The International Society for Arabic Papyrology
Permanent link: http://www.naher-osten.lmu.de/isap
The International Society for Arabic Papyrology, Inc. (ISAP) was officially founded on the 24th of March 2002 in Cairo and is currently based at Princeton University. Its goals are to increase, address, explore and exchange information and knowledge relevant to Arabic papyrology in the widest sense.
- Projects ISAP is involved in include: the Checklist of Arabic papyrus editions, the List of Major Collections,the list of scholars involed in Arabic papyrology, as well as the Arabic Papyrology School, the Arabic Papyrology Database for Arabic text editions, plans for cataloguing and digitilisation of Arabic papyrus collections.
- After the ISAP conferences in Cairo (2002), Granada (2004), Alexandria (2006), Vienna (2009), Carthage (2012), Munich (2014), and Berlin (2018), the pandemic requires us to hold an online conference (2021) (more)
- To subscribe to the ISAP e-mail list (Arabic Papy-list), please send a short message containing your name, e-mail address and a brief description of your research interests to: arabic_papyri at auburn.edu.
- If you would like more information, please write to Matt Malczycki (malczycki at auburn.edu) or Andreas Kaplony (andreas.kaplony at lmu.de).
On the General Meeting of the International Society for Arabic Papyrology, held Friday, March 23rd, 2018 at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Berlin, and through an additional ballot, the Board of Directors was elected as follows:
- Andreas Kaplony, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Institut für den Nahen und Mittleren Osten, Veterinärstr. 1, D-80539 Munich, Germany, andreas.kaplony at lmu.de (President)
- Matt Malczycki, Auburn University, Department of History, 310 Thach Hall, USA-Auburn, AL 36849, malczycki at auburn.edu (Secretary/Treasurer)
- Lajos Berkes, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Theologische Fakultät, Seminar: Neues Testament, Burgstrasse 26,D-10099 Berlin, Germany, berkesla at hu-berlin.de
- Ursula Bsees, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Institut für den Nahen und Mittleren Osten, Veterinärstr. 1, D-80539 Munich, Germany, ursula.bsees at lmu.de
- Maher A. Eissa, Fayoum University, Egyptology Department, P.O.B. 63514, Fayoum City, Egypt, maher.eissa at fayoum.edu.eg
- Marie Legendre, University of Edinburgh, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, 19 George Square, UK-Edinburgh EH8 9LD, United Kingdrom, marie.legendre at ed.ac.uk
- Marina Rustow, Princeton Geniza Lab, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544, USA, mrustow at princeton.edu
- Naïm Vanthieghem, Centre nationale de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes (IRHT), Section arabe, Collège Sainte-Barbe, 4 rue Valette, F-75005 Paris, France, nvthiegh at gmail.com
- Khaled Younes, University of Sadat City/Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien, khaledyounes2100 at yahoo.com