Gerald E. Kadish
Distinguished Teaching Professor
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Ancient history, Egypt
Office: LT 609
Phone: (607) 777-2488
Recent or current undergraduate courses:
- Western Civilization
- Ancient Egyptian Civilization
- Ancient Egyptian Art (.doc, 31kb)
- Problems in Ancient Egyptian Religion
- The Rise & Fall of Rome (.doc, 41kb)
- Ancient Law & Society (.doc, 35kb)
- The Greek World (.doc, 26.5kb)
- Japan to 1600 (.doc, 33kb)
- Medieval Historians (.doc, 31kb)
- Ancient Near East (.doc, 32kb)
Recent or current graduate courses:
- The Ancient Historians*
- Rome: Republic to Principate*
*Courses with an asterisk are also open to undergraduates. Significant
- "Observations on Time and Work-Discipline in Ancient Egypt," in Studies in Honor of William Kelly Simpson II. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1996, pp. 439-49.
- "Observations on Time in Ancient Egyptian Culture," Papers on Ancient Greek and Islamic Philosophy III. Binghamton, NY: Institute of Global Cultural Studies, 1993.
- "Seasonality and the Name of the Nile," Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt XXV (1988): 185-94.
- "The Scatophagus Egyptian," The Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities IX (1979): 203-17.
- "Eunuchs in Ancient Egypt?" Studies in Honor of John A. Wilson (Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, 33 [Chicago]), 1969, pp. 55-62.
- "Old Kingdom Egyptian Activity in Nubia: Some Reconsiderations," Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 52 (1966): 23-33.