Kerry Muhlestein received his BS from BYU in psychology with a Hebrew minor. As an undergraduate he spent time at the BYU Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies in the intensive Hebrew program. He received an MA in ancient Near Eastern studies from BYU and his PhD from UCLA in Egyptology. He taught courses in Hebrew and religion part-time at BYU and the UVSC extension center as well as in history at Cal Poly Pomona and UCLA. He also taught early-morning seminary classes and classes at the Westwood (UCLA) Institute of Religion. His first full-time appointment was a joint position in religion and history at BYU–Hawaii. He is the director of the BYU Egypt Excavation Project. He was selected by the Princeton Review in 2012 as one of the best 300 professors in the nation (the top .02 percent of those considered). He and his wife, Julianne, are the parents of six children, and together they lived in Jerusalem while Kerry taught there. He has served as the chair of a national committee for the American Research Center in Egypt and serves on their Research Supporting Member Council. He has also served on a committee for the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities and currently serves on their board of trustees and as a vice president of the organization. He is also involved with the International Association of Egyptologists.
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