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“Making Tools for Transmission: Mamluk and Ottoman Cairo’s Papermakers, Copyists, and Booksellers,” Eurasian Studies 15 (2), (2017): 304-319.
With Gregory Williams, “In Search of Sibākh: Digging Up Egypt from Antiquity to the Present Day,” Journal of Islamic Archeology 3 (1), (2016): 89-108.