Cultural Memoralist, Self-taught Historian, Expert Egyptologist
Anthony T. Browder “Tony” describes himself as a chronicler of facts and information relative to the positive portrayal of the worldwide African experience.
A cultural memoralist, self-taught historian, and expert Egyptologist, he founded and serves as the Director of the IKG Cultural Resource Center in Washington, DC. An avid history buff passionate to right historical mistruths, Browder has lectured extensively on African and African American history throughout the US, Caribbean, Africa, Mexico Japan and Europe. He has conducted study tours in Egypt since 1987, and developed Egypt on the Potomac tours in Washington, DC, which decode the Egyptian architecture, and symbolism in the Nation’s Capital. Browder has authored numerous enriching publications that are used in classrooms around the world. Select books include; “From the Browder Files,” ”Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization,” and “Egypt on the Potomac.”
A 21st Century explorer, Anthony Browder will fire up your imagination and your love of adventure and history. Professor Browder is the first to lead an American-African archaeological expedition to Egypt. He developed the ASA Restoration Project in memory of renowned historian and Psychologist, Asa G. Hillard, III. This groundbreaking project entails the escalation of two tombs in Egypt from the 25th dynasty; the first Egyptian excavation funded and directed by African Americans. An authority on Ancient Egypt, he’s an intrepid investigator and advocate that promote teaching and understanding the true history lost, stolen or betrayed in many scholastic history books. A Howard University Graduate, Browder is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He resides in the Maryland area, and works as a history instructor at the University of Maryland-College Park, among fulfilling his commitment to study tours and his summer archaeological dig in Egypt.
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