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VIRTUAL: Harvard’s First Egyptologist: How George Reisner went “Walking Among Pharaohs”

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Join the Harvard Club of Washington and Harvard's Barbara Bell Professor of Egyptology, Peter Der Manuelian, to examine the life and work of America’s greatest Egyptian archaeologist, George Reisner AB 1889 MA 1891 PhD 1893. His legacy of forty-three years of breathtakingly successful excavations at twenty-three different archaeological sites in Egypt and Sudan (ancient Nubia) included pyramids, colossal statues, gold jewelry, decorated tomb chapels, temples, settlements, fortresses, ceramics, furniture, stone vessels, and hieroglyphic inscriptions everywhere.

Free – $15.00

IN PERSON: CitySwing Golf Outing

CitySwing 901 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC

A long commute may make a trip to Cambridge's local course impossible, but the Harvard Club of Washington is always ready to practice our driving!…

$35.00 – $50.00

IN PERSON: National Museum of Asian Art & Bindaas

National Museum of Asian Art 1050 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC

Help us celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with a visit to the National Museum of Asian Art! Then, join us for lunch at Bindaas Bowls & Rolls.


Harvard and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act – A Conversation with Kelli Mosteller and Jane Pickering – Virtual

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The Harvard Clubs of Washington, DC and Southern Connecticut are delighted to be able to host a virtual event featuring a conversation between Jane Pickering, the Director of the Peabody Museum, and Kelli Mosteller, the Executive Director of the Harvard University Native American and member of the Harvard NAGPRA Advisory Board. We expect to discuss the ongoing process of repatriation of Native remains and sacred objects, including the obstacles that have been faced and the path forward.