Daughters of Isis: Women’s Roles in Modern and Ancient Egypt versus Western Societal Views is the product of joining a project for a publication design class with a thesis paper from a Champlain College Professional Writing student, Tara Campbell. The book explores Cleopatra and the growth of women’s role in Egypt and how these social cues compare to the Western world.
Photography is not my own. All images are borrowed from Google Images for the purposes of placeholder concepts for interior design layouts. The focus of this project is typesetting and layout of text with images.
Read the book online by following the link above.