Thomas H. Greiner

Thomas H. Greiner has a BA in archaeology from the University of British Columbia and an MA in Egyptian archaeology from the University of Liverpool. He is the president of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities in Vancouver, and he has taught courses in the Department of Continuing Studies at UBC. Greiner has also worked as a curatorial volunteer at the Manchester Museum, participated in the Hierakonpolis Expedition (UBC) at Kom el-Ahmar in Egypt, and taught English as a second language in Seoul.

Previously taught:

  • Clearing the Sands: The Discovery of Egypt from Napoleon’s Time to the Present Day   AHCP164
  • Saturday Forum | Crocodiles, Mummies, and Ancient Egypt  
  • Supplicating the Gods: The Religion of Ancient Egypt (55+)   SCFC727

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