Join Lianne LaReine and the Peninsula Friends of the Library as they host exciting speakers each month. Seating is limited so arrive early to guarantee your spot.
May Speaker: Kea Johnston
Kea Johnston—Egyptologist; Kea obtained BAs in both Computer Science and Biology from Brown University in 2005, though she maintained an interest in Egyptology through her undergraduate studies. While at Brown, she was invited to go to Egypt as an epigrapher with the Brown/AUC expedition to the Abu Bakr Cemetery at Giza in 2005. Having been a software engineer for a decade. Kea is currently a PhD student at University of California Berkeley in Egyptology and traveling down from the Bay area (just for you) to discuss the journey through the netherworld, in light of the tools the Egyptians hoped would help them to navigate it.