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Scholars Involved in Arabic Papyrology

  • Abdel-Latif, Mohamed Ahmed. Vice Dean of the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Mansoura University, Egypt. Assistant Professor of the Islamic and Coptic Antiquities. Address: 18 Elzzaiton station Street, apartment No. 11, Hadaek Elzzaiton, Cairo, Egypt. maqrizy at hotmail.com. PhD on minarets of the Ottoman era in Cairo: an archaeological and architectural study, University of Helwan.
  • Abdel-Rahman, Mohammed. Ain Shams University, Faculty of Arts, History Department, El Khalifa El Maamon street, ET-Abbassia, Cairo,Egypt, mohamed_rahman2007 at hotmail.com. Islamic history.
  • Abu Safieh, Jaser Khalil. Arabic Department, Faculty of Arts, HKJ-University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan. jaser_safieh at yahoo.com.
  • Afandy, Abdel. Lecturer, researcher and scientific supervisor, Cairo University, Faculty of Archaeology, Conservation Department, effendi_eg2002 at yahoo.com. Restoration and conversation of papyri.
  • Agius, Dionisius A. AHRB-RQAD Project, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds, Michael Sadler Buidling LG01, UK-Leeds LS2 9JT, United Kingdom. rqad at leeds.ac.uk. Director AHRB-RQAD Project. Textual Linguistics; ethno-linguistics; Islamic material culture; Muslim medieval travel literature; seafaring in the Mediterranean and Indian Ocean. Arabic documents found at Quseir al-Qadîm on the Egyptian Red Sea coast (13th to 15th c.). Please view our web site www.rqad.leeds.ac.uk.
  • Ahmed, Asad. Department of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University, 110 Jones Hall, USA-Princeton, NJ 08544, aahmed at princeton.edu. Early Islamic History, Arabic Philosophy, Arabic Literature. Currently working on a Ph.D. thesis at Princeton University.
  • Alcock, Anthony. University of Kassel. Zobelmühlenweg 28, D-34123 Kassel, Germany, anthony.alcock at arcor.de. Coptic Egypt in the Early Islamic period.
  • Ali, Hazem Hussein Abbas. Assistant Professor of Archives and Documents. Beni-Suef University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Archives, Salah Salim Street, ET-Suef 62111, Egypt. hazem.ali at art.bsu.edu.eg. Ph.D. on “Electronic Diplomatic Documents: Documentation and Authenticity”. Cairo University, January 2010. MA in Archive on "Arabic Papyri", Cairo University 2002.
  • Andorlini, Isabella. Institute of Advanced Study, Einstein Drive, USA-Princeton, NJ 08540; Instituto, Papirologico Vitelli, Borgo Albizi 12, I-50126 Firenze, Italy, andorlin at ias.edu, andorlini.ric at istitutovitelli.it. Greek Papyrology, Greek Medical Papyri.
  • Arn, David. Institut für den Nahen und Mittleren Osten, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Veterinärstr. 1, D-80539 München, Germany, david.arn at lmu.de. Islamic Studies, Arabic Papyrology School, Arabic Papyrology Database.
  • Asmahan Elsayed Ahmed Badawy Abu Alasaad. University of Mansoura, Classics Department, Salah al-Din St., Belqas, ET-Mansoura, Egypt, asmafarok at yahoo.com, asmafarok2 at hotmail.com. Rome and grain taxes from Egypt 30 BCE-284 CE; Graeco- Roman history and papyri.
  • Bacharach, Jere L. History - 353560, University of Washington, USA-Seattle, Washington. jere at u.washington.edu. Early Islamic history, Islamic art, archaeology and numismatics.
  • Bagnall, Roger. New York University, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University. 1130 560 Riverside Drive, Apt. 18J, USA-New York, NY 10027. roger.bagnall at nyu.edu. Greek and Coptic papyrology, social and economic history of late antique Egypt. Currently directing the excavation of a late antique site in the Dakhleh Oasis and editing the texts from that excavation, as well as an archive of the funeral workers of Kysis (Kharga Oasis).
  • Banaji, Jairus. IAS, Princeton, Historical Studies, jairus_b at rediffmail.com. Late Antiquity, late Sasanian history.
  • Barakat, Heba Nayel. Centre for the Documentation of Cultral and Natural Heritage, 148 Tahrir St., ET-Dokki, Cairo, Egypt.,hbbarakat at yahoo.com Grohmann’s published work.
  • Bates, Michael. Curator Emeritus of Islamic Coins, The American Numismatic Society.
  • Bauden, Frederic. Universite de Liege, Langues et litteratures orientales, Service de langue arabe et etudes islamiques, Place du 20 Aout, 7 Bat. A 1, B-4000 Liège, Belgium. F.Bauden at ulg.ac.be. Medieval historiography, history of Mecca between the 12th and the 19th c., Mamluk documents. Currently working on the edition of al-Maqrizi's notebook and the reconstruction of Mamluk chancery documents used as scrap paper.
  • Bedwani, Heidi. 86 Lavison Street, Bulkeley, ET-Alexandria, Egypt. heidi.bedwani at gmail.com. Coptic archaeology, arts, and papyrology.
  • Bellamy, James A. University of Michigan, Near Eastern Studies, 2068 Frieze Building, USA-Ann Arbor, MI 48109.
  • Benabbes, Mohamed. 11 Rue Vanquelin, F-75005 Paris, France, benabbes at free.fr. Toponymes of North-Africa, transition from Byzantine to Islamic Africa (7th century).
  • Berkes, Lajos. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Theologische Fakultät, Seminar: Neues Testament, Burgstrasse 26, D-10099 Berlin, Germany, berkesla at hu-berlin.de. Byzantine studies, Greek papyri from Byzantine and early Arabic Egypt.
  • Bernhardt, Theodore Jr. palaeography at yahoo.com. General interest in papyrology and the history of books and writing; The Papyri Pages.
  • Bohak, Gideon. Tel Aviv University, Department of Jewish Culture, IL-69978, Israel, gbohak at post.tau.ac.il. Currently working on the magical, astrological, divinatory and alchemical fragments from the Cairo Genizah, in Hebrew, Aramaic, Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic.
  • Bouaziz, Farouk. Tunis University. Farouk.bouaziz at yahoo.fr. Arabic papyri.
  • Boud’hours, Anne. IRHT (CNRS) Section Grecque, 52 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, F-75005, Paris, France, boudhors at irht.cnrs.fr. Coptic papyrology.
  • Bruning, Jelle. School for Middle Eastern Studies, Leiden Institute for Area Studies, Leiden University, Matthias de Vrieshof 4, NL-2311 BZ Leiden, The Netherlands. j.bruning at hum.leidenuniv.nl. Early Islamic history of Egypt. Currently working on a PhD dissertation: "The Rise of a Capital: Studies into the Relationships Between al-Fustat and its Hinterland".
  • Burke, Katherine Strange. University of Chicago. 2901 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Apt. 316, USA-Los Angeles, CA 90064, ksburke at ucla.edu. Archaeology, Ayyubid and Mamluk era documents and history.
  • Bsees, Ursula. University of Vienna. ursula.bsees at univie.ac.at. Arabic Papyrology Database.
  • Calament, Florence. Museé du Louvre, Département des Antiquités égyptiennes, F-75058, Paris, Cedly, France, florence.calament at louvre.fr. Coptic papyri.
  • Chiarelli, Leonard C. A.S. Atiya Middle East Library, Marriott Library, University of Utah 295 So 1500 East, USA-Salt Lake City, Utah 84112. lchiarel at library.utah.edu. Middle East Librarian overseeing the rare book collection and the Arabic Papyri and mansucript collection of the Library.
  • Choat, Malcolm. Macquarie University, AUS-Sydney, NSW 2109, Australia, mchoat at hmn.mq.edu.au. Coptic studies.
  • Delattre, Alain. Leiden University. alain.delattre at ulb.ac.be. Greek and Coptic papyri.
  • Denoix, Sylvie. Director of Research, French Institute of Archaeology in Cairo (Institut français d'archéologie orientale - IFAO). sdenoix at ifao.egnet.net. Urban history of the Medieval Arab World, especially medieval Cairo (Fustât and al-Qâhira). Awqaf (pious endowments) as documents for the social history of Medieval Egypt. Fustât during the Conquest and the first settlement (7th c.).
  • den Heijer, Johannes. Associate professor, Leiden University. P.O.Box 9515, NL-2300 RA Leiden, Netherlands, j.den.heijer at let.leidenuniv.nl. History of the Middle East, particularly Egypt in the Fatimid period; Coptic history; Arabic philology.
  • Diem, Werner. Universität zu Köln, Orientalisches Seminar, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, D-50923 Köln, Germany. werner.diem at uni-koeln.de, www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/orient/htm/staff/personal.htm. History of Arabic, Arabic syntax and lexicography (especially medieval post-Classical Arabic), Arabic stylistics (especially insha’), papyrology, epigraphy, Comparative Semitics.
  • Donner, Fred. The Oriental Institute, The University of Chicago. f-donner at uchicago.edu. Islamic origins; Early Islamic history, Islamic histoiography; Islamic law.
  • D'Ottone, Arianna. Arabic Language and Literature, Istituto Italiano di Studi Orientali, La Sapienza University of Rome, Via Principe Amedeo 182/b, I-00185 Roma, Italy. arianna.dottone at uniroma1.it. Arabic palaeography and codicology, Islamic numismatics, papyrology.
  • Eissa, Maher Ahmed. Fayoum University, Faculty of Archaeology, Egyptology, Department, Fayoum, Egypt. 15 A Mohamed al-Mahdy St., Flat 18, Tawabiq, Faysal, ET-Giza. mae01 at fayoum.edu.eg.
  • Eleasely, Abdel-Salam. Assistant professor (conservation scientist), Sohag University, Faculty of Arts, Conservation Department. P.O. Box 7, ET-Elmahalla Alkubra City (Gharbia Gov.), Egypt, eleasely at msn.com. Physical properties of papyri as compared to paper manuscripts.
  • Elmaghrabi, Mohamed Gaber. Graeco-Roman History and Civilization, Alexandria University, Faculty of Education, Social Sciences Dept, mgelmaghrabi at hotmail.com.
  • Emmel, Stephen. Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Institut für Ägyptologie und Koptologie, Schlaunstrasse 2, D-48143 Münster, Germany, stephen.emmel at t-online.de. Coptic studies, papyrology, late Antiquity and early Middle Ages, religious studies.
  • Farooq, Waseem. 82 Glenforth Street, UK-Greenwich, London SE10 0JQ, United Kingdom, waseem.farooq at bl.uk. wfarooq at yahoo.com. Islamic Law (fiqh), Muslim female scholars (pre-1900). Translated Kafiya (fi al-Nahw) and 'Ayn al-Isabah of al-Suyuti.
  • Foote, Rebecca. Aga Khan Program, Harvard University, Sackler Museum, 485 Broadway, USA-Cambridge, MA 02138, rmfoote at mac.com. Archaeology; agricultural development in the early Islamic period.
  • Frantz-Murphy, Gladys. History Department, Regis University, 3333 Regis Blvd., USA-Denver, CO 80221. gfrantzm at regis.edu. Agrarian administration and land tenure in early Islamic Egypt, Arabization, conversion, state formation, and sectarianism in Egypt Current projects: edition of estate records.
  • Gad, Suzette Acham. suzette_gad at yahoo.com. Coptic papyrology.
  • Gad, Usama A. Ain Shams University, Department of Ancient European Civilization, Abbasia, ET-Cairo, Egypt, usamaligad at gmail.com. Dionysias Village in Fayyum from the 1st to the 4th century A.D. in the light of Greek papyri.
  • Gaubert, Christian. Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale (IFAO), 37 Al-Cheikh Aly Youssef; PO Box Qasr al-Aini 11562, ET-Cairo. cgaubert at ifao.egnet.net. Naqlun Monastery Arabic papyri; computational linguistics applied to Arabic papyrology.
  • Gerhardt, Marius. Egyptian Museum, Berlin. marius.gerhardt at googlemail.com. History and culture of Byzantine and Arabic Egypt and Greek papyri of these periods.
  • al-Ghul, Omar. Department of Epigraphy, Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology Yarmouk University, HKJ-211-63 Irbid, Jordan. ghul at yu.edu.jo.
  • Gordon, Matthew. Department of History, Miami University, USA-Oxford, OH 45056. gordonms at muohio.edu. Abbasid history, the Tulunid dynasty, gender and slavery in the early Islamic period.
  • Grossman, Eitan. Department of Linguistics, Hebrew University, IL-91905 Jerusalem, Israel. eitan.eg at gmail.com. Coptic studies, especially post-conquest.
  • Guardi, Jolanda. Dipartimento di Lingue et Culture Contemporanee, Università degli Studi di Milano, P.zza I. Montanelli 1, I-20099 Sesto SG Milano, Italy, prof.jolanda.guardi at gmail.com. Arabic manuscripts from al-Andalus.
  • El-Hamrawi, Mahmoud El-Zerai. Sohag University, 33736 Burg El-Burukkus, ET-Kafr El-Sheikh, Egypt, lhamrawi at hotmail.com. Egyptian and Coptic loanwords in Arabic (colloquial Egyptian and Classical Arabic).
  • Hanafi, Alia. Professor of Papyrology, Department of Ancient European Civilization, ex-Director of Center of Papyrological Studies and Inscriptions, Ain Shams University. 22 Street El-Sheikh Ali Mahmoud, PO Box 11351, ET-Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt. alia_hanafi at hotmail.com, alia.hanafi at gmail.com. Greek and Arabic Papyrology.
  • Hassan, Samayah. Helwan University Egypt, Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, ET-Garden City, Cairo, Egypt. Arabic papyrology.
  • Hawting, Gerald. School of Oriental and African Studies, Unversity of London, Department of History, Thornhaugh Street, Rusell Square, UK-London WC1H 0XG, United Kingdom. gh at soas.ac.uk.
  • Hayes, John L. Department of Near East Studies, University of California, USA-Berkeley CA 94720-1940, jlhayes at uclink.berkeley.edu. History of the Arabic language.
  • Hickey, Todd. The Center for the Tebtunis Papyri, The Bancroft Library, The University of California, USA-Berkeley, CA 94720-6000. thickey at library.berkeley.edu. Greek Papyrology; social and economic history, especially of Egypt, V-VIII c. Tebtunis Papyri. .
  • Hoyland, Robert. Oxford University, Oriental Institute, UK-Oxford OX1 2LE, United Kingdom. robert.hoyland at orinst.ox.ac.uk. Arabic papyri, Early Islamic history and material culture, epigraphy.
  • Humphreys, R.Stephen. Professor of History and King Abdul Aziz Al Saud Professor of Islamic Studies. Department of History, University of California, USA-Santa Barbara, CA, 93106-9410. humphreys at history.ucsb.edu. I work in several fields, but as regards papyri and other documents, I focus on Syria and Palestine between the Arab Conquest and the rise of the Mamluk Sultanate.
  • de Jong, Janneke. Leiden University. j.h.m.de.jong at hum.leidenuniv.nl. Roman Egypt, Greek papyrology, Early Islamic Egypt.
  • Johns, Jeremy. Director, Khalili Research Centre for the Art and Material Culture of the Middle East, University of Oxford, 3 St John Street, UK-Oxford OX1 2LG, United Kingdom. jeremy.johns at orinst.ox.ac.uk. Archaeology and history of material culture in the Islamic Mediterranean, with special interest in Sicily and Jordan. Currently working on: The Monreale Survey (Sicily); The Faris Project (Jordan); The Arabic documents of Norman Sicily, a new critical edition; The Kitab Ta'rikh Jazirat Siqilliya, a new critical edition of a Greek-Arabic chronicle of the Arab invasion and conquest of Sicily (10th-11th century).
  • Kabbani, Mohamed Bassam, Gemeindeaugasse 25/1/34, A-1220 Vienna, Austria, mohamed-bassam.kabbani at gmx.net.
  • Kameya, Manabu. Toyo Bunko, Japan, kameya at santairiku.org. Studies on Umayyad authority based on documentary sources, especially coins. Arabic Papyri.
  • Kamoliddin, Shamsiddin. Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies, shamskamol at gmail.com.
  • Kandel, Samer. Demonstrator, Ain Shams University, Faculty of Arts, History Department, El Khalifa El Maamon street, ET-Abbassia, Cairo,Egypt, samersk78 at yahoo.com.
  • Kaplony, Andreas. Institut für den Nahen und Mittleren Osten, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Veterinärstr. 1, D-80539 München, Germany. andreas.kaplony at lmu.de. Past and present of the Islamic World, especially Arabic papyrology, Arabic and Persian geography and cartography, Arabic mass media. The Arabic Papyrology Database (http://www.aoi.uzh.ch/islamwissenschaft/apd).
  • Keenan, James G. Department of Classical Studies, Loyola University, 6525 North Sheridan Road, USA-Chicago, IL 60621, jkeenan at orion.it.luc.edu. Currently working on an translation and commentary on al-Nabulsi's "Tarikh al-Fayyum".
  • Kennedy, Hugh. University of St Andrews, UK-Fife KY16 9AL, United Kingdom. hnk at st-andrews.ac.uk. The History of the Islamic Middle East, Islamic Archaeology, Muslim Spain.
  • Khalafallah, Haifaa G.S.. Centre for Islamic Mediterranean Studies, 25 A Finchley Rd, UK-Westcliff, Essex SSO 8AD, haifaa_k at yahoo.com. Islamic legal and cultural history.
  • Khan, Geoffrey. Cambridge University, Faculty of Oriental Studies, Sidgwick Avenue, UK-Cambridge, CB3 9DA, United Kingdom, gk101 at hermes.cam.ac.uk. Arabic Papyrology. Completed a catalogue of the Michaelides Arabic papyri Cambridge University Library; Currently preparing an edition of Arabic documents from Khurasan (2nd A.H./A.D. 8th century).
  • Kotisfou, Chrysi. The American University, Peleos, H-71304 Heraklion, Crete, Greece, kotsifou at aucegypt.edu. Documentary material related to Egyptian monasticism of the late Antique and early Arabic eras.
  • Landau-Tasseron, Ella. Institute of Asian and African Studies, Faculty of Humanities, room 6419, Faculty of Humanities Building, Hebrew University, Mt. Scopus, IL-Jerusalem 91905, Israel. msetass at mscc.huji.ac.il. Early Islamic historiography; Islamic religion and tradition.
  • el-Leithy, Tamer. Assistant professor. Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Department, New York University. tamer.elleithy at nyu.edu.
  • Loiseau, Julien. Montpellier University, jbcloiseau at gmail.com. Waqf studies.
  • Macdonald, Michael C.A. Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford. Oriental Institute, Pusey Lane, UK-Oxford, OX1 2LE, United Kingdom, michael.macdonald at orinst.ox.ac.uk. Nabataean and Ancient North Arabian Epigraphy, Old Arabic, the early history of the Arabs.
  • Maghawry, Said. Minufiah University, 280 Terat el gabal, no. 11321, ET-Cairo, Egypt.
  • Malczycki, W. Matt. Auburn University, Department of History, 310 Thach Hall, USA-Auburn, AL 36849. wmm0002 at auburn.edu. Arabic religious papyri.
  • Mavroudi, Maria. 2726 Belrose Avenue, USA-Berkeley, CA 94705. mavroudi at berkeley.edu. Greek-Arabic manuscripts.
  • Metcalfe, Alex. Department of History, Lancaster University, UK-Lancaster LA1 4YG, United Kingdom. A.J.Metcalfe at lancaster.ac.uk. Islamic and Norman Sicily. "The Mystery at Churcuro: Conspiracy or Incompetence in 12th Century Sicily?" BSOAS 62 (19991) (With Jeremy Johns).
  • MacCoull, Leslie S.B. Society for Coptic Archaeology (North America), 914 East Lemon St. (#108), USA-Tempe, Arizona 85281. haflele at asu.edu.
  • Mikhail, Maged, S. A. University of California, 1744 Oakridge Cv, W. Covina, USA-Los Angeles, CA 91792, msmikhail at juno.com.
  • al-Mudarris, Abdulbary. Beethovenstrasse 27; 76669 Mingolsheim, Germany, almudarris at yahoo.de.
  • Muhammad, Tarek M. Department of History, Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams University, ET-11566 Cairo, Egypt. tarekmansoureg at yahoo.com, ntaseg at hotmail.com. Egypt of 6th-8th centuries and Byzantine history.
  • Nabil, Ahmed. Teaching assistant, Menoufiya University, Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Tourist Guidance Department. Osman Kasem building, 3rd floor, 'Aida Square Street, Meet Khakan, Shebin El-Kom, ET-Menofiya, Egypt, ahmednabil_id at yahoo.com. Ahl al-dhimma through Arabic papyrus documents in the 1st to 4 centuries H.
  • Nasr, Mohammad. Ain Shams University, Faculty of Arts, Department of History, Elabbasia, ET-Cairo, Egypt, mohamed_rahman2007 at hotmail.com.
  • Nawas, John. Arabistiek en Islamkunde, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Blijde-Inkomstraat 21, B-3000 Leuven, Belgium. John.Nawas at arts.kuleuven.ac.be.
  • O’Connell, Elisabeth R. Graduate Group in Ancient History and Mediterranean Archaeology, 7233 Dwinelle Hall, University of California, USA-Berkeley, Ca. 94720, elis at berkeley.edu. Social history and material culture of late antique Egypt; papyrology (Greek and Coptic).
  • Ohrnberg, Kaj. University of Helsinki, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Unioninkatu 38 B, SF-00014 Helsinki, Finland, kaj.ohrnberg at helsinki.fi. Arab conquest of Egypt, exploration of the Arabian peninsula, cookery books of the 'Abbasid period.
  • O’Sullivan, Shaun. University of Balamand, Koura, Lebanon, sosullivan at balamand.edu.lb. Early Umayyad Syria; articles published in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Mamluk Studies Review, thesis due for publication in HCMR Series.
  • Osti, Letizia, Petersgasse 20, CH-4051 Basel, Switzerland. letizia.osti at bleuwin.ch. High caliphate; literature and historiography of Iraq; biographies. Currently working on a book on Abu Bar al-Suli as an historian and the Baghdad Map Collective.
  • Papaconstantinou, Arietta. Department of Classics, University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 218, GB-Reading RG6 6AA, United Kingdom. Or: Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, Pusey Lane, GB-Oxford OX1 2LE, United Kingdom. a.s.papaconstantinou at reading.ac.uk.
  • Porter, Venetia. British Museum, Department of the Middle East, Curator Islamic collections, UK-London WC1B 3DG, United Kingdom. VPORTER at thebritishmuseum.ac.uk. Islamic art, Arabic inscriptions, seals and amulets .
  • Procházka, Stephan. Institut für Orientalistik, Universität Wien, Spitalgasse 2/4, A-1090 Wien, Austria, Stephan.prochazka at univie.ac.at. Early stages of the Arabic language; Project: Official Epistolography in Early Islamic Egypt
  • Potthast, Daniel. Ludwigs-Maximilians Universität München, daniel.potthast at lmu.de. Arabic_Romance/Spanish documents of al-Andalus.
  • al-Qadi, Wadad. Oriental Institute, University of Chicago. 5100 France Avenue South, Apt. 305, Edina, MN 55410, USA, wak6 at uchicago.edu. Umayyad administrative history; early Arabic prose, especially the use of the Qur'an therein and the nature and structure of classical Arabic historical sources.
  • Regourd, Anne. Institute for Social-Anthropology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Apostelgasse 23, A-1030 Wien, Austria. anne.regourd at oeaw.ac.at, anne.regourd at icsrim.org.uk, anner at comp.leeds.ac.uk, anne.regourd at gmail.com. www.anne.regourd.org. Textual Studies; codicology; epigraphy. Arabic documents found at Edfou (Egypt), early Islam. 2003-2005 (Max van Berchem Foundation); Arabic documents and inscribed cloths found at Quseir al-Qadim on the Egyptian Red Sea coast (13th to 15th c.) (AHRB-RQAD Project, Department of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds); Geniza Documents in Arabic conserved in Budapest (Hungarian Academy of Sciences).
  • Reinfandt, Lucian. Institut für Orientalistik, Universität Wien, Spitalgasse 2/4, A-1090 Wien, Austria, lucian.reinfandt at univie.ac.at. Early Islamic administrative history, official epistolography in Early Islamic Egypt, Arabic papyrology.
  • Richter, Tonio Sebastian. Universität Leipzig, Ägyptologisches Institut, Burgstr. 21, D-04109 Leipzig, Germany. sebricht at rz.uni-leipzig.de. Coptic papyrology, Coptic epigraphy, social and economic history of late antique and early Islamic Egypt, bilingualism in late antique and early Islamic Egypt, language change and language obsolescence of Coptic, Arabic loan-words in Coptic texts.
  • Roberts, Alexandre M. PhD student. Department of History, University of California, Berkeley. alexandre.roberts at berkeley.edu.

  • Römer, Cornelia. Austrian National Library, 1015 Josefsplatz, A-1015 Vienna, Austria. cornelia.roemer at onb.ac.at. Providing access to the Arabic papyri and paper in the Vienna collection.
  • Rowson, Everett K., Department of Middle Eastern Studies, New York University, 50 Washington Square South, USA-New York, NY 10012, ekrowson at ix.netcom.com.
  • Rustow, Marina. Charlotte Bloomberg Associate Professor in the Humanities, Department of History, Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles Street, USA-Baltimore, MD 21218, mrustow at jhu.edu. Letters and legal and administrative documents from the Cairo Geniza (Judaeo-Arabic, Arabic, Hebrew and Aramaic); political culture among the Jewish communities of Egypt, Syria, and Iraq in the 4th-6th/10th-12th centuries; Fatimid administration; Judaeo-Arabic in Sicily.
  • Sabra, Adam. Western Michigan University, adam.sabra at wmich.edu. Poverty and charity in the medieval Middle East, Egyptian rural history.
  • Sänger, Patrick, Universität Wien, patrick.saenger at univie.ac.at. Egypt under Sasanian rule.
  • Salem, Noha A. Department of Ancient European Civilizations, Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams University, ET-11566 Cairo, Egypt. noasalem at yahoo.com. Greek papyrology and Graeco-Roman Egypt.
  • Salaymeh, Lena. lenas at berkeley.edu.
  • Sanders, Paula. Rice University, Office of Graduate Studies, MS13, P.O. Box 1892, Houston, USA-TX 77251-1892. sanders at rice.edu.
  • Schaefer, Karl R. Drake University, 1056 36th Street, USA-Des Moines, IA 50311. karl.schaefer at drake.edu. Arabic blockprints, magical texts, amulets.
  • Schaten, Sofia. Up'n Hoff 2, D-48619 Heek, Germany. sofia.schaten at t-online.de. Late antique/early islamic period in Egypt: specially the administration etc. Currently working on PhD dissertation: "Datierung und Lokalisierung der christlichen Grabsteine in Aegypten und Nubien".
  • Schmelz, Georg. B 5,8, D-68159 Mannheim, Germany, georg.schmelz at gmx.de, Greek and Coptic papyrology, history of Late Antique Egypt, history of Christianity in Egypt.
  • Schwarb, Gregor. Senior Research Associate, The European Research Council’s FP 7 Project “Rediscovering Theological Rationalism in the Medieval World of Islam”, Research Unit Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, Institute of Islamic Studies, Freie Universität Berlin, Altensteinstr. 40, D-14195 Berlin, Germany. http://tiny.cc/RUIHIW; http://fu-berlin.academia.edu/GregorSchwarb; gms42 at cam.ac.uk.
  • Sedky-Goode, Mona. 3836 Pitcombe Place, CAN-Victoria, BC V8N4B9, Canada. Clearihuegoddems at uvic.ca. PhD Student (University of Victoria, History Department). Interest: Weights and measures in early Islamic papyri; early economic history.
  • Selander, Anna. Austrian National Library; Institute for Egyptology, University of Vienna. Sonnleithnergasse 57/13, A-1100 Wien, Austria, anna.selander at onb.ac.at. Exchange of coptic and arabic loanwords and administration of Egypt up to 1000 AD.
  • Shahin, Ayman. Asien-Orient Institut, Universität Zürich, Wiesenstrasse 9, CH-8008 Zürich, Switzerland, +41 44 63 40724, aymanshahin at access.uzh.ch or ayman.shahin at gmx.de. Paleography and orthography of the Arab official letters in the two oldest corpora from Egypt and Afghanistan 7th–8th c and other official letters from Egypt 7th–9th c.
  • Shenoda, Maryann M. Harvard University, Department of History, Robinson Hall, 35 Quincy Street, USA-Cambridge, MA 02138. mshenoda at fas.harvard.edu. Islamization and arabization of Medieval Egypt with particular interest to the positionality of Coptic Christians in a transitioning society, Coptic representations of Islamic governance and the role of Coptic women in the Coptic church and Medieval Egyptian culture.
  • Sijpesteijn, Petra M. Leiden Institute for Area Studies, School for Middle Eastern Studies – Section Arabic, Matthias de Vrieshof 4, NL-2311 BZ Leiden, The Netherlands. p.m.sijpesteijn at hum.leidenuniv.nl. Early Islamic History; Arabic Papyrology. Currently working on a rural history of Egypt under the first hundred years of Muslim rule.
  • Silverstein, Adam. Cambridge University, Faculty of Oriental Studies, Sidgwick Avenue, UK-Cambridge, CB3 9DA, United Kingdom, as252 at hermes.cam.ac.uk. Currently working on a study of the Islamic postal system (barid) from the early Islamic to the Ottoman period.
  • Six, Veronika. Katalogisierung der Orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland (KOHD), Papenhuderstrasse 8, D-22087 Hamburg, Germany, six at sub.uni-hamburg.de; vsix at uni-hamburg.de. Cataloging for KOHD: Ethiopic mss., Coptic-Arabic mss. of the Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg.
  • Sonego, Leonora. Ludwigs-Maximilians Universität München, e.sonego at lmu.de. Arabic Papyrology Database.
  • Sundelin, Lennart. Department of Arabic and Islamic Civilizations, American University in Cairo, AUC Avenue, P.O. Box 74, New Cairo 11835, Egypt. lennart.sundelin at gmail.com. Early Islamic History; arabization of Egypt; conversion. Currently working on PhD dissertation: 'Arabization and Islamization in the Countryside of Early Medieval Egypt (1st-7th/7th-13th cent.): The Case of the Fayyum'.
  • Thiessen, Wes. University of Victoria, wat at uvic.ca. History of the Middle East/North Africa; Formative Period of Islam.
  • Thomann, Johannes. Asien-Orient Institut, Abteilung Islamwissenschaft, Universität Zürich, Wiesenstrasse 9, CH-8008 Zürich, Switzerland. Johannes.thomann at access.uzh.ch. History of Science.
  • Torallas Tovar, Sofia. Instituto de Filología, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Duque de Medinaceli 6, E-28014 Madrid, Spain, storallas at filol.csic.es. Greek and Coptic Papyrology, Language contact in Egypt.
  • Traboulsi, Samer. Department of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University, 110 Jones Hall, USA-Princeton, NJ 08544, straboul at princeton.edu.
  • Trombley, Frank. Religious and Theological Studies, Cardiff University, Humanities Building, Colum Drive, UK-Cardiff CF10 3EU, Wales United Kingdom, Trombley at Cardiff.ac.uk. Hiistorian at present working on problems of war and society in the early medieval Mediterranean, with a particular interest in epigraphic, archaeological and papyrological materials.
  • Udovitch, Abraham L. Department of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University, 110 Jones Hall, USA-Princeton, NJ 08544, alud at princeton.edu. Intercommunal relations in the medieval Near East, and in the field of Islamic law. Current research: social and economic life of the 11th century Mediterranean world based on a collection of about 500 Geniza documents relating to the career of a merchant by the name of Nahray ben Nissim; monograph on rural society in 11th century Egypt as reflected in the Geniza documents.
  • van Berkel, Maaike. History Department, University of Amsterdam, Joan Melchior Kemperstraat 110-C, NL-1051 TW Amsterdam, The Netherlands. m.l.m.vanberkel at uva.nl. Abbasid bureaucracy; development of literacy; political communication; the settlement of disputes.
  • van Bladel, Kevin T. Greek-Syriac-Middle Persian-Arabic Translations. Roman, Sasanian, Umayyad and Abbasid Empires. Arabic scientific literature. Currently working on a PhD dissertation entitled: Hermes Arabicus.
  • van der Vliet, Jacques. Department of Near Eastern Studies (TCNO), PO Box 9515, NL-2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands, j.van.der.vliet at let.leidenuniv.nl.
  • van Vliet-Leigh, Kathy. Editor Middle East, Islamic and African Studies, Brill, P.O. Box 9000, NL-2300 PA Leiden, The Netherlands, iet at brill.nl
  • van Steenbergen, Jo. Ghent University, jo.vansteenbergen at ugent.be.
  • van Thieghem, Na?m. Université libre de Bruxelles, nvthiegh at ulb.ac.be. History of Egypt through Greek, Coptic and Arabic Documents.
  • Vorderstrasse, Tasha. Hogewoerd 102-A, NL-2311 HT Leiden, The Netherlands, tashakv at yahoo.com. Projects and publications related to Arabic papyrology; interaction between archaeology and texts, Arabic ostraca.
  • Walter, Vincent. Universität Leipzig, vincent.walter at web.de.
  • Waked, Mohamed. The American University in Cairo, 88, Misr Helman Street, ET-Maadi - Cairo Egypt, mohwaked at hotmail.com, mohwaked at arabia.com.
  • Wasserstein, David J. Department of History, Vanderbilt University, PMB 351802, 2301 Vanderbilt Place, USA-Nashville TN 37235-1802. david.wasserstein at vanderbilt.edu
  • Weber, Dieter. Iranistisches Institut, Freie Universität Berlin. Weperstrasse 17, D-37186 Moringen, Germany, dwmoringen at aol.com. Monograph on Pahlavi script, Edition of letters from the Early Islamic so-called Pahlavi Archive (Bancroft Library, Berkeley).
  • Wissa, Myriam. myriamwissa at yahoo.fr.
  • Worp, Klaas A. Leids Papyrologisch Instituut, Witte Singel 27, NL-2311BG Leiden, The Netherlands, k.a.worp at umail.leidenuniv.nl. Greek Papyrology.
  • Younes, Khaled. School of Middle Eastern Studies, Leiden University, P.O. Box 9515, NL-2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands, k.younes at hum.leidenuniv.nl.
  • Youssef-Grob, Eva Mira. Asien-Orient Instiut, Abteilung Islamwissenschaft, Universität Zürich, Wiesenstrasse 9, CH-8008 Zurich, Switzerland, evamira.youssef at sprachen.uzh.ch. Arabic Papyrology Database.
  • Yosra, Ahmed Awad Ahmed Mosleh. 11 Ahmed Kamal, Misr el Gedida, ET-Cairo, Egypt. sasa1978 at hotmail.com. Currently working on a PhD dissertation: "An Edition of Some Unpublished Greek Papyri and Ostraca from the Egyptian Museum".
  • Zomeño Rodríguez, Amalia. Escuela de Estudios Árabes (CSIC), Cuesta del Chapiz, 22, E-18010 Granada, Spain, zomeno at eea.csic.es. Islamic Law, Andalusian Notarial Documents, Watha'iq works.

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