53rd Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association
New Orleans, Louisiana (USA) 14-17 November 2019
EGYLandscape presented a panel at the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA). Organized by Muhammad Shaaban, the panel was entitled: “The Egyptian Landscape: New Insights on Agrarian and Rural Trends in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods”. With four diverse papers, the panel also introduced the EGYLandscape Project to the MESA audience.
Anthony T. Quickel (Philipps-Universität Marburg): “Using Nature and Open Spaces in Mamluk Cairo”
Greg Williams (University of Bonn): “‘Clay of Wisdom’: Archaeological Approaches to the Study of the Medieval Egyptian Landscape”
Stuart Borsch (Assumption College): “Systems Ration Analysis for the Comparison of Apples and Oranges”
Muhammad Shaaban (Queen Mary, University of London): “Counting Feddans and Dinars in Mamluk Egypt: Exploring New Trends through Data”