Eve Guerry is a museum educator with over 15 years’ experience in designing object-based learning strategies for curriculum-linked learning programs and exhibitions. She has a PhD in Egyptology and extensive experience in teaching and research for Archaeology, Ancient Egypt and Ancient Israel. Prior to joining the Chau Chak Wing Museum in 2020 as Academic Engagement Curator, Eve worked as the Head of Education programs at Macquarie University’s Museum of Ancient Cultures, where she integrated museum collections into teaching and research across campus as well as into innovative learning programs for early childhood, primary and secondary school students.
Eve sees museum collections as resources that enrich the academic environment by allowing avenues for creativity, engagement and cross-disciplinary links that foster deep learning and collaborative research opportunities.
Simpson, A., Thogersen, J., Hammond, G., Janiszewski, L., Guerry, E. (2019) “Developing cross-disciplinary networks with university collections: a case study”, University Museums and Collections Journal 11.1, p.116.
Thogersen, J., Simpson, A., Hammond, G., Janiszewski, L., Guerry, E. (2018), “Creating curriculum connections: a university museum object-based learning project”, Education for Information 34.2, pp.113-120.
Guerry, E. and Gillen, T. (2010) “Contextualising bin in the Medinet Habu Historical Inscriptions”, Gottinger Miszellen 224, pp.59-64.
Ockinga, B.G. and Guerry, E. (2008) “Neferty P 20 Reconsidered”, Lingua Aegyptia 16, pp.307-310.
Guerry, E. (2008) “Ideals of a Life: Words for “Transgression” in the Stela of Baki ”, Journal of Egyptian History 1.2, pp.289-308.
Guerry, E. (2007) “Controlling Human Suffering: Terminology of Divine Mercy in Ancient Egypt and in Ancient Israel”, Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 18, pp.109-124.
Guerry, E. (2018) “Integrating museum objects into learning and teaching in the school classroom”. The Knowledgeable Object Symposium. Nov 2018, Macquarie University.
Guerry, E. (2018) “Object-Based Learning in the simulated field-archaeology classroom”. The Knowledgeable Object Symposium Workshop. Nov 2018, Macquarie University.