Hieroglyphs without Mystery. Translation and adaptation of Hieroglyphen ohne Geheimnis, by K.-Th. Zauzich. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1992; Published concurrently by Thames & Hudson under the title Discovering Egyptian Hieroglyphs: A Practical Guide
“The Practical Economics of Tomb Building in the Old Kingdom: A Visit to the Necropolis in a Carrying Chair,” in: For His Ka: Essays Offered in Memory of Klaus Baer, D. Silverman, ed., SAOC 55 (Chicago, 1994), 227-40
“Building Bridges to Afrocentrism: A Letter to my Egyptological Colleagues,” Newsletter of the American Research Center in Egypt 167 and 168 (September and December 1995); posted on the web as http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Articles_Gen/afrocent_roth.html and elsewhere; and republished in: The Flight from Science and Reason, P. R. Gross et al., eds., Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 775 (New York, 1996), 313-326
“The Ahhotep Coffins: The Evolution of an Egyptological Reconstruction,” in: Gold of Praise: Studies in Honor of E. F. Wente, E. Teeter and J. Larson, eds., Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilizations 58 (Chicago, 2000), Chapter 34, pp. 361-377
“The Usurpation of Hem-Re،: An Old Kingdom ‘Sex-Change Operation,’” in: Egyptian Museum Collections around the World: Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Mamdouh el-Damaty and May Trad, eds. (Cairo, 2002), II, 1011-1023
“Models of Authority: Hatshepsut’s Predecessors in Power,” in Hatshepsut: From Queen to Pharaoh, Catharine H. Roehrig, ed. (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2005): 7-14
“Hatshepsut’s Mortuary Temple at Deir al-Bahri: Architecture as Political Statement,” in Hatshepsut: From Queen to Pharaoh, Catharine H. Roehrig, ed. (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2005): 147-151
“ Multiple Meanings in Carrying Chair Scenes,” in: Dekorierte Grabanlagen im Alten Reich: Methodik und Interpretation. Martin Fitaenreiter and Michael Herb, eds. Internet-Beiträge zur Ägyptologie und Sudanarchäologie (IBAES) 6. (London: Golden House Publications, 2006): 243-253. Co-published on the Internet at www.ibaes.de.
“Twisted Kilts: Variations in Aspective Representation in Old Kingdom Mastaba Chapels,” in: Old Kingdom: New Perspectives. Egyptian Art and Archaeology 2750-2150 B.C. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference in Old Kingdom Art and Archaeology, May 2009 (Cambridge: Oxbow Books, 2011): 234-243.
“Objects, Animals, Humans, and Hybrids: The Evolution of Early Egyptian Representations of the Divine,” in: The Dawn of Egyptian Art, Diana Craig Patch, ed. (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012), 194-201
“The Representation of ‘the Other’ in Ancient Egypt: Foreigners in Pharaonic Iconography” A Companion to Egyptian Art, Melinda Hartwig, ed. (Oxford: Blackwell), to appear Spring 2014
“Upper Egyptian Heliopolis: Thebes, Archaism, and the Political Ideology of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III,” in: The Art and Culture of Ancient Egypt: Studies in Honor of Dorothea Arnold (= Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 19 (2010)), to appear 2014
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