Rosalind Janssen, MTh, MA, MSc, MTeach, PGCE, BA (Hons), is Honorary Lecturer in Education at UCL's Institute of Education.
Explore jewellery and clothing; the gendered use of make-up, tattooing and cosmetics; pottery and faience production; and writing and sketching output. Identify these everyday artefacts and the effectiveness of their museum display. This is a new course.
Growing up and getting old in Ancient Egypt: discover cradle to grave life transitions.
Enter the world of Ancient Egyptian boatmen, builders, businesswomen and other professionals. Discover how they managed to earn a living, and what tools these industries provided to enable them to carry out their work successfully.
Explore dress, jewellery and other body modifications in the collections of the Ashmolean Museum. This day of talks and gallery tours investigates the variety of ways in which garments have been used to alter and present the human body.