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Khaled Younes

ky@ounes at ifao dot egnet .dot net

Papyrologie arabe

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Université de Sadat City

[2009-2013] Ph.D. in Islamic history | Leiden University, the Netherlands
Title: "Joy and sorrow in early Muslim Egypt. Arabic papyrus letters: text and context"

[2018, Dec. 1st - ] Researcher
Papyrus collection | The Austrian National Library, Vienna, Austria

[2014- ] Lecturer of Islamic history and civilization
Faculty of Tourism and Hotels | University of Sadat City, Egypt

[2004-2008] Teaching assistant
Faculty of Tourism and Hotels | University of Sadat City, Egypt

[2005-2007] M.A. in Arabic papyrology | Suez Canal University, Egypt

[1999-2003] B.A. (with distinction) in tourism guidance | Menoufia University, Egypt

Arabic Papyrology

Early Islamic History

Egypt under the Arab Rule

Younes, K.M. and Vanthieghem, N., Arabic Papyri in the Geneva Library [Book to be published with Bibliothèque de Genève, Genève].

[2019] Younes, K.M., “New governors identified in Arabic papyri,” in M. Legendre, A. Delattre and P.M. Sijpesteijn (eds.), Authority and Control in the Countryside: From Antiquity to Islam in the Mediterranean and Near East (6th-10th Century), Leiden Studies in Islam and Society 9, Leiden: Brill, 13-43.

[2017] Younes, K.M. and Vantieghem, N. “Deux lettres arabes de la collection Palau-Ribes. Réédition de P. Marrow Exchanges 1 et 2,” Chronique d’Egypte 92(1): 209-216.

[2017] Younes, K.M., “Two Arabic Deeds of House Lease Agreement on Papyrus,” Der Islam 94(1): 57-65.

[2017] Younes, K.M., “An Arabic Receipt on Papyrus,” Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete 63(1): 231-236.

[2017] Younes, K.M., “Arabic Letters of Condolence on Papyrus,” in M. Malczycki, S. Denoix and S. Bouderbala, (eds.), New Frontiers of Arabic Papyrology: Arabic and Multilingual Texts from Early Islam, Leiden: Brill, 67-100.

[2017] Kaplony, A. and Younes, K.M. et al., “Bibliographie raisonnée zur arabischen Papyrologie: Neuerscheinungen 2016 und Nachträge 2013–2015,” Der Islam 94(2): 527-615.

[2016] Younes, K.M., “Indecent Clothing and Violence in the Street: A Third/Ninth-Century Arabic Papyrus,” Annales Islamologiques 50: 291-300.

[2016] Younes, K.M., “Two Arabic Papyrus Documents Relating to Payments in Kind,” Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 53: 239-249.

[2016] Younes, K.M., “An Arabic Acknowledgment of a Debt on Papyrus,” Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete 62(1): 195-202.

[2016] Kaplony, A. and Younes, K.M. et al., “Bibliographie raisonnée zur arabischen Papyrologie: Neuerscheinungen 2015 und Nachträge 2013–2014,” Der Islam 93(2): 532-619.

[2014] Younes, K.M., Texte coranique (Sourate 19, versets 73-98 ou ‘Sourate Maryam (Marie)’),” in C. Méla and F. Möri (eds.), Alexandrie la divine, Geneva, vol. 2: 1101.

[2013] Younes, K.M., “Textile Trade between the Fayyūm and Fusṭāṭ in the IIIrd/IXth Century According to the BanūʿAbd al-Muʾmin Archive,” in A. Regourd (ed.), Documents et Histoire. Islam, VIIe-XVIe siècle, Geneva: Droz, 313-334.

[2012] Berkes, L., and Younes, K.M., “A trilingual scribe from Abbasid Egypt? A note on CPR XXII 17,” Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete 58(1): 97-100.

[2012] Younes, K.M., “Review of E.M. Grob, Documentary Arabic private and business letters on papyrus: Form and function (Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010),” Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 49: 375-378.

[2017, Dec 2] “Islamic Rituals in Arabic Papyri,” IFAO, Cairo.

[2017, July 15] “The Unlisted Governors of Egypt,” IFAO, Cairo.

[2017, May 14] “Indecent Clothing and Violence in the Street: A Third/Ninth-Century Arabic Papyrus.” IFAO, Cairo.

[2017, Feb 23] “Coptic Agents in Muslims’ trade network,” Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria.

[2016, Dec 12-16] “Arabic House Leases on Papyrus,” in the workshop entitled: “Egypt Incorporated Economic, Political and Cultural Developments from Late Antiquity to Islam.” Lorentz Center, Leiden.

[2016, Nov 27] “saʾalūnī al-kitābilayka” Mediation between tenants and a landlord,” in the Cleveringa Seminar entitled: “Informal Requests for Help and Mediation.” NVIC, Cairo.

[2016, Sep 29-30] “Greeting non-Muslims in Early Islamic Egypt,” in the workshop entitled: “Christians and Muslims in Early Islamic Egypt: The Documentary Evidence.” IWH, Universität Heidelberg.

[2016, Aug 1-6] “Naked on the Street: An Arabic Written Testimony on Papyrus,” at the 28th International Congress of Papyrology, University PompeuFabra, Barcelona.

[2015, Jun 18-20] “The organization of the ḥajj in early Muslim Egypt,” in the conference entitled: “Egypt Connected: Cultural, Economic, Political and Military Interactions (500-1000 CE).” LUCIS, Leiden University.

[2015, Mar 5] “The Copts and the Arab Conquerors at their First Encounter,” Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria.

[2013, Dec 5] “Arabic papyri: A Significant Source in Islamic History of Egypt,” IFAO, Egypt.

[2012, May 25] “Joy and sorrow in early Islamic Egypt: Arabic private letters on papyrus, 7th-9th century,” in the third FOI project roundtable at Leiden University.

[2012, May 18] “Sending the dowry and preparing for the betrothal party: a 2nd/8th correspondence from a fiancé to his fiancée,” in the workshop entitled “Medieval Islamic marriage: an interdisciplinary workshop.” Crassh, University of Cambridge.

[2012, Mar 28-31] “Letters of condolence in the Arabic papyri,” in the fifth ISAP conference hosted by Bayt al-hikma. Carthage/Kairouan, Tunisia.

[2011, Mar 16] “Women’s letters from early Islamic Egypt,” in the second FOI project roundtable entitled“Social and economic dependency in late Antiquity and early Islam: women and children, clients, slaves, fugitives, and prisoners” at Leiden University.

[2010, Nov 29-Dec 8] “Private letters: style and phraseology,” in the First International Winter School in Arabic Papyrology at University of Alexandria and IFAO, Egypt.

[2010, Aug 16-21] “Legal documents belonging to a certain ‘Ammār b. Salama b. ‘Abd al-Wārith: two unpublished papyri from the Beinecke Library of Yale University,” in the 26th International Congress of Papyrology at the University of Geneva.

[2010, Sep 13-16] “New governors identified in Arabic papyri: reflections on the contribution of documents produced in the Egyptian countryside,” in the conference entitled “Authority and control in the countryside” at Leiden University.

[2017, Dec 2] “Papyrology in Egypt (Religion in the texts): Third Seminar in Greek, Coptic and Arabic Papyrology for Young Egyptian Academics,” IFAO & DAI, Cairo.

[2017, July 15] “Egypt across time, space and disciplines,” IFAO, Cairo.

[2016, May 9-11] “Papyrology in Egypt: Second Seminar in Arabic and Greek Papyrology for Young Egyptian Academics,” IFAO & DAI, Cairo.

[2015, May 17-19] “Papyrology in Egypt: First Seminar in Arabic and Greek Papyrology for Young Egyptian Academics,” IFAO & DAI, Cairo.

[2015, Feb 22] “Papyri across the Times: an Introduction to Papyrology,” Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria.

[2012, May 25] The third FOI project roundtable at Leiden University.