Media

Last Update: 16 July 2014

PRINT AND INTERNET/WEB MEDIA

Siuda, Tamara L. (in publication; expected August 2014) The Ancient Egyptian Daybook. See the Kickstarter campaign website and video here.

Siuda, Tamara L. (2013) “Immortal Kemet: The revival of ancient Egyptian polytheism.” in Pagan Dawn, No. 187, pp. 38-41. Link to purchase the magazine here.

Siuda, Tamara L. (2012) “Your First Airline Trip: How to Fly.” Hosted at Squidoo. Direct link to Squidoo lens.

Siuda, Tamara L. (2012) (as “Mambo Chita Tann”) “Don’t Forget the Dead People” guest blog post at Llewellyn.com. Direct link to Llewellyn guest blog post.

Siuda, Tamara L. (2012) (as “Mambo Chita Tann”) “Ancestors: Dead Doesn’t Mean Gone.” Hosted at Squidoo. Direct link to Squidoo lens.

Siuda, Tamara L. (2012) (as “Mambo Chita Tann”) “Forty Days and Nights of Purity: Lent, Haitian Vodou Style” in the Llewellyn Journal, February 2012. Direct link to Llewellyn article.

Siuda, Tamara L. (2012) (as “Mambo Chita Tann”) Haitian Vodou: An Introduction to Haiti’s Indigenous Spiritual Tradition. (Llewellyn Publications, Minneapolis, MN.) Ordering links: Llewellyn website Amazon.com Official website at Vodoubook.com.

Siuda, Tamara L. (2010) Nebt-het: Lady of the House. (Second Edition, Stargazer Design, New Lenox IL). Order links: Amazon Lulu softcover Lulu ebook

Siuda, Tamara L. (2010) The Neteru of Kemet: An Introduction. (2010 Electronic Reprint Edition, Stargazer Design, New Lenox IL). Order from: Amazon Lulu softcover Lulu ebook

Siuda, Tamara L. (2009) “How Aset Learned Ra’s Name.” in Waters of Life: A Devotional Anthology for Isis and Serapis. Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Neos Alexandria Press), pp. 250-253. Order from: Amazon

Siuda, Tamara L. (2009) The Ancient Egyptian Prayerbook (Revised Second Edition, Stargazer Design, New Lenox IL). (Paperback and Hardback editions released 2009). Order from: Official Website Amazon softcover Amazon hardcover Lulu softcover Lulu Hardcover Lulu ebook iBookstore

Siuda, Tamara L. (2007) “Let us Sing and Glorify”: Seeking the Origins of Coptic Liturgical Music. Unpublished MA thesis, Macquarie University Department of Coptic Studies. Degree conferred April 2008.

Siuda, Tamara L. (contributor) (2006) Illuminations: Expressions of the Personal Spiritual Experience. edited by Mark L. Tompkins and Jennifer McMahon. (Celestial Arts/Ten Speed Press, Berkeley, CA) Order from: Official Website Amazon

Siuda, Tamara L. (2005) The Ancient Egyptian Prayerbook. (Azrael Press, Vancouver BC, Canada).

Siuda, Tamara L. (2005) Nebet-het: Lady of the House. The Gods and Goddesses of Kemet, vol. I. (Imhotep Seminary Press, Joliet IL).

Siuda, Tamara L. (2004) The 42 Purifications: Meditations on a Translation of Chapter 125 of the Pert-em-Heru (Egyptian Book of the Dead). Translations for Kemetic Orthodoxy, vol. I. (Imhotep Seminary Press, Joliet IL).

Sanchez, Gonzalo M., M.D.; and Siuda, Tamara L. (2002) “Ebers Papyrus Case #873: A Probable Case of Neurofibromatosis I.” in South Dakota Journal of Medicine, vol. 55 no. 12, pp. 529-535. Link to article in PubMed

Siuda, Tamara L. (contributor) (2001) From the Ashes: A Spiritual Response to the Attack on America. (Beliefnet/Rodale Press, New York, NY) Order from: Amazon

Siuda, Tamara L. (2000) Shining in Napata: Piye and the Temple of Amun at Gebel Barkal. Unpublished MA thesis, University of Chicago Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. Degree conferred August 2000.

Siuda, Tamara L. (1999) “Repeating Births: Knowing the Names of Ancient Egyptian Religion.” in Obsidian issue 4, pp. 14-19.

Siuda, Tamara L. (1999) Review of Michael Hayes: The Egyptians. in Scientific American Discovering Archaeology (November/December 1999), pp. 90-91.

Siuda, Tamara L. (1997) “Nephthys” article at Encyclopedia Mythica. Direct link to Pantheon.org article.

Siuda-Legan, Tamara L. (1994) The Neteru of Kemet: An Introduction. (Eschaton Publications, Chicago IL).

Siuda-Legan, Tamara L. (1994) “Living in the Twin Lands.” in Mezlim (Feb. 1994), pp. 22-23.

TELEVISION

Siuda, Tamara. (talking head/Egyptologist) (2006) The Egyptian Book of the Dead. First showing, summer 2006 on The History Channel. Morningstar Entertainment production in association with The History Channel. Morningstar official website IMDB entry YouTube clips courtesy Past Preservers

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