.
  4. Striking Cobra Spitting Fire. Archiv für Religionsgeschichte 14, 27-46.
  5. Demons in Ancient Egypt. Religion Compass 3(5), 799-805.
  6. & 'Word play' in the Ramesside Dream Book. Studien zur Altägyptische Kultur 35, 193-212.
  7. Playing with Fire: Initial observations on the religious uses of clay cobras from Amarna. Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 40, 113-122.
  8. A Sign of the Times. Lingua Aegyptia 6, 163-166.

Books

  1. Daily Life in Ancient Egypt: Reconstructing Lahun. Blackwell.
  2. & (Eds.). Egyptian Stories. A British Egyptological Tribute to Alan B. Lloyd on the Occasion of His Retirement. Ugarit-Verlag.
  3. (Eds.). Through a Glass Darkly: Magic, dreams, and prophecy in Ancient Egypt. Swansea: Classical Press of Wales.
  4. Behind Closed Eyes: Dreams and Nightmares in Ancient Egypt. Swansea: Classical Press of Wales.

Book Chapters

  1. Snake Cults and Military Life in New Kingdom Egypt. In Banning, Edward B.; Harrison, Timothy P.; Klassen, Stanley (Ed.), Walls of the Prince: Egyptian Interactions with Southwest Asia in Antiquity. Essays in Honour of John S. Holladay Jr. (pp. 274-291). Brill.
  2. Feet of Fury: Demon Warrior Dancers of the New Kingdom. In Landgráfová, Renata and Mynářová, Jana (Ed.), Rich and Great. Studies in Honour of Anthony J. Spalinger on the Occasion of his 70th Feast of Thoth. (pp. 313-323). Prague: Charles University in Prague.
  3. Demons in the Dark: Nightmares and other Nocturnal Enemies of Ancient Egypt. In Panagiotis Kousoulis (Ed.), Ancient Egyptian Theology and Demonology: Studies on the Boundaries between the Divine and Demonic in Egyptian Magic. (pp. 63-76). Leuven: Peeters.
  4. Hidden Voices: Unveiling Women in Ancient Egypt. In James, Sharon L. and Dillon, Sheila (Ed.), A Companion to Women in the Ancient World. (pp. 25-38). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  5. Dream Interpretation in the Ramesside Age. In Collier, Mark and Snape, Steven (Ed.), Ramesside Studies in Honour of K. A. Kitchen. (pp. 509-517). Rutherford Press.
  6. & Tomb Radar: Ground Penetrating Radar Surveys around the tomb of Karakhamun, South Asasif, Luxor, Egypt. In Pischikova, Elena (Ed.), Twenty-fifth Dynasty Tombs of the Asasif Necropolis in Thebes Karakhamun and Karabasken. (pp. 93-99). Cairo: American University in Cairo Press.
  7. 'Nightmares in Ancient Egypt.' In Le cauchemar dans l’Antiquité: Actes des journées d'étude de l'UMR 7044 (15-16 Novembre 2007, Strasbourg), edited by Jean-Marie Husser and Alice Mouton. Études d'archéologie et d'histoire ancienne, 21-39. Paris: de Boccard, 2010.. In Jean-Marie Husser and Alice Mouton (Ed.), Études d'archéologie et d'histoire ancienne; Paris: de Boccard.
  8. Infancy in a Rural Community: A Case Study of Early Childhood at Lahun. In Kousoulis P., Lazaridis N. (Ed.), The Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Egyptologists. Peeters.
  9. Clefs des songes et interprétation des rêves dans l’Égypte pharaonique. In Chandezon, Christophe and DeBouchet, Julien (Ed.), Artémidore de Daldis et l'interprétation des rêves. Quatorze études.. (pp. 345-371). Paris: Les Belles Lettres.
  10. Altered States: An Inquiry into the Possible use of Drugs to Induce Dreams in Ancient Egypt. In A. K. Eyma and C. J. Bennet (Ed.), A Delta-man in Yebu. (pp. 225-237). Boca Raton: Universal Publishers.
  11. Ancient Egypt and Dreams. In Deirdre Barrett and Patrick McNamara (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sleep and Dreams. Greenwood Publishers.
  12. Demons, Pharaonic Egypt. In Roger Bagnall, Kai Brodersen, Craige Champion, Andrew Erskine and Sabine Huebner (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Wiley-Blackwell.
  13. El-Lahun. In Roger Bagnall, Kai Brodersen, Craige Champion, Andrew Erskine and Sabine Huebner (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Wiley-Blackwell.
  14. Dream books (Pharaonic Egypt). In Roger Bagnall, Kai Brodersen, Craige Champion, Andrew Erskine and Sabine Huebner (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Wiley-Blackwell.
  15. Religion in Pharaonic Society. In Lloyd, Alan B. (Ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Ancient Egypt. (pp. 507-525). Wiley-Blackwell.
  16. Through the Looking Glass: Dreams and Nightmares in Pharaonic Egypt. In Bulkeley, Kelly (Ed.), Dreams: A Reader on the Religious, Cultural, and Psychological Dimensions of Dreaming. (pp. 29-43). Palgrave.
  17. The Open Portal: Dreams and Divine Power in Pharaonic Egypt. In Noegel, Scott B. and Walker, Joel T. and Wheeler, Brannon M. (Ed.), Prayer, Magic, and the Stars in the Ancient and Late Antique World. (pp. 111-124). Pennsylvania State University Press.
  18. Flesh for Fantasy: Reflections of Women in Two Ancient Egyptian Dream Books. In Schneider, Thomas and Szpakowska, Kasia (Ed.), Egyptian Stories. A British Egyptological Tribute to Alan B. Lloyd on the Occasion of His Retirement. (pp. 393-404). Ugarit-Verlag.