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An Evening with King Tut

The UIC Department of Anthropology, The Field Museum
and the University of Illinois Alumni Association extend an
exclusive invitation to alumni and their guests (and the general
public) to “An Evening With King Tut.” Activities include an exclusive introduction by James Phillips, exhibit curator and UIC professor. UIC faculty, Field Museum curators and graduate
fellows will lead tours of the exhibit. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres served. Complimentary parking.

Additional sponsors include the Liberal Arts and Sciences
Alumni Association and the College of Nursing Alumni Association.

Tickets are limited, so register early.

Register Online

Aug. 31
6 – 9 p.m.
The Field Museum, East Atrium
1400 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago

$70 UIAA members (Alumni Association Members)
$85 Nonmembers

For more information, contact UIAA Associate Director KJ Hardy at or 312/996-6330 or 312-996-8535

Dr. James L. Phillips
Curator of the Near East and North
Africa at The Field Museum and Professor of Anthropology
the University of Illinois, Chicago with Dr. Zahi Hawas
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Link Below to University of Illinois Information

The Tomb entrance to Pharoah Tut Ankh Amon (Tutankhamun)early in the morning in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt.
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