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Book chapterPrice, Megan (2005)
Three Travellers in Nineteenth Century Egypt: Sarah Belzoni, Amelia Edwards and Margaret Benson
In: Searight, Sarah (ed.), Women Travellers in the Near East. Oxford: Oxbow. p. 40-51.

BookFraney, Laura E. (2003)
Victorian Travel Writing and Imperial Violence: British Writing on Africa, 1855-1902
Basingstoke, Great Britain; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 220p.

Dissertation / thesisMiller, Sandra D. (2002)
The Queen of Egyptology: Amelia R. Edwards, British Egyptology and Egyptian Archaeology, 1873-1892
M.A. Thesis: Stanford University, Stanford, California. 148p.

Book chapterMoon, Brenda E. (2001)
Amelia Edwards, Jennie Lane and Egypt
In: Starkey, Paul and Starkey, Janet (eds.). Interpreting the Orient: Travellers in Egypt and the Near East. Reading, Great Britain: Ithaca Press. p. 175-184.

Book chapterO'Neill, Patricia (2001)
Amelia Edwards: From Novelist to Egyptologist
In: Starkey, Paul and Starkey, Janet (eds.). Interpreting the Orient: Travellers in Egypt and the Near East. Reading, Great Britain: Ithaca Press. p. 165-173.

Dissertation / thesisMiller, Melissa L. (2000)
The Imperial Feminine: Victorian Women Travelers in the Late Nineteenth-Century Egypt
Ph.D. dissertation: Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. 191p.

Dissertation / thesisFraney, Laura E. (1999)
'The Devil's Own Tatoo': Violence, Sovereignty and Gender in Victorian Travel Narratives about Africa
Ph.D. dissertation: University of California, Los Angeles, California. 230p.

BookRees, Joan (1998)
Amelia Edwards: Traveller, Novelist, Egyptologist
London: Rubicon Press. 112p.

Book chapterRees, Joan (1995)
Amelia Edwards: 'Four Persons Might Sit in it...and Play a Rubber Comfortably'
In: Rees, Joan. Writings on the Nile: Harriet Martineau, Florence Nightingale, Amelia Edwards. London: Rubicon. p. 69-94.

BookRees, Joan (1995)
Writings on the Nile: Harriet Martineau, Florence Nightingale, Amelia Edwards
London: Rubicon. 116p.

Periodical articlePye, J.W. (1994-1995)
Painful Last Days of 'The Queen of Egyptology'
KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt. Volume 5 #4. Winter. p. 77-81.

BookFrawley, Maria H. (1994)
A Wider Range: Travel Writing by Women in Victorian England
Rutherford, New Jersey; London: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; Associated University Presses. 237p.

BookRees, Joan (1992)
Writing on the Nile: Harriet Martineau, Florence Nightingale and Amelia Edwards
Occasional Paper #4. Birmingham, Great Britain: University of Birmingham, Institute for Advanced Research in the Humanities. 21p.

Book chapterKeay, Julia (1989)
'Mere Mortals and Englishwomen': Amelia Edwards
In: Keay, Julia. With Passport and Parasol: The Adventures of Seven Victorian Ladies. London: BBC Books. p. 57-78.

Periodical articleCrownover, D. (1962)
Amelia Edwards and the New Aswan Dam
Expedition. Volume 4 #2. Spring. p. 24-27.

Periodical articleWinslow, William C. (1892)
The Queen of Egyptology
American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal. Volume 14. November. p. 305-315.

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