A select bibliography on my research topic, updated regularly:

Adrom, F. et al. (eds.). 2008. Altägyptische Weltsichten: Akten des Symposiums zur historischen Topographie und Toponymie Altägyptens vom 12. -14. Mai 2006 in München. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

Afeiche, A.-M. (ed.). 2009. Le Site de Nahr el-Kalb. Beirut: Direction Générale des Antiquités.

Ashmore, W. and B. Knapp (eds.). 1999. Archaeologies of Landscape. Cambridge: CUP.

Assmann, J. 2011. Cultural Memory and Early Civilization: Writing, Remembrance, and Political Imagination. Cambridge: CUP.

Basso, K. 1996. Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and Language Among the Western Apache. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Bender, B. 2006. “Place and Landscape.” In Tilley, C. et al. (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture. London: Sage, 303-314.

Bradley, R. 2000. An Archaeology of Natural Places. New York: Routledge.

Brown, M.W. 2015. ‘Keeping Enemies Closer’: Ascribed Material Agency in Ancient Egyptian Rock Inscriptions and the Projection of Presence and Power in Liminal Regions. Ph.D. diss., Yale University.

Chippindale, C. and G. Nash. 2004. The Figured Landscapes of Rock-Art: Looking at Pictures in Place. Cambridge: CUP.

Da Riva, R. 2015. “Enduring Images of an Ephemeral Empire: Neo-Babylonian Inscriptions and Representations on the Western Periphery.” In Rollinger, R. and E. van Dongen (eds.), Mesopotamia in the Ancient World: Impact, Continuities, Parallels. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, 603-629.

David, B. and M. Wilson (eds.). 2002. Inscribed Landscapes: Marking and Making Place. Honolulu: UHI.

Davies, W. V. 2016. “Nubia in the New Kingdom: The Egyptians at Kurgus.” In Spencer, N., A. Stevens, and M. Binder (eds.), Nubia in the New Kingdom. Lived experience, pharaonic control and indigenous traditions. Leuven: Peeters, 1-42.

Dean, C.J. 2010. A Culture of Stone: Inka Perspectives on Rock. Durham: Duke University Press.

Eyre, C.J. 1990. “The Semna Stelae: Quotation, Genre, and Functions of Literature.” In Israelit-Groll, S. (ed.), Studies in Egyptology presented to Miriam Lichtheim, Volume I. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 134-165.

Galán, J.M. 1995. Victory and Border. Terminology related to Egyptian Imperialism in the XVIIIth Dynasty. Hildesheim: Gerstenberg Verlag.

Gasse, A. and V. Rondot. 2007. Les inscriptions de Séhel. Cairo: IFAO.

Glatz, C. and A.M. Plourde. 2011. “Landscape Monuments and Political Competition in Late Bronze Age Anatolia: An Investigation of Costly Signaling Theory.” BASOR 361: 33-66.

Goelet, O. 1999. “Kemet and other Egyptian terms for their land.” In Chazan, R. et al. (eds.), Ki Baruch Hu. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 23-42.

Gregersen, E.A. 2003. “Deixis in Ancient Egyptian.” In Hawass, Z. (ed.), Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-first Century, Volume 3: Language, Conservation, Museology. New York: AUC Press, 213-217.

Harmanşah, Ö. 2013. Cities and the Shaping of Memory in the Ancient Near East. Cambridge: CUP.

Harrist, R.E. 2008. The Landscape of Words: Stone Inscriptions from Early and Medieval China. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Kemp, B.J. 2012. The City of Akhenaten and Nefertiti: Amarna and its People. London: Thames & Hudson.

Kendall, T. 2004. “The Monument of Taharqa on Gebel Barkal.” In Wenig, S. (ed.), Neueste Feldforschungen im Sudan und in Eritrea: Akten des Symposiums vom 13. bis 14. Oktober 1999 in Berlin. Berlin: Harrasowitz, 1-45.

Klemm, R. and D. Klemm. 2008. Stone and Stone Quarries in Ancient Egypt. London: British Museum.

Klug, A. 2002. Königliche Stelen in der Zeit von Ahmose bis Amenophis III. Bruxelles: Fondation Egyptologique Reine Elisabeth.

Kruschwitz, P. 12 February 2014. “‘Aufidius was here.’ (Really? And where exactly?).” Lecture, Pompeii Research Seminar, University of Leeds.

Lightfoot, K.G. and A. Martinez. 1995. “Frontiers and Boundaries in Archaeological Perspective.” Annual Review of Anthropology 24: 471-492.

Liverani, M. 2001. International Relations in the Near East, 1600-1100 B.C. New York: Palgrave.

Meskell, L. (ed.). 2005. Archaeologies of Materiality. Oxford: Blackwell.

Morris, E.F. 2004. Architecture of Imperialism: Military Bases and the Evolution of Foreign Policy in Egypt’s New Kingdom. Leiden: Brill.

Murnane, W.J. and C.C. Van Siclen. 1993. The Boundary Stelae of Akhenaten. New York: Kegan Paul.

O’Connor, D.B. and S. Quirke (eds.). 2003. Mysterious Lands. London: UCL Press.

Osborne, J.F. (ed.). 2014. Approaching Monumentality in Archaeology. Albany: SUNY Press, 1-19.

Pearson, M.P. and C. Richards (eds.). 1994. Architecture and Order: Approaches to Social Space. London: Routledge.

Peden, A.J. 2001. The Graffiti of Pharaonic Egypt: Scope and Roles of Informal Writings. Leiden: Brill.

Shafer, A.T. 2007. “Assyrian Royal Monuments on the Periphery: Ritual and the Making of Imperial Space.” In Cheng, J. and M.H. Feldman (eds.), Ancient Near Eastern Art in Context: Studies in Honor of Irene J. Winter by her students. Leiden: Brill, 133-160.

Smith, A.T. 2003. The Political Landscape: Constellations of Authority in Early Complex Polities. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Smith, S.T. 2003. Wretched Kush: Ethnic Identities and Boundaries in Egypt’s Nubian Empire. London: Routledge.

Stockwell, P. 2002. Cognitive Poetics. New York: Routledge, 41-57.

Török, L. 2009. Between Two Worlds: The Frontier Region between Ancient Nubia and Egypt 3700 BC-AD 500. Leiden: Brill.

Vogel, C. 2011. “This far and not a step further! The ideological concept of Ancient Egyptian boundary stelae.” In Bar, S. et al. (eds.), Egypt, Canaan and Israel: History, Imperialism, Ideology and Literature. Proceedings of a conference at the University of Haifa, 3-7 May 2009. Leiden: Brill, 320-341.

Walsh, K. 2008. “Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology: Marginality and the Culture-Nature ‘Divide’.” Landscape Research 33(5): 547-564.