DegreesThe Johns Hopkins University, Ph.D.
The Johns Hopkins University, M.A.
Sarah Lawrence College, B.A.
ExpertiseSpecializing in a cross disciplinary analysis of cultures of the ancient Mediterranean World, with Egypt as primary focus. Primary research concerns Nefertiti and the Amarna period, and the role of gender and religion in the Late Bronze Age.
ProfileAn Egyptologist by training, I am very interested in an examination of the interconnections of the Ancient Mediterranean World. My current research focuses on gender and religion in the ancient world, Queen Nefertiti in particular.
|CLAS||115b||Topics in Greek and Roman History|
|CLAS||137b||Portraiture in Ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome|
Williamson, Jacquelyn. "Cartouches and Recutting: A reexamination of the Akhenaten Colossi." TBA. Ed. Kathleen Cooney and Richard Jasnow. Baltimore: TBA, 2016 (forthcoming)
Williamson, Jacquelyn. Nefertiti’s Sun Temple: A New Cult Complex at Amarna. 1st ed. Cambridge: Harvard Egyptology Series/Brill, 2016. (forthcoming)
Williamson, Jacquelyn. "Alone before the God: Gender, Status, and Nefertiti’s Image." TBA (currently under review). (forthcoming)
Williamson, Jacquelyn. "Death and the Sun Temple: New Evidence for Private Mortuary Cults at Amarna." TBA (work currently in submission/under review). (forthcoming)
Williamson, Jacquelyn. "Death and the Aten: New Evidence for Private Mortuary Cults in the Amarna Period." International Conference of Egyptologists, Florence, Italy. 08/30/15.
Williamson, Jacquelyn. "Haunting Amarna: New Evidence for Private Mortuary Cults in the Amarna Period." Current Research in Egyptology, Oxford University, Oxford, UK. 04/15/2015.
Williamson, Jacquelyn. "Two Names, One Compound: the rwd ʿnḫw ỉtn and the Sunshade of Re at Kom el-Nana." Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 49. (2013): 143-152.