It has been covered somewhat in BAR. See John J. Bimson and David Livingston, “Redating the Exodus,” BAR 13:05; Bimson, “A Reply to Baruch Halpern’s ‘Radical Exodus Redating Fatally Flawed,’” BAR 14:04; Manfred Bietak, “Contra Bimson, Bietak Says Late Bronze Age Cannot Begin as Late as 1400 B.C.,” BAR 14:04.
The technical evidence may be found in Bietak, “Archaeological Exploration in the Eastern Nile Delta,” Proceedings of the British Academy 45 (1979), pp. 232–238; “Problems of Middle Bronze Age Chronology: New Evidence from Egypt,” American Journal of Archaeology 88 (1984), pp. 471–485; and William G. Dever, “Relations Between Syria-Palestine and Egypt in the ‘Hyksos’ Period,” in Palestine in the Bronze and Iron Ages: Essays in Honor of Olga Tufnell, ed. Jonathan N. Tubb (London: Institute of Archaeology, 1985), p. 70.