Janice Kamrin is an Associate Curator in the Department of Egyptian Art at the Metrpolitan Museum of Art, New York. She holds a BA from Bryn Mawr College and a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and her research interests include Middle Kingdom tomb art and the archaeology of Thebes. In the department, she oversees matters related to The Museum System (TMS) and technology in general. Janice recently joined the department’s joint expedition to Malqata, the New Kingdom festival city of Amenhotep III, under the direction of Diana Craig Patch, and is working with a Macquarie University project to document the Middle Kingdom tombs at Beni Hasan. Additionally, Janice serves on the board of the American Research Center in Egypt. Before coming to The Met, Janice lived in Egypt, where she directed several projects at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, and worked with the head of the Antiquities Service.
For a list of publications visit Janice’s profile on Academia.edu