Recent Faculty Activity

Department Chair Khaled El-Rouayheb publishes new book, "The Development of Arabic Logic 1200-1800"

James Richard Jewett Professor of Arabic and of Islamic Intellectual History and Chair of the Department Khaled El-Rouayheb has recently published a major (even monumental) contribution to the field, titled "The Development of Arabic Logic 1200-1800" and published by Schwabe.

Congratulations, Khaled!

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Gojko Barjamovic Featured in The Washington Post, Newsweek, and More

Gojko Barjamovic and colaborators Thomas Chaney, Kerem A. Cosar, and Ali Hortacsu, developed an algorithm based on trade data from 12,000 ancient clay tablets. The results help corroborate the historical location of 11 lost Bronze Age cities.

“In a rare example of collaboration across disciplines, we use a theory-based quantitative method from economics to inform this quest in the field...

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