Relevant Publications by Team Members
1. John-Paul Ghobrial, ‘The Archive of Orientalism and its Keepers: Re-imagining the Histories of Arabic Manuscripts in Early Modern Europe’, in Liesbeth Corens, Kate Peters and Alexandra Walsham, eds., The Social History of the Archive: Record Keeping in Early Modern Europe, Past and Present Supplement 11 (Oxford, 2016), pp. 90-111. Available open-access at https://doi.org/10.1093/pastj/gtw023.
2. John-Paul Ghobrial, ‘The Life and Hard Times of Solomon Negri: An Arabic Teacher in Early Modern Europe’, in Charles Burnett, Alastair Hamilton, and Jan Loop, eds., The Teaching and Learning of Arabic in Early Modern Europe (Brill, 2017), pp. 310-331. Open-access version available at http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/books/9789004338623.
3. John-Paul Ghobrial, Review of Bernard Heyberger, Jérôme Lentin, Paul Fahmé-Thiéry, eds., D’Alep à Paris: Les pérégrinations d’un jeune Syrien au temps de Louis XIV (Paris: Sindbad, 2015) in English Historical Review (2017).
4. John-Paul Ghobrial, ‘Migration from Within and Without: In the Footsteps of Eastern Christians in Early Modern Europe’, Transactions of the RHS 27 (2017), pp. 153-173. https://doi.org/10.1017/S008044011700007X
5. Feras Krimsti, ‘The Lives and Afterlives of the Library of the Maronite Physician Ḥannā al-Ṭabīb (c. 1702–1775) from Aleppo’, Journal of Islamic Manuscripts, volume 9 issue 2-3. Brill: 2018. Available Open Access at https://doi.org/10.1163/1878464X-00902006
6. Lucy Parker, ‘The Ambiguities of Belief and Belonging: Catholicism and the Church of the East in the Sixteenth Century’, The English Historical Review, volume 133 issue 565, pp 1420-1445. Oxford University Press, 2018. Available open-access at https://doi.org/10.1093/ehr/cey334.
7. Feras Krimsti, 'Disciplining Disobedient Subjects: The Punishment of Aleppo’s Insurgents in 1850 as a Contentious Issue’, in Stefan Winter and Mafalda Ade, eds., Aleppo and its Hinterland in the Ottoman Period / Alep et sa province à l’époque ottoman (Brill, 2019), pp. 204-228.
8. John-Paul Ghobrial, 'Christian Materiality between East and West: Notes of a Capuchin among the Christians of the Ottoman Empire’, in Laven, Ivanic, and Morrall, eds., Religious Materiality in the Early Modern World (Amsterdam University Press). https://www.aup.nl/en/book/9789462984653/religious-materiality-in-the-early-modern-world https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:3aca71e0-27fb-4e21-8d7a-e452dfe489f9
9. Feras Krimsti, "Arsāniyūs Shukrī al-Ḥakīm’s Account of His Journey to France, the Iberian Peninsula, and Italy (1748–1757) from Travel Journal to Edition", Philological Encounters 3-4 (2019), 202-244. https://brill.com/view/journals/phen/4/3-4/article-p202_3.xml
10. Alice Croq, 'From Amida to Famagusta via Cairo: The Syrian Scribe Yūsuf ibn Sbāṭ in His Eastern Mediterranean Context c. 1350–1360', Al-Masāq Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean (2020) https://doi.org/10.1080/09503110.2020.1778892
11. John-Paul Ghobrial (editor), Global History and Microhistory. Past & Present, Volume 242, Issue Supplement 14, November 2019. https://academic.oup.com/past/issue/242/Supplement_14
12. John-Paul Ghobrial, 'Introduction: Seeing the World like a Microhistorian'. Global History and Microhistory. Past & Present, Volume 242, Issue Supplement 14, November 2019. https://academic.oup.com/past/issue/242/Supplement_14
13. John-Paul Ghobrial, 'Moving Stories and What They Tell Us: Early Modern Mobility Between Microhistory and Global History'. Global History and Microhistory. Past & Present, Volume 242, Issue Supplement 14, November 2019. https://academic.oup.com/past/issue/242/Supplement_14