A select bibliography of recent publications by project team members. Publications are limited to those related to the EGYLandscape Project’s theme and scope.

Heba Mahmoud Saad AbdelNaby

Birds in Mamluk Egypt: A study of social, environmental, and art history [In Arabic], (Cairo: ‘Ayn for Humanities and Social Studies, 2021).

• “‘And Meat of Birds that They May Desire,” EGYLandscape Project Working Paper 2, The EGYLandscape Project (October 2020).

Emad Badr al-Din Abu Ghazi

• On the social history of Egypt: the development of landholding in the age of the Circassian Mamluks [In Arabic], (Cairo: ‘Ayn for Humanities and Social Studies, 2000).

Ghislaine Alleaume

• “Les voyages d’un paradigme: la réforme et ses usages (Égypte, XIXe et XXe siècles),” Égypte/Monde Arabe 20 (2019): pp. 19-36.

• “Histoires parallèles : figures ottomanes de la notabilité alexandrine, de l’Expédition d’Égypte à nos jours,” Étudier en liberté les mondes méditerranéens: Mélanges offerts à Robert Ilbert, ed. by Leyla Dakhli and Vincent Lemire (Paris: Sorbonne, 2016): pp. 349-358.

• “De la Marche à la Frontière: la transformation du Delta oriental de 1820 à 1880,” in L’Isthme de Suez: un territoire inventé aux confins de l’Égypte, ed. by Mercedes Volait (Cairo: Ifao, 2016): pp. 253-272.

Stuart Borsch

• “The Black Death and the Human Impact on the Environment,” in Historical Disaster Experiences: Towards a Comparative and Transcultural History of Disasters Across Asia and Europe, Transcultural Research – Heidelberg Studies on Asia and Europe in a Global Context, ed. by Gerrit Schenk (Cham: Springer, 2017): pp. 93-106.

• with Tarek Sabraa, “Qānūn al-Riyy: The Water Law of Egypt,” Sophia Journal of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies 35 (2017): pp. 87-124.

• with Tarek Sabraa, “Refugees of the Black Death: Quantifying rural migration for plague and other environmental disasters,” Annales de démographie historique 2 (2017): pp. 63-93.

Kurt Franz

Atlas der Beduinen dem Sultanat 564-735/1169-1335, (Weisbaden: Reichert, In Press).

Transmission and Oblivion of Governance Experience in Islam. The Case of Policies on the Bedouin into the Mamlūk Period, Berlin: EB (Ulrich Haarmann Memorial Lecture). Booklet, In Press.

• “Bedouin and States: Framing the Mongol-Mamlūk Wars in Long-Term History,” in Nomad Military Power in Iran and Adjacent Areas in the Islamic Period, ed. by Kurt Franz and Wolfgang Holzwarth (Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2015): pp. 29-105.

• “The Bedouin in History or Bedouin History?,” Nomadic Peoples 15(1), Special Issue: Nomads in the Political Field (2011): pp. 11-53.

Albrecht Fuess

• “Waqfization in the late Mamluk Empire: A deliberate policy or chaos management?,” EGYLandscape Project Working Paper 1, The EGYLandscape Project (June 2020).

• “How to Cope with the Scarcity of Commodities? The Mamluks’ Quest for Metal,” in The Mamluk Sultanate from the Perspective of Regional and World History, ed. by Reuven Amitai and Stephan Conermann (Göttingen: V&R Unipress, 2019): pp. 61-74.

Alison L. Gascoigne

The Island City of Tinnis: A Postmortem. (Cairo: l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 2020).

• with John P. Cooper, “Tinkers, tailors, soldiers and sailors: the city of Tinnis in the 11th-13th centuries,” in Guerre et Paix au Proche-Orient Médiéval, vol. II: Histoire. Archéologie. Anthropologie, ed. by Mathieu Eychenne, Stéphane Pradines, and Abbès Zouache (Cairo: l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 2019).

• with Leonie V. Hicks & Marianne O’Doherty, eds., Journeying Along Medieval Routes in Europe and the Middle East, (Turnhout: Brepols, 2016).

• Between the dams: the forgotten medieval archaeology of the first Nile cataract, Al-‘Usur al-Wusta, the Bulletin of Middle East Medievalists, 20(2) (2008): pp. 37-45.

Magdi Guirguis

• “A decree of Alghuri al-Baramus Monastery and conflict over property in al-Nahraryyia [in Arabic],” Annales Islamologiques 53 (2019): pp. 325-344.

Daisuke Igarashi

• “Father’s Will, Daughter’s Waqf: A Testamentary Waqf and Its Female Founder/Administrator in Fourteenth-Century Egypt,” ORIENT 54 (2019): pp. 41-53.

• “The waqf-endowment strategy of a Mamluk military man: The contexts, motives, and purposes of the endowments of Qijmās al-Ishāqī (d. 1487), Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 82:1 (2019): pp. 25-53.

• “Religious Endowments of the Mamluk Amir Qijmās al-Isḥāqī: A Preliminary Study,” in Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid, and Mamluk Eras VIII: Proceedings of the 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd International Colloquium Organized at Ghent University in May 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, ed. by U. Vermeulen, K. D’hulster, and J. Van Steenbergen (Leuven: Peeters. 2016): pp. 419-428.

Land Tenure, Fiscal Policy, and Imperial Power in Medieval Syro-Egypt, (Chicago: Center for Middle Eastern Studies, The University of Chicago, 2015).

Wakako Kumakura

• “The Shift from Medieval to Modern in the Natural Environment of Egypt: A Case Study of Lake Idku and Its Surroundings,” in Japanese and Italian Insights on the Great Sea, ed. by Hiroshi Kato and Liana Lomiento (Milan: Cisalpino – Istituto Editoriale Universitario, 2018): pp. 61-71.

• “The Early Ottoman Rural Government System and Its Development in Terms of Water Administration,” in The Mamluk-Ottoman Transition, ed. by Stephan Conermann and Gül Şen (Bonn: V&R Unipress, 2016): pp. 87-113.

• “Who Handed over Mamluk Land Registers to the Ottomans? A Study on the Administrators of Land Records in the Late Mamluk Period,” Mamluk Studies Review, 18 (2014-2015): pp. 279-299.

Nicolas Michel

• “Recent Publications on the Environmental History of Egypt,” The EGYLandscape Project Working Paper 3, The EGYLandscape Project (December 2020).

L'Égypte des villages autour du seizième siècle, (Leuven: Peeters, 2018).

• “Noms de famille dans les oasis d’Égypte à l’époque ottomane.” Eurasian Studies 5(2) (2017): pp. 183–199.

• “La Compagnie du canal de Suez et l’eau du Nil (1854-1896),” in L’isthme et l’Égypte au temps de la Compagnie universelle du canal maritime de Suez (1857-1956), ed. by Claudine Piaton (Cairo: l'Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 2016): pp. 273-302.

• “L’identification des personnes devant le tribunal d’Asyūṭ (Haute Égypte) à la fin du XVIIe siècle,” Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée, 127 (2010): pp. 175-191.

Clément Onimus

• “Biblâw, étude de cas de la transmission d’un iqtâ sous le sultanat mamlūk,” in Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid, and Mamluk Eras, ed. by Jo Van Steenbergen and Kristof D’Hulster (Louvain: Peeters, 2015): pp. 535-546.

Anthony T. Quickel

• “A Medieval Garden City: Mamluk Cairo’s Food Supplies and Urban Landscape,” in Living with Nature and Things: Contributions to a New Social History of the Middle Islamic Periods, eds. Bethany J. Walker and Abdelkader al-Ghouz (Bonn: V&R Unipress, 2020): pp. 33-48.

• with Gregory Williams, “In Search of Sibākh: Digging Up Egypt from Antiquity to the Present Day,” Journal of Islamic Archaeology 3(1), (2016): pp. 89-108.

Yossef Rapoport

Islamic Maps, (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2019).

• with Emily Savage-Smith Lost Maps of the Caliphs: Drawing the World in Eleventh-Century Cairo, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018).

Rural Economy and Tribal Society in Islamic Egypt: A Study of al-Nābulusī’s ‘Villages of the Fayyum’ (Turnhout: Brepols, 2018).

• with Ido Shahar, The Villages of the Fayyum: A Thirteenth-Century Register of Rural, Islamic Egypt (Turnhout: Brepols, 2018).

Muhammad Hafez Shaaban

• “The Curious Case of a Fourteenth-Century Madrasa: Agency, Patronage and the Foundation of the Madrasa of Umm al-Ṣultān Sha’bān,” in Living with Nature and Things: Contributions to a New Social History of the Middle Islamic Periods, ed. by Bethany J. Walker and Abdelkader Al Ghouz (Göttingen: V&R Unipress, 2020): pp. 285-310.

Aleksandar Shopov

• “‘Books on Agriculture (al-filāha) Pertaining to Medical Science’ and Ottoman Agricultural Science and Practice around 1500,” in Treasures of Knowledge: An Inventory of the Ottoman Palace Library (1502/3-1503/4), Muqarnas Supplements 14, ed. by Gülru Necipoğlu, Cemal Kafadar and Cornell Fleischer (Leiden: Brill 2019): pp. 557-569.

Bethany Walker

• with Abdelkader Al Ghouz, eds., Living with Nature and Things: Contributions to a New Social History of the Middle Islamic Periods (Göttingen: V&R Unipress, 2020).

• “The Struggle Over Water: Evaluating the ‘Water Culture’ of Syrian Peasants under Mamluk Rule,” in Developing Perspectives in Mamluk History, ed. by Yuval Ben-Bassat (Leiden: Brill, 2017): pp. 287-310.

Gregory Williams

• “Medieval ceramics from Aswan,” Bulletin de liaison de la céramique égyptienne 28 (2019): pp. 297-306.

• “Medieval Elephantine reconsidered,” pp. Bulletin de liaison de la céramique égyptienne 28 (2019): 307-314.

• with Anthony Quickel, “In Search of Sibākh: Digging Up Egypt from Antiquity to the Present Day,” Journal of Islamic Archaeology 3(1), (2016): pp. 89-108.