Editor, journalist and history writer, Jonathan Downs is author of Life in the Industrial Revolution 1770-1809, Discovery at Rosetta—the first
Colin D. Reader is a professional engineering geologist who has long been fascinated by the monuments of ancient Egypt. He
Mariam F. Ayad is an associate professor of Egyptology at the American University in Cairo. In 2020–2021 she was a
Eid Mertah is a Conservator of archaeological materials in the Restoration and Conservation Department of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Christian Eckmann is a conservator and head of the department for restoration and conservation at the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz,
Christian Koeberl is a professor of impact research and planetary geology at the University of Vienna, a full member of
Florian Ströbele was a researcher between 2011 and 2019 at the archaeometry laboratories of the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, Mainz, Germany, and
Katja Broschat is a conservator at the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz, Germany.
Born in France in 1987, Simon Connor was awarded his PhD by the Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, in 2014.
Ferial Ghazoul is an Iraqi scholar, critic, and translator. She is professor of English and comparative literature at the American
Youssef Rakha is an Egyptian novelist, poet, and essayist working in both Arabic and English.
Xenia Nikolskaya is an award-winning Russian-Swedish photographer, curator, and teacher currently based in Cairo. A former curator of the Russian
Felix Arnold is scientific director of the Madrid branch of the German Archaeological Institute, and an architect and archaeologist specialized
Mostafa Mohie is a journalist who works for Mada Masr online newspaper in Egypt. He was a documentary researcher for films on
Heba Safey Eldeen is professor of architecture and urban design at Misr International University, Cairo, and an adjunct professor at
Nezar AlSayyad is emeritus professor of architecture, planning, urban design, and urban history at the University of California, Berkeley, where
Matthieu Rey is director of contemporary studies at the Institut français du Proche-Orient (IFPO), Beirut, and a CNRS researcher specializing
Linda Herrera, a social anthropologist with regional expertise in North Africa and West Asia with a focus on Egypt, is