Editorial Team

Editorial Board

Editor-in-chief

  • Prof. Dr. E. Christiana Köhler

Editors

  • Dr. Aaron M. de Souza
  • Dr. Amber G. E. Hood

Editorial Board Members

  • Dr. Yasmin El Shazly
  • Dr. Ramadan Hussein
  • Prof. Nadine Moeller
  • Prof. Paul Nicholson

Production and Communications

Assistant Editorial Team members

  • Editorial Assistant – Dr. Susan Kelly
  • Editorial Assistant  – Ms. Hope Gillespie
  • Editorial Assistant  – Mr. John Rogers
  • Editorial Assistant  – Ms. Luiza Silva
  • Translator – Ms. Habiba Hussein El-Tayeb
  • Translator – Ms. Fatma Mohamed Amin

Communications Team

  • Social Media Manager – Ms. Louise O'Brien
  • Visual Communications Assistant – Ms. Raquel Novais
  • Events Manager – Mr. Jorge Coelho de Jesus

Section Editors

Archaeological Method and Theory — Dr. Christian Knoblauch
Archaeological Science — Dr. Amber G. E. Hood
Art History & Architecture — Dr. Alex Woods
Bioarchaeology — Dr. Mennat-Allah El Dorry
Gender Theory — Dr. Leire Olabarria
Historiography & Museology — Dr. Alice Stevenson
Western Asian & Mediterranean Interconnections — Dr. Felix Höflmayer
Material Culture — Dr. Aaron M. de Souza
African Interconnections — Dr. Maria Gatto
Challenging Colonialist Paradigms — Dr. Aaron M. de Souza
Project Reports — Dr. Anna Stevens
Text-based Approaches — Dr. Camilla Di Biase-Dyson
Theoretical Approaches — Dr. Marcelo Campagno

IntEg's three founding members are Prof. Christiana Köhler, Dr. Amber Hood and Dr. Aaron de Souza, who together founded the journal in 2020.

Please keep in mind we are independent, and are offering a free-to-publish, fully peer-reviewed, fully Open Access service. All of this is possible because we have an amazing team of editors who are all professional Egyptologists who are volunteering their time to bring this service to you. We all believe in the spirit of and need for a journal like IntEg in our field.

Our vision is simple: we want high-quality research to be published in Egyptology freely, quickly, and available to everyone directly upon publication. We believe the sky is the limit and are aiming for IntEg to be one of the most cited and accessible journals in Egyptology.