ECHO@e-c-h-o.org
 
Fekri A. Hassan (fekrihassan@hotmail.com)

Contents:

  Key Qualifications
  Education
  Academic Interests
  Fieldwork and Research Projects
  Professional Services
  Teaching
  Professional and Honour Societies
  Publications
  Lectures Given at Conferences
  Other Professional Activities
Key Qualifications Contents >
Professor Hassan has over 30 years of experience in the field of Archaeology and Anthropology. He currently holds the prestigious Petrie Chair of Archaeology at one of the most outstanding centers of archaeological and cultural heritage management in Europe, the Institute of Archaeology at University College London. Professor Hassan is the Editor of the African Archaeological Review, and serves on the editorial board of many journals ranging from Holocene, which deals with Climatic Change, to Water Policy, revealing the breadth of Professor Hassan’s expertise. He has served on the editorial board of Antiquity, and has been elected Vice-President of the World Archaeology Congress. He is the honorary President of The Egyptian Cultural Heritage Organization (ECHO). In addition to his reputation as a distinguished scholar in archaeology with more than two hundred publications, Professor Hassan has devoted his time over the last 15 years to tackling issues of cultural heritage management. In 2001, he edited A Strategic Approach to Egyptian Cultural Heritage Management (sponsored by UNESCO WHC and UNDP). He is currently engaged in the development of an action plan for the management of the sites of the St. Katherine Monastery area, soon to be declared a World Heritage Site, the cultural heritage component of an Explorer’s visitor center in the Red Sea Governorate, Egypt, the development of a cutting-edge website under development by IBM on The Legacy of Egyptian Civilization, the establishment of a computerised database of Egyptian cultural heritage elements in archaeological sites and museums, and the production of a benchmark book on Water and Civilization (with Jerri della Priscoli), Dams and Cultural Heritage (with Steven Brandt), and The Archaeology of Farafra Oasis (with Barbara Barich) to add to his list of books including Demographic Archaeology (1981) and Droughts, Food and Culture: Ecological Change and Food Security in Africa’s Later Prehistory (2002). The last book reflects Prof. Hassan’s ongoing commitment to engage archaeology in contemporary human affairs.

Prof. Hassan is an avid fieldworker who has led and is still engaged in numerous expeditions to the Egyptian Sahara (Siwa, Farafra and Baharia Oases), Upper Egypt (Nagada), Sinai, the Red Sea Hills and East Delta (Kafr Hassan Dawood) in Egypt. Prof. Hassan combines his skills in archaeology with a geological background, which endows him with a scientific perspective and provides him with an understanding of geological hazards to cultural heritage as well as the tools to interpret climatic change and palaeoenvironments.
Education Contents >
1973Ph.D.Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
1971M.A.Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
1966M.S.Geology, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
1963B.S.(with honors) Geology and Chemistry, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
Academic Interests Contents >
  • Cultural Heritage Management
  • Water & Civilization
  • Archaeological Perspectives on Ethics
  • Relevance of Archaeology to Contemporary Human Issues
  • Cognition (lithic artifacts and rock art)
  • Climate Change
  • Origins of Civilization and State-Societies.
  • Fieldwork and Research Projects Contents >
    2002Site Management Strategy of Archaeological sites of St. Katherine Protectorate, EEAA.
    2001 Geoarchaeologist, Farafra Oasis (University of Roma, La Sapienza).
    2001 Archaeological Survey of St. Katherine Protectorate, EEAA.
    2000 Ecotourism development mission to Wadi-Gimal, Marsa Alam, Egyptian Tourist Authority.
    1999 Kafr Hassan Dawood Project (Principal Investigator)
    1998/1999 UNESCO World Heritage Centre Training Course, Egypt (Director)
    1998 Kafr Hassan Dawood Project (Principal Investigator)
    1998 Faiyum Lake-drilling (with Y. Yasuda, International Centre for Japanese Studies, Kyoto)
    1998 Tushka-Dungul survey (with Egyptian Geological Survey)
    1997 Northern Red Sea Hills: G. el Galala Al-Qiblia
    1997 Faiyum
    1997 East Uweinat-Tushka Survey (with F. Al-Baz
    1997 Geoarchaeologist, Farafra Oasis (B. Barich)
    1996 Kafr Hassan Dawood Project (Principal Investigator)
    1996 Geoarchaeologist, Farafra Oasis (B. Barich)
    1995 Kafr Hassan Dawood Project (Principal Investigator)
    1994 Geoarchaeologist, Farafra Oasis (B. Barich)
    1993 Geoarchaeologist, Farafra Oasis (B. Barich)
    1991 Geoarchaeologist, Prehistory and Geoarchaeology of Farafra Oasis, University of Rome (B. Barich)
    1990 Geoarchaeologist, The Gerzeh Predynastic Project (with Farid El-Yahky)
    1989 Geoarchaeologist, The Hiw Predynastic Project, Boston University (K. Bard)
    1988 Geoarchaeologist, Prehistory and Geoarchaeology of Farafra Oasis, University of Rome (B. Barich)
    1987 Geoarchaeologist, Prehistory and Geoarchaeology of Farafra Oasis, University of Rome (B. Barich)
    1985 Principal Investigator, Ethnoarchaeology of Domestic Space in Egyptian Households
    1984 Geoarchaeologist, Assessment of magnitude and quality of groundwater and investigation of distribution of potentially cultivable modern land
    1983 Principal Investigator, Ethnoarchaeology of pottery manufacture, use, and discard, Upper Egypt
    1982 Geoarchaeologist, Minshat Abu Omar Project, German Archaeological Mission (D. Wildung)
    1981 Principal Investigator, The Predynastic of Egypt Project
    1981 Geoarchaeologist, The Archaeological Expedition of University of Washington (Seattle) to the Faiyum, Egypt (R. Wenke)
    1980 Geoarchaeologist, University of Tulsa Expedition to South Jordan (D. Henry)
    1980 Principal Investigator, The Predynastic of Egypt: Khattara-Nagada Project
    1979 Geologist, University of Tulsa Expedition to South Jordan (D. Henry)
    1978 Principal Investigator, The Predynastic of Egypt: Khattara-Nagada Project
    1978 Geologist, Lake Pagahrit Project (W. Lipe)
    1978 Geologist, Geoarchaeology at Hierakonpolis (W. Fairservis)
    1977 Principal Investigator, Prehistoric Expedition to Baharia Oasis and West Delta, Egypt
    1977 Geologist, Predynastic Sites of Luxor-Qena Region, Upper Egypt (with T. R. Hays)
    1976 Principal Investigator, Sedimentary history of late Quaternary flooding of the Lower Snake River Basin.
    1976 Principal Investigator, Prehistoric Expedition to Siwa Oasis, NW Egypt
    1976 Geologist, Strawberry Island, Washington
    1975 Principal Investigator, Prehistoric Expedition to Siwa Oasis, NW Egypt
    1974 Principal Investigator, Prehistoric Expedition to Siwa Oasis, NW Egypt, Reconnaissance Survey
    1973 Archaeologist/Geologist, Prehistoric Expedition to Algeria, Cultural Ecology of Capsian Settlements in Cheria Region, Tebessa (D. Lubell)
    1971 Assistant Archaeologist, Elm Fork Archaeological Survey, Texas (T. R. Hays)
    1970 Assistant Archaeologist, SMU Prehistoric Expedition to Ethiopia Survey of Lake Tana and Central Rift Lake area (F. Wendorf)
    1970 Assistant Archaeologist, Columbia University Middle Palaeolithic Site (R. Solecki)
    1969 Assistant Archaeologist, Murray Springs Early Man Site, Arizona (V. Haynes)
    1968 Assistant Geologist, SMU Prehistoric Expedition to Egypt (F. Wendorf)
    Professional Services Contents >
  • International Water History Association (Secretary)
  • UNESCO Potential Conflict to Co-Operation Project (Member of the Scientific Committee).
  • Egyptian Cultural Heritage Organisation (Honorary president)
  • Forum for African Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (Member of the Executive Board).
  • World Archaeology Congress (Chairman, Dams and Cultural Heritage Task Force).
  • UNESCO World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology (Member of the Ethics and the Use of Freshwater Working Group).
  • UNESCO IHP History of Water and Civilization Book Series (Member of Steering Committee).
  • World Archaeological Congress (Vice-President 1999-)
  • UNESCO Water and Civilization Project: International Hydrological Programme (Member of the Steering Committee).
  • World Archaeology Congress (North Africa Proxy Senior Rep. 1993-1999)
  • African Archaeological Review (Editor).
  • The Review of Archaeology (Contributing Editor).
  • Journal of Anthropological Archaeology (Member of the Board).
  • Antiquity (Member of the Advisory Board).
  • Holocene (Member of the Editorial Board).
  • Water Policy: The Journal of the World Water Council (Member of the Editorial Board).
  • UNESCO IHP Water and Civilization project (Member of Scientific Committee)
  • UNESCO-sponsored Qanat’s International Symposium. Yazd, 2000 (Member of the Scientific Committee).
  • The Geological Society of America, Archaeological Geology Division
  • SAREC (Swedish Agency for Research Cooperation with Developing Countries (Evaluator 1993)
  • Archaeology of Africa: An Encyclopedia (Member of the Advisory Board)
  • Société pour l'etude des cultures prépharaoniques de la Vallée du Nil (Honorary Member)
  • Panel of Experts on the Conservation of the Pyramids of Giza Project, Ministry of Culture, Egypt (Chairman 1989-1991).
  • Permanent Committee of the Egyptian Antiquities Organization, Cairo, Egypt (Member1989-1991)
  • Teaching Contents >
    1994-PresentPetrie Professor of Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology & Department of Egyptology, University College London
    1983-1994Professor, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
    1991Visiting Professor, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.
    1990Visiting Professor, University of Rome La Sapienza, Rome, Italy
    1988-1990Adviser to the Minister of Culture, Arab Republic of Egypt
    1978-1983Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
    1975-1977Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
    1974-1975Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
    1974Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle
    1971-1973Instructor, University College, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
    1969Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
    1963-1968Teaching Assistant, Department of Geology, Ain Shams, University, Cairo, Egypt
    Professional and Honour Societies Contents >
  • Archeo-Nil
  • American Association for Advancement of Science
  • Society for American Archaeologists
  • American Anthropological Association
  • American Quaternary Association
  • Prehistoric Society, England
  • Geological Society of America
  • Geological Society, Egypt
  • Society of Africanist Archaeologists
  • American Association of Geology Teachers
  • Sigma Xi
  • Forum for African Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
  • Sedimentological Society of Egypt
  • Publications Contents >
    Books:
    Hassan, F. A. (Editor)
      2002Droughts, Food and Culture: Ecological Change and Food Security in Africa’s Later Prehistory. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.
    Hassan, F. A.
      2001Strategic Approaches to Egyptian Cultural Heritage, Cult-Nat, Cairo.
      1999Wonderful Water (in Arabic). Alhadara Press, Cairo.
      1999Love Poems in Ancient Egypt (in Arabic). Al-hadara Press, Cairo.
      1981Demographic Archaeology, Academic Press, New York.
      1974The Archaeology of the Dishna Plain: A Study of a Late Palaeolithic Settlement in Upper Egypt. The Geological Survey of Egypt. No. 59.
    Hassan, F. A. et. al.
      In Prep.Kafr Hassan Dawood: The Late Predynastic to Early Dynastic Cemetery in the East Delta, Egypt. Vol. 1.
      In Prep.Kafr Hassan Dawood: The Late Predynastic to Early Dynastic Cemetery in the East Delta, Egypt. Vol. 2.
      In Prep.Kafr Hassan Dawood: The Late Predynastic to Early Dynastic Cemetery in the East Delta, Egypt. Vol. 3.
      In Prep.Kafr Hassan Dawood: The Late Predynastic to Early Dynastic Cemetery in the East Delta, Egypt. Vol. 4.
      In Prep.Kafr Hassan Dawood: The Late Period to Ptolemaic site in the East Delta, Egypt. Vol. 5.
    Articles, Reviews and Reports:
    Hassan, F. A. et al.
      In PressSocial dynamics at the Late Predynastic to Early Dynastic site of Kafr Hassan Dawood, East Delta, Egypt. Archeo-Nil 12.
    Hassan, F. A.
      2002Palaeoclimate, food and culture change in Africa: An overview. In Droughts, Food and Culture, F. Hassan, ed., pp., 11-26. Kluwer/ Plenum, New York.
      2002Soul birds and heavenly cows: Transforming gender in Predynastic Egypt. In Pursuit of Gender: Worldwide Archaeological Approaches, Edited by S. Nelson & M. Rosen-Ayalon, pp. 43-65. Altmira Press, New York.
      2002Ecological changes and food security in the later prehistory of North Africa: looking forward. In Droughts, Food and Culture, F. Hassan, ed., pp., 321-334. Kluwer/ Plenum, New York.
    Hamden, M. A. & Hassan, F. A.
      2002Late Quaternary Geology and Geoarchaeology of Kafr Hassan Dawood, East Delta, in Z, Hawass (ed.) Egyptology at the beginning of the 21st century: Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Egyptologists. Cairo, American University in Cairo Press.
    Hassan, F. A.
      2002Kafr Hassan Dawood, Preliminary Results of the SCA/UCL Archaeological investigations 1995-9, in Z, Hawass (ed.) Egyptology at the beginning of the 21st century: Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Egyptologists. Cairo, American University in Cairo Press.
    Rowland, J. M. & Hassan, F. A.
      2002The computerised database and potential for a Geographical Information System at Kafr Hassan Dawood, in Z. Hawass (ed.) Egyptology at the beginning of the 21st century: Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Egyptologists. Cairo, American University in Cairo Press.
    Hassan, F. A. and H. Barakat
      2001Report on the Cultural and Ecotourism Potential of the Wadi Gimal/Marsa Alam Region, Red Sea Hills, Eastern Desert. Tourist Development, Authroity, Cairo, Egypt.
    Hassan, F A.
      2001Archaeological Heritage Sites of the St. Katherine Protectorate. EEAA, Cairo.
    Hassan, F. A. (Editor)
      2001African Archaeological Review, Volume 18, Number 1.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 18, Number 2.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 18, Number 3.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 18, Number 4.
    Hassan, F., Barich, B., Mahmoud, M. and Hemdan, M.A.
      2001Holocene playa deposits of Farafra Oasis, Egypt, and their palaeoclimatic and geoarchaeological significance. Geoarchaeology 16 (1): 29-46.
    Hassan, F. A.
      2000Rain, Rivers and fountains: the legacy of water and civilization in the Mediterranean. In Water Security in the Third Millennium: Mediterranean Countries Toward a Regional Vision. Forum of the UNESCO International School of Science for Peace, Como, Italy. pp. 213-240.
      2000Holocene environmental change and the origins and spread of food production in the Middle East. Adumatu 1: 7-28.
      2000Environmental perception and human responses in history and prehistory, in The Way Wind Blows: Climate, History and Human Action, edited by J. Tainter, R. McIntosh, and S. McIntosh. Columbia University press, New York, pp. 121-140.
      2000Cattle and climate in North Africa, A First Approximation. In The Origins and Development of African Livestock: Archaeology, Genetics, Linguistics and Ethnography, edited by R. M. Blench, and K. C. MacDonald. University College London Press, London, pp. 61-86.
    Hassan, F. A. et al.
      2000Kafr Hassan Dawood, Egyptian Archaeology 16: 37-39.
    Hassan, F. A. (Editor)
      2000African Archaeological Review, Volume 17, Number 1.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 17, Number 2.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 17, Number 3.
    African Archaeological Review: Volume 17, Number 4.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1999Epi-paleolithic cultures, overview; Baharia Oasis; Dating techniques, prehistory; Nagada and Siwa Oasis, prehistoric sites. In Bard, K. A. (ed.), Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, Routledge, London, pp. 15-16; 164; 233-234; 555-557 and 744-745.
      1999African archaeology: the call of the future. African Affairs. 98:393-406
      1999Revitalizing the City: From Local Tradition to Global Engagement. In The City-Local Tradition and Global Engagement, edited by J. Mannergre, M. Du Rietz, A. Theorell, and L. Lindh. SIDA, Stockholm, pp. 21-30.
      1999Population Dynamics, Volume 2, Chapter 17. In Companion Encyclopedia of Archaeology, edited by G. Barker and A. Grant. Routledge, London, pp. 672-713.
      1999Contributions on “Siwa Oasis”, “Baharia Oasis”, “Final Palaeolithic Hunter-Gatherers of the Nile Valley”, and “Dating Methods” to Encyclopedia of Egyptian Archaeology. Routledge, London
    Hassan, F. A. (Editor)
      1999African Archaeological Review, Volume 16, Number 1.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 16, Number 2.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 16, Number 3.
    African Archaeological Review: Volume 16, Number 4.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1998Memorabilia: Archaeological Materiality and National Identity in Egypt, in Archaeology under fire: Nationalism, politics and heritage in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East, edited by L. Meskell. Routledge. London, pp. 200-216.
      1998Cultural Interactions between Egypt and Eastern Neighbors in later Prehistory. in LE SINAÏ durant l’Antiquité et le Moyen Âge 4000 ans d’histoire pour un désert, edited by D. Valebelle. Edition Errance, Paris, pp. 12-19.
      1998L’Egitto Come Stato Unitario. Kemet, Alle Sorgenti del Tempo, edited by A. M. Donadoni Roveri and F. Tiradritt. Electa, Roma
      1998The Archaeology of North Africa at Kiekrz 1997. African Archaeological Review 15:85-93.
      1998Holocene climatic change and riverine dynamics in the Nile Valley. in Before Food Production in North Africa, edited by S. di Lernia and G. Manzi. A.B.A.C.O Editions, Rome, pp. 43-51.
      1998Climatic Change, Nile Floods and Civilization. Nature & Resources. 34:34-40.
      1998The Earliest Goddesses of Egypt: divine mothers and Cosmic bodies. In Ancient Goddesses: Myths and Evidence, edited by L. Goodison and C. Morris. British Museum, London, pp. 98-112.
      1998Towards an archaeology of gender in Africa, in Gender in African Archaeology, edited by S. Kent, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek, London, pp. 261-278.
      1998Late Holocene climatic fluctuations in northeastern Africa. In Symposium on the Mediterranean Region in PEP III, Milano, 22 June, 1988.
    Hassan, F. A. (Editor)
      1998African Archaeological Review, Volume 15, Number 1.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 15, Number 2.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 15, Number 3.
    African Archaeological Review: Volume 15, Number 4.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1997Beyond the surface: comments on Hodder’s reflexive excavation methodology. Antiquity 71: 1020-25.
      1997Egypt: beginnings of agriculture, in Encyclopedia of Precolonial Africa, edited by J.O. Vogel. Altamira, Walnut Creek, London, pp.472-479.
      1997Egypt: the emergence of state society, in Encyclopedia of Precolonial Africa. Edited by J.O.Vogel, pp.405-409. Altamira, Walnut Creek, London.
      1997Holocene Palaeoclimates of Africa. African Archaeological Review 14 (4):213-230
      1997The Dynamics of a Riverine Civilization: A Geoarchaeological Perspective on the Nile Valley, in World Archaeology 29(1): 51-74.
      1997Climate, Famine and Chaos: Nile floods and political disorder in early Egypt, in NATO ASI Series, vol I 49, Third Millennium BC Climate Change and Old World Collapse, edited by H. Nüzhet Dalfes, G. Kukla and H. Weiss, Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, pp.1-23.
      1997The Gift of the Nile, and The Wealth of the Land in The Illustrated Guide to Ancient Egypt, edited by D. P. Silverman, Oxford University Press, pp. 10-19, and 58-67.
    Hassan, F. A. (Editor)
      1997African Archaeological Review, Volume 14, Number 1.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 14, Number 2.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 14, Number 3.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 14, Number 4.
    Sultan, M. N. Sturchio, F. A. Hassan, M. Abdel Rahman Hamdan, Abdel Moneim Mahmood, Z. El Alfy, and T. Stein.
      1997Precipitation source inferred from stable isotopic composition of Pleistocene groundwater and carbonate deposits in the Western Desert of Egypt, Quaternary Research 48: 29-37.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1996Book review of "The Limits of Settlement Growth: a theoretical outline" by R. Fletcher. Antiquity 70:722-724.
      1996Book review of “Climats Anciens du Nord de l’Afrique.” Sahara 8:122-124.
      1996Abrupt Holocene climatic events in Africa. In Aspects of African Archaeology, edited by G. Pwiti, and R. Soper. University of Zimbabwe Publications, Harare, pp. 83-89.
    Hassan, F. A. (Editor)
      1996African Archaeological Review, Volume 13, Number 1.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 13, Number 2.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 13, Number 3.
    African Archaeological Review, Volume 13, Number 4.
    Barich, B., Hassan, F. A., and A. A. Stoppiello
      1996Farafra Oasis between theSahara and the Nile, in Interregional contacts in the later Prehistory of Northeastern Africa, Poznan, pp. 71-79.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1995Late Quaternary geology and geomorphology of the Area in the Vicinity of Ras En-Naqb area, South Jordan. In Prehistoric Ecology and Evolution, Insights from Southern Jordan, edited by D. Henry. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 23-31.
      1995Prehistory of Northeast Africa. In Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, Edited by J. M. Sasson, Editor, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, pp. 665-678.
      1995Conservation of the Sphinx Project: A Comprehensive Approach. On Geosciences & Archaeology In the Mediterranean Countries, The Geological Survey of Egypt, Special Publication No. 70, Cairo, pp. 213-228.
      1995The World Archaeological Congress in India: Politicizing the Past. Antiquity 69(8266): 874-877.
      1994V. Gordon Childe: The Legend Lives. The Review of Archaeology 15 (2): 22-26.
      1994Book review of The River Nile: Geology, Hydrology, and Utilization, by Rushdi Said, 1993, Pergamon Press. Geoarchaeology 10(1): 225-227.
      1994Book review of The First Immigrants from Asia: A population history of the North American Indians, Plenum, New York. American Anthropologist 96: 41-42.
      1994Book review of The Rape of Tutankhamen. Antiquity 68 (260): 663-664.
      1993Population Ecology and civilization in Ancient Egypt. In Historical Ecology, edited by C. L. Crumley. School of American Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico, pp. 155-181.
      1993From Stone to Silicon: Transitions in Human knowledge. Universe 6(2):6-9, 28.
      1993Rock art: cognitive schemata and symbolic interpretation. In L'Arte d l'Ambiente del Sahara prehistorico: dati e interpretazioni, edited by G. Calegari, Memorie della Societa Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano, Milano, Italy. 26 (2): 269-282.
      1993Town and Village in Ancient Egypt. In Food, Metals, and Towns in Africa's Past. Edited by T. Shaw, P. Sinclair, B. Andah, and A. Okpoko, pp. 551-569. Routledge, London.
      1993Archaeological Geology Division Award, A response. Geological Society of America Today, March 1993, pp. 64-65.
    Mahmoud, Abdel Moneim and F. A. Hassan
      1993Late Quaternary sediments, Hew Area, Nag Hammadi, Upper Egypt. Sedimentology of Egypt 1: 43-53.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1992The Ecological Consequences of Evolutionary cultural transformations. International Center for Japanese studies, Kyoto. Nature and Humankind in the Age of Environmental Crisis, pp. 29-44.
      1992Primeval Goddess to Divine King: The mythogenesis of power in early Egyptian State. In The Followers of Horus, edited by R. Friedman and Barbara Adams. Egyptian Studies Publication No. 2, Oxbow Monograph 20, Oxford 1992, pp. 307-321.
    Barich, B. E., Hassan, F. A., and Mahmoud, A. A.
      1992L'area preistorica di Bahr Playa (Oasi di Farafra) e aspetti predinastici della valle del Nilo, Stesto Congresso Internazionale di Egyittologia. Atti, vol. 1, pp. 33-39.
    Alessio, M., Barich, B. E., Belluomini, G., Hassan, F. A., Mahmoud, A. A., Manfra, L., and Stoppiello, A.
      1992A Further Report on Farafra (Western Desert, Egypt). New Research and Radiocarbon dates. Nyame Akuma 38: 19-28.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1991A shot in the dark. A review of Centuries of Darkness. Nature 353 (6346): 712-713.
      1991Cities and civilization. Humanities Today, Washington Commission for the Humanities V (2): 16-17.
    Barich, B., F. A. Hassan, and A. Mahmoud
      1991From Settlement to Site: formation and transformation of archaeological traces. Scienze dell' Antichita - Storia Archeologia, Antropologia 5: 33-62.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1990Desertification and the Beginnings of Egyptian Culture. Studien zur Altagyptisichen Kultur. Akten des Vierten Internationalen Aegyptologen Kongresses, Munich 1985, edited by S. Schoske. Helmut Buske Verlag Hamburg, Band 2, pp. 325-331.
      1990Nile River records as a measure of the north African monsoon fluctuations (Abstract). Monsoons and Paleo-monsoons, Quaternary Research Conference, May 4-5, 1990, Seattle.
    Barich, B. and F. A. Hassan
      1990Il Sahara e le Oasi: Farafra nel Deserto Occidentale Egiziano. Sahara 3: 53-62.
    Hassan, F. A.
      1988The Predynastic of Egypt. Journal of World Prehistory 2: 2.
      1985Radiocarbon Chronology of Neolithic and Predynastic sites in Upper Egypt and the Delta. African Archaeological Review, 3: 95-116.
    Statements:
      2003Measure to Safeguard Iraq's World Heritage
      2003Iraq Cultural Property in Danger - Arabic
    Lectures Given at Conferences Contents >
    The 3rd World Water Forum March 16-23, 2003, Kyoto, Japan
    Dams & Cultural Heritage Management: A Call for Action
    Fekri A. Hassan, University College London
    Steven Brandt, University of Florida
    Other Professional Activities Contents >
    2001Ancient Apocalypse – The Rise and Fall of Egypt’s Old Kingdom, BBC2 TV Programme.
    1989Conceptual design of the RAMSES THE GREAT Exhibit, Dallas Natural History Museum, Dallas, Texas.
    1989Conceptual design of Egyptian Children's Museum of Science, Ministry of Culture, Egypt.