Saqer Almarri Email: email@example.com Adjunct Lecturer in Arabic, MA 2012, Translation and Interpreting, The American University of Sharjah, UAE. Arabic linguistics, historical and contemporary translation theory, religious and
juridical aspects of the history of translation in Arabic.
Tina Chronopoulos Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Professor of Classics and Medieval Studies and Undergraduate Director of
Classics, PhD 2007, King's College London, University of London. Classical/medieval Latin literature, lives of saints, transmission of classical literature,
Omid Ghaemmaghami Email: email@example.com Assistant Professor of Arabic and Undergraduate Director of Arabic Studies, PhD 2013, University of Toronto: Shīʿī Islam, Classical Arabic literature, Modern Standard Arabic, Islamic intellectual
history, Islamic mysticism, Qurʾānic studies, Islamic eschatology, Comparative religion,
Iranian studies, Persian-Arabic translation.
Jonathan Hills Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Adjunct Lecturer, MPhil 2004 (Classics), University of Cambridge: Indo-European Linguistics: Origins and Development of Greek and Latin.
Gregory Key Email: email@example.com Lecturer in Turkish, PhD, 2013, University of Arizona: Turkish linguistics, Ottoman Turkish, modern Turkish language, literature, culture.
R. Kevin Lacey Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Professor of Arabic, PhD 1984, Harvard University. Arabic language and literature, Arabic language teaching, Islamic intellectual history,
Islamic mysticism, Persian language and literature.
Talat Okby Email: email@example.com Adjunct Professor of Arabic. MLS, 1970, State University of New York at Albany. Classical Arabic poetry and multimedia.
Rania Said Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Adjunct Lecturer in Arabic, PhD candidate in comparative literature, MA 2013. Agrégation in English Language, Literature, and Civilization, Ecole Normale Supérieure
de Tunis, Tunisia.
Randall D. Souza Email: email@example.com Visiting Assistant Professor, PhD 2014, University of California, Berkeley. Ancient Sicily; human mobility, community and citizenship; Greek and Latin epigraphy.
John H. Starks, Jr. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Professor of Classics and Chair of Department, PhD 2004, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Non-Western Ethnicity in the classical world, Greek and Roman drama, Roman historiography.