October 2018

Nevenka Korica  Sullivan has taught Arabic at Harvard University and the American University in Cairo and in Middlebury’s summer program,

Amandine  Marshall obtained her PhD in Egyptology from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHSS), Toulouse. She is

Andrea  Loprieno-Gnirs is a research associate at the University of Basel and a Principal Researcher for the Life Histories of

Yasser M.  Ayad is a professor of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. Born and raised in

Anne-Linda  Amira Augustin is a political advisor to the European Representative Office of the Southern Transitional Council, a non-resident scholar

Tessa  Grafen is a linguistic consultant currently based in London. She has a master’s degree in Arabic and Persian from

Apollinaire  Lebas, born 1797, was a French engineer who in 1830 was charged with transferring an obelisk from Luxor to

Mouannes  Hojairi is assistant professor of history at the American University in Cairo. He received his PhD from Columbia University

Jonathan  Smolin is the Jane and Raphael Bernstein Professor in Asian Studies at Dartmouth College in the US. He is

Ihsan  Abdel Kouddous (1919–90) is one of the most prolific and popular writers of Arabic fiction of the twentieth century.

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