The International Journal of Levant Studies Vol. 2/2020

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Revista conține studii și materiale redactate de specialiști din străinătate și din țară.

Consiliul științific al revistei este format din:

Winston P. Nagan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, WAAS, Institute for Human Rights, Peace and Development, University of Florida, SUA

James Gelvin, Profesor, University of California, Los Angeles, SUA

Anna Sapir Abulafia, Profesor Oxford University, Marea Britanie

Martin Tamcke, Profesor Georg-August-University of Gottingen, Germania

Ora Limor, Profesor The Open University of Israel, Ierusalim, Israel

Abdo Badwi, Profesor The Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, Liban

Răzvan Theodorescu, Vicepreședinte Academia Română

Dan Grigorescu, Profesor emerit, Universitatea din București; Directorul științific al ISACCL

„The International Journal of Levant Studies” Revista științifică a ISACCL No. 2 (2020)


► Elizabeth Monier, University of Cambridge: Spatial Practices of ‘Retreat’ Among Egyptian Christians: Isolating or Empowering?
► So Miyagawa, Kyoto University and Georg-August-University of Göttingen: Digitization of Coptic Manuscripts and Digital Humanities: Tools and Methods for Coptic Studies
► John Gee, Brigham Young University: Sesostris III and the Levant
► Ergün Lafli, Dokuz Eylül University Izmir, Maurizio Buora, The Friulian Archaeological Society Udine, Fatih Hakan Kaya, Dokuz Eylül University Izmir: Byzantine and Early Islamic Rayed Lamps from Southeastern Turkey
► Giacomo Cavillier, The “J. F. Champollion” Centre for the Study of Egyptology and the Coptic Civilization Genoa: The “Hieratic” Stele of the Sherden Pazegef: Observations and Research
► Renata-Gabriela Tatomir, Hyperion University of Bucharest: Ancient Characters and Patterns of Migration and Their Role in Understanding the Current Crisis of Migrants and Refugees
► Chatch Khamphet, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel: The Contribution of van der Leeuw’s Phenomenology to the Search for a Definition of Holy Places in International Law
► Cătălin-Ștefan Popa, The Institute for Advanced Studies in Levant Culture and Civilization: An Ancient Community of Jerusalem and its Heritage. Syriac Christians of the Holy City between Historical Memories and Future Challenges
► Abdo Badwi, Holy Spirit University of Kaslik: Some Remarks on Syriac Art and Culture
► Fotini Pomoni-Papaioannou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens: The Contribution of Hellenism to the Historic and Cultural Richness of the Levant Region
► Venice Ibrahim Shehatta Attia, Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, Cairo: Mushrooms in ancient Egypt


► Mihai-D. Grigore, Neagoe Basarab – Princeps Christianus. The Semantics of Christianitas in Comparison with Erasmus, Luther and Machiavelli (1513-1523), Review by Marian Pătru, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
► Mihai Berza, De la Mediterranée à la Mer Noire, ed. by Andrei Pippidi, Review by Florica (Bohîlțea) Mihuț, University of Bucharest

President of Scientific Board:

Emil CONSTANTINESCU, President of the Scientific Committee of The Institute for Advanced Studies in Levant Culture and Civilization

Scientific Board:

Winston P. NAGAN, Chairman, Board of Trustees, World Academy of Art & Science; Director, Institute for Human Rights, Peace and Development, University of Florida, United States of America

Răzvan THEODORESCU, Vicepresident of Romanian Academy, Romania

James GELVIN, Professor of Modern Middle Eastern History, University of California, Los Angeles, United  States of America

Anna SAPIR ABULAFIA, Professor of the Study of the Abrahamic Religions, Oxford University, Great Britain

Martin TAMCKE, Professor of Ecumenical Theology, Oriental Church and Mission History, Georg-August-University of Göttingen, Germany

Ora LIMOR, Professor of Medieval History and conversion literature, The Open University of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

Abdo BADWI, Professor of Christian Iconography, History of Art and Semitic languages, The Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, Lebanon

Dan GRIGORESCU, Professor Emeritus University of Bucharest, Scientific Director of The Institute for Advanced Studies in Levant Culture and Civilization, Romania


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