I wrote about why the United States is rejoining UNESCO, and the history of the country's relationship with the organisation.
I wrote a review of Empress of the Nile by Lynne Olson, a biography of the French archaeologist Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt.
I visited Luxor, Egypt, in January 2021, and wrote about the various--at times controversial--tourist and heritage transformations enacted by the Egyptian government and the nature of authenticity.
I contributed this review/commentary to a special issue of the open-access experimental journal Bridging Humanities called 'Nile Pop'.
On irrigation's destructive impact on Nubia, and what archives might do to ameliorate that situation.
An interview about my book, Flooded Pasts.
On the 50th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention, I wrote about UNESCO's difficult relationship with the people whose heritage the treaty aims to preserve.
I wrote about the deep history of the 'Pharaohs' Golden Parade' that took place in Cairo, linking it to events that have taken place in republican Egypt.