1991-92 Annual Report
In January 1992, Emily Teeter gave an invited lecture at Chatham College in Pittsburgh. Later in that month, she delivered a series of training lectures to Oriental Institute docents in preparation for the exhibit Vanished Kingdoms of the Nile: The Rediscovery of Ancient Nubia. Emily's several years involvement with the planning and installation of the Egyptian gallery at the new Seattle Art Museum was finalized with the opening of the exhibit in February 1992. In April, she returned to Seattle to introduce Seattle Art Museum docents to specific objects and to themes which might be explored in the course of gallery tours.
She was also invited in April to give the opening lecture for the annual meeting of the American Research Center in Egypt, held in Seattle, speaking on the "History of the Egyptian Collection of the Seattle Art Museum." She spent the month of May in eastern Turkey, acting as the escort-lecturer for the Oriental Institute member's tours.
She continues to contribute book reviews to journals including Journal of Near Eastern Studies, History: A Review of New Books, and KMT: A Modern Journal of Egyptology, and she edited a chapter in a college level text on the history of Nubia.