Publications

 

EGYPTOLOGY

 

Salima Ikram

  • 2019  Ikram, S., C. Prates, S. Sousa, and C. Oliveira. ‘A medley of mummies from Deir el-Bahari’, Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 27.2: 237-58. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.32466
  • 2019. Porcier, S. M., C. Berruyer, S. Pasquali, S. Ikram, D. Berthet, and P. Tafforeau. ‘Wild crocodiles hunted to make mummies in Roman Egypt: Evidence from synchrotron imaging’, Journal of Archaeological Science 110.
  • 2019. Ikram, S., C. Prates, S. Sousa, and C. Oliveira. ‘A medley of mummies from Deir el-Bahari’, Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 27.2: 237-58. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.32466
  • 2019. Woodman, N., A. T. Wilken, S. Ikram. ‘See how they ran: morphological and functional aspects of skeletons from ancient Egyptian shrew mummies (Eulipotyphla: Soricidae: Crocidurinae),’, Journal of Mammaloty 100.4: 1199-1210.
  • Ikram, S. 2019. ‘Shedding new light on old corpses: developments in the field of animal mummy studies’. In S. Porcier, S. Ikram and S. Pasquali, eds. Creatures of Earth, Water, and Sky: Proceedings of the International Symposium of Animals in Ancient Egypt. Amsterdam: Sidestone.
  • Ikram, S. 2019. ‘The Equids of Tell el-Borg’, Tell el-Borg II: The "Dwelling of the Lion" on the Ways of Horus. Excavations in North Sinai. Eisenbraun, 414-23.
  • Ikram, S. 2019. ‘The North Kharga Oasis Darb Ain Amur Survey (NKODAAS): Surveying the Tracks between the Two Oases’, The Great Oasis of Egypt: the Kharga and Dakhla Oases in Antiquity, R. S. Bagnall and G. Tallet, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 135-51.
  • 2019. ‘Fishing’ for Mitochondrial DNA in Mummified Sacred Ibis: Development of a Targeted Enrichment Protocol Resolves the Ancient Egyptian DNA Survival Debate’, Sally Wasef, Leon  Huynen, Craig Donald Millar, Sankar Subramanian, Salima Ikram, Barbra  Holland, Eske Willerslev, David Martin Lambert in  S. Porcier, S. Ikram and S. Pasquali, eds. Creatures of Earth, Water, and Sky: Proceedings of the International Symposium of Animals in Ancient Egypt. Amsterdam: Sidestone.
  • 2019. Woodman, N., A. T. Wilken, S. Ikram. ‘See how they ran: morphological and functional aspects of skeletons from ancient Egyptian shrew mummies (Eulipotyphla: Soricidae: Crocidurinae),’, Journal of Mammaloty 100.4: 1199-1210.
  • S. Porcier, S. Ikram and S. Pasquali, eds. Creatures of Earth, Water, and Sky: Proceedings of the International Symposium of Animals in Ancient Egypt. Amsterdam: Sidestone.   

 

Mariam Ayad

Ayad, M. ‘Women’s Self-presentation in Pharaonic Egypt,” in: H. Abdel Bassir (ed.) Living Forever: Self-Representation in Ancient Egypt (Cairo & New York: AUC Press, 2019), 221-245.

 

Lisa Sabbahy

Editor, All Things Ancient Egyptian: Encyclopedia of the Ancient Egyptian World, ABC-Clio Press, published May 2019

 

SOCIOLOGY

 

Dr. Helen Rizzo forthcoming edited book:

Ryan, J. Michael and Helen Rizzo (editors). Accepted for publication (2020). Gender in the Middle East and North Africa: Contemporary Issues and Challenges. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Dr. Nora Derbal

  • a book chapter, coming out next month: “Die Provinzstadt Tayma, Saudi-Arabien. Vorarbeiten zu einer interdisziplinären historischen Betrachtung (The Provincial Town Tayma, Saudi Arabia. Preliminary Investigations for an Interdisciplinary Historical Study),” Derbal, Nora with Ibrahim Salman and Arnulf Hausleiter, in Martin Gussone, Katharina Lange, Anne Mollenhauer eds., Archäplogisches Erbe und soziale Praxis. Reflexionen aus Archäolohie, Bauforschung und Ethnologie, Berlin: Reimer 2019, 31–50. You can acccess th publication here.

  • An article about my last research trip in one of the leading German newspapers (July 2019, the PDF attached, maybe it can be uploaded to the site): Künstlerinnen und Intellektuelle üben den Spagat (Artists and Intellectuals in a Balancing Act),“ Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, July 8th, 2019, no. 155, p. 12.

 

 

Ian Morrison

New Book – Moments of Crisis: Religion and National Identity in Québec. University of British Columbia Press.

 

Nadine Abdalla

New PublicationsAbdalla, N. (2020). From the dream of change to the nightmare of structural weakness: The trajectory of Egypt’s independent trade union movement after 2011. In I. Weipert-Fenner and J. Wolff (Eds). Socioeconomic Protests in MENA and Latin America. Egypt and Tunisia in interregional comparison. Palgrave Macmillan.

PS: Please note that while the e-book is available now.


Forthcoming publications:

ABDALLA, N. ; WOLLF, J. (2019). From Driver of Change to Marginalized Actor: Egypt’s New Unionism from a Comparative Perspective. The Journal of North African Studies (JNFS) 



Ilka Eickhof

Eickhof, Ilka (2019), Class and Creative Economies: The Culture Field in Cairo, in Jacquemond, R. and Lang, F. (eds.). Culture and Crisis in the Arab World: Production and Practice in Conflict. London: I.B. Tauris.