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Professor Ziad Elmarsafy
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Professor Elmarsafy came to King's after several years of teaching in the University of York's Department of English and Related Literature.

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Professor Giovanni Pizzorusso
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Giovanni Pizzorusso (Lucca, April 16, 1958), graduated at the University of Pisa, PhD in History of the Americas at the University of Genoa, and has taught History of the Americas in early modern times as a contract professor (2003-2008) and researcher (2008-2017) at the Department of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences of the University "G. d'Annunzio" of Chieti-Pescara, where since October 2017 he has been an associate professor of Early Modern History.

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Reinhold F. Glei
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Reinhold F. Glei, born 1959 in Remscheid/Germany, studied Classical and Medieval Latin and Greek Philology and Philosophy at the University of Cologne, where he got his Ph.D. in 1983.

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Sussan Babaie
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Sussan Babaie is Reader in Islamic and Persian arts at The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. Before joining The Courtauld in 2013, she taught at Smith College, the University of Michigan, and Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich.

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Gabriel Said Reynolds
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Gabriel Said Reynolds did his doctoral work at Yale University in Islamic Studies. Currently he researches the Qur'ān and Muslim/Christian relations and is Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology in the Department of Theology at Notre Dame.

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Professor Thomas E. Burman
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Professor Burman is the Robert M. Conway Director of the Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Long engaged in interdisciplinary scholarship that blends history, theology, religious studies and literature, his research and teaching focuses on the intellectual and cultural interactions between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the medieval Mediterranean world.

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