I also married ‘a man on the move’ and continued to travel and live abroad during much of my married life. I consider myself fortunate indeed to have lived in Germany, the Far East – in both Singapore and Hong Kong, and in South Africa and Egypt.
This life of travel has fostered in me a fascination with the world at large and a love of learning about new lands, their peoples and cultures. And it was Egypt above all that impacted on me and my life.
My home is now in the West Country; and much of my professional life has been here, where I have worked in the worlds of teaching, training and coaching, and now as a speaker delivering talks on Egyptology.
History has always fascinated me and, during my time in Cairo, Egyptology became my focus, developing a fascination for the subject which has never left me.
My presentations have been written from my own experience of living in Egypt and the realization of how vast and unique is the history of this ancient land. I was overawed to discover that the empire of ancient Egypt lasted an incredible 3000 years. My talks are an attempt to help the listener make sense of this complex and enduring history – and to enjoy the process.
I deliver my presentations to a wide range of societies, clubs and groups across a wide area; and as a speaker on Cruise Liners – see Cruises.
University of Bristol: Egypt Society of Bristol
Egyptian Society Taunton– Programme Secretary
The Kemet Klub, Bristol – for further information on great courses email Alison on: email@example.com
My Current and Forthcoming Studies and Lectures:
Images of Eternity – Dr. Campbell Price, Manchester Museum
Reflections on Queen Tiye – Dr. Robert Morkot, University of Exeter
Theban Harbours and Waterscapes Survey: New Discoveries and Challenges in Mapping the Changing Nile Floodplain at Thebes – Kris Strutt, University of Southampton
Queen Nefertari and Ancient Egypt’s Most Beautiful Tomb – Lucia Gahlin
Art of the New Kingdom – Dr Robert Morkot, Exeter University
… and, happily, much more during the following year!