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Dates:Friday, January 11, 2019
Hours:8pm
Ages:Adults
In/Outdoor:Indoor
Cost:$$ see below
Category:Lectures/Discussions
On January 11th, Dr. Kara Cooney, professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture at UCLA, will speak to the reigns of powerful, ancient queens to illuminate a time when women ruled the world.

Dr. Cooney is the author of the critically acclaimed book The Woman Who Would be King, which tells the tale of Queen Hatshepsut’s rise to power.

Her career has spanned hosting the show Out of Egypt on the Discovery Channel and curating the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s exhibit Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs, to researching crafts, coffins, and economies in the ancient world.

In her talk, Cooney will focus on the undeniable power and influence of those ancient queens who are often neglected in history books.

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Admission: $28, $32, $37, $48

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www.mos.org

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45 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA, 02138 map

Sanders Theatre
45 Quincy St., Cambridge

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