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Join Dr. Paul Harrison in Saving Cleopatra’s Needle

Past Preservers Presenter, Dr. Paul Harrison, is part of a new crowd-funding campaign to produce a documentary on saving Cleopatra’s Needle in London, and he needs your help. Eye on the Needle is a documentary featuring ‘Cleopatra’s Needle’, an Ancient Egyptian obelisk situated […]

Masters in Cultural Heritage Management

Past Preservers is proud to be associated with the following program for the 2013-2014 academic year. The Cultural Heritage Management Masters is a one year program in partnership with Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne under the direction of Prof. Fekri Hassan and […]

The Power of the Local Community of Dashur

We recently posted about the looting of the pyramids at Dashur and the local community coming together this past month to campaign against the illegal acts being carried out to their heritage sites (you can view the Guardian’s article here). We […]

Completed Documentaries Needed

Do you own the rights to any compelling long or short form documentaries? We are currently seeking content for a new online marketplace for media producers and international documentary outlets. We are looking for projects of any subject, but of […]

Past Preservers CEO talks about Community and Heritage in Dahshur

CEO and Founder of Past Preservers, Nigel J. Hetherington, is featured in the Guardian Newspaper’s article today on the looting and encouragement of the area around the pyramids of Dahshur. Dahshur is home to some of Egypt’s oldest pyramids, and also to […]

Military Historian and Archaeologist Dr. Mark Schwartz Joins Past Preservers

NYC, London, Cairo – 7th April 2013 – We are proud to announce that Professor of Anthropology, Archaeologist and Military Historian, Dr. Mark Schwartz is the latest signing to Past Preservers People. Currently an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Grand Valley State University, Mark’s […]

Help Save Archaeological Sites and Transform Lives


The People not Stones Project Is it possible to protect archaeological sites and cultural heritage for future generations while enhancing the economic status of the communities in which they are based? A new idea from the folks at the Sustainable […]

A New Addition to Past Preservers People

London & Cairo – 5th March 2013 – Dr. Kenya Davis-Hayes, resident US Historian at California Baptist University, women’s rights advocate, and professor is the newest face of Past Preservers People. Kenya’s strong academic background focuses on many topics, but […]