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76 Ammar Ibn Yasser St. Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt
عنوان البريد الإلكتروني هذا محمي من روبوتات السبام. يجب عليك تفعيل الجافاسكربت لرؤيته.;
عنوان البريد الإلكتروني هذا محمي من روبوتات السبام. يجب عليك تفعيل الجافاسكربت لرؤيته.
University of Pisa
July 19, 2010
PhD in Archaeology
£ Title: Problems of Preservation of Mural Paintings in the Theban Necropolis: A Pilot Study on the Theban Tomb 14 using 3D Scanning Techniques
American University in Cairo
£ Master of Arts: Teaching English as a Foreign Language
American University in Cairo
£ Course Auditing: Environmental Engineering
£ Risk Assessment; Repair of Structures
American University in Cairo
Bachelor of Arts: Egyptology; minor in Archaeological Chemistry
UNESCO Monuments Woman
March 2014 – Paris
SAFE Beacon Award
April 2014 – New York
AUC Junior Alumna Award
May 2014 - Cairo
AUC Distinguished Alumna Award
March 2015 – New York
Acting Dean of the College of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage– The Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport in Aswan
· Starting up a new college in archaeology and cultural heritage in Aswan
· Training Ministry of Antiquities Inspectors on archaeological skills and survey, architectural and archaeological drawing as well as cultural heritage management
· Associate Dean for Admissions and Registration
· Associate Dean for Admissions, Registration and Student Affairs
· Finalized the curriculum and detailed syllabi for the major of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage with specializations in: Egyptian Archaeology, Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology, African Archaeology, Islamic Archaeology, Industrial Archaeology and Contemporary Heritage, Conservation of Material Culture and Architectural Conservation.
· Finalised the portfolio of the college from the Ministry of Higher Education and got approval to start.
· Prepared two laboratories; one for cultural heritage technologies and another for art forgery and archaeometry through national and international funding agencies.
· Prepared and signed international memorandum of understanding with University of Cologne, University of Oxford and University of Indianapolis for joint degrees, training and research.
Courses Taught in the Architecture Department:
· ARCH 131 History of Ancient Egyptian Architecture
· ARCH 132 History of the Classical Period Architecture
· ARCH 311 Architecture of Egypt: A Typological and a Historical Study
· ARCH 452 Historical Structures Conservation and Management
Courses Taught in College of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage:
· ARCH 201 Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Archaeology
· ARCH 202 Introduction to the Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology
· ARCH 200 Introduction to the Science and Technology of the Ancient Societies
· ARCH 101 Introduction to World Archaeology I
· ARCH 102 Introduction to World Archaeology II
· HERT 101 Introduction to Culture Heritage Theory and Practice
Co-director of the Cologne-Aswan Summer School in Cultural Heritage – Part of the Cologne Summer Schools 2017-2018
· Co-organising and Teaching
July 2018-September 2018:
£ Cultural Heritage Evaluator for USAID SIMPLE projects.
· Swedish Institute in Alexandria: organised international conferences and round table discussion on a series of talks on:
o Cultural Heritage under Armed Conflict
o Satire in Ancient Egypt
o Cultural Heritage and Psychology
o Cultural Heritage and Mass Media
Diplomacy and Heritage Expert| Egypt – China Cultural year 2016
March 2016-September 2016: Lecturer and Strategist
· In the light of the Egyptian – China cultural year marking 60 years of diplomatic ties, I have been nominated to work on different programs to celebrate these events. The first was a series of lectures that compares and contrasts both heritage legacies, and the second are more concrete protocols between Egypt and China in collaborative projects.
· With the Ministry of Foreign affairs and the China Institute of Archaeology, we are putting forward two papers to be discussed in the G20 seminars in China next September on the issues of illicit digging and cultural heritage economics.
Instructor | American University in Cairo, RHET department, Egypt
January 2014 – May 2014 (stopped due to maternity)
£ Undergraduate general seminar course on cultural heritage community-based learning
Post-Doctoral Junior Fellow | Humboldt University, The Topoi Cluster of Excellence, Berlin - Germany
July 2011 – October 2012
Research Project: Contemporary communities and archaeology: Investigating the relationship between the inhabitants of modern al-Qurna and local archaeological sites (Thebes, Egypt).
£ Researched all historic data on al-Qurna in western and eastern accounts
£ Conducted in depth interviews with the inhabitants al-Qurna to map the changes in their lifestyles that could reflect on their identity after the relocation
£ Currently devising a future program for community outreach of al-Qurna
£ Preparing a feasibility study for the construction of a local heritage museum of al-Qurna to start in 2015
£ Publishing all results of the study in a monograph by Humboldt University
£ Co-taught an intensive course on Egyptian Heritage in Humboldt University in May 2012
Culture Communications and Visibility Expert (Part-time) | South Sinai Regional Development Program (EU-Funded Program), Sinai – Egypt
May 2010 – December 2010
£ Managed all the visibility activities of the program
£ Composed content for the two components of the program
£ Conducted site-visits for updating the content of the different projects with reference to their reports
£ Composed the concept map of the website and developed the content for it
Scientific Coordinator (Part-time) | CULTNAT (Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage of Egypt), Cairo – Egypt
September 2007 – December 2010
The Documentation of the Cultural Heritage of South Sinai: The Case Study of Serabit el-Khadim
£ Initiated the project and wrote the concept, along with the proposal for the EU commission of the project without supervision represented in the SSRDP (South Sinai Regional and Development Plan)
£ Managed the start-up procedures such as recruitment, database construction and procurement procedures and the budget of 350,000 euro
£ Conducted and coordinated scientific research on the different archaeological sites in terms of archaeological, anthropological and social history of the place
£ Putting forward the Cultural Resource Management plans of the site with the operational guidelines of the World Heritage Convention in an attempt to help the Supreme Council of Antiquities complete Serabit el-Khadim’s portfolio in UNESCO WHL
£ Supervised the anthropological mapping for the sites and conducting ethnoarchaeological studies to construct the Bedouins ancient nomadic pastoral activities and document their intangible heritage
£ Prepared and published scientific reports, educational flyers, and brochures about the project and the archaeological site
£ Conceptually designed a locally managed museum/visitor centre for the Bedouins in vernacular architecture to serve as a museum of their cultural heritage and a visitor center
£ Designed and updated a training curriculum for the capacity building of the Bedouins to be able to guide the tourists in the area, and manage the node
£ Conducted training sessions for adult Bedouins and educational awareness sessions for children Bedouins on site including sessions about Ancient Egypt basic hieroglyphic lessons
Educational Visits Presenter| Martin Gropius Bau Museum, Berlin – Germany
£ Exhibition Coordinator in Martin Gropius Bau’s museum in Berlin commemorating the ‘Year of Science’ through the dual scientific collaboration between Germany and Egypt
Researcher and Editor| UNESCO Memphite Necropolis Portfolio (CULTNAT), Cairo-Egypt
£ Coordinated the different procedures for completing the profile of the Memphite Necropolis in UNESCO to put it on the World Heritage Site list with team.
£ Edited and reviewed the portfolio
Educational Visits Coordinator| Asia World Expo (CULTNAT), Hong Kong
£ Coordinated CULTNAT’s culturama exhibition in Hong Kong
£ Coordinated VIP visits and PR follow-up
Archaeology Specialist and Educational Visits Coordinator| Archaeological Map of Egypt (CULTNAT), Cairo – Egypt
March 2005 – September 2006
£ Coordinated educational and scientific visits to CULTNAT’s premises in Smart Village
£ Researched, populated and georeferenced information for the archaeological sites of Egypt in Alexandria, Damietta, and Minya provinces
Archaeologist| Egyptian Antiquities Information Systems (EAIS), Cairo – Egypt
November 2003 – April 2005
£ Visited and surveyed 130 archaeological sites in Sharqiya, Port-Said, Ismailiya and North Sinai.
£ Researched sites and populated database with information.
£ Drew and calculated buffer zones for the archaeological sites
£ Georeferenced researched information
£ Conducted risk assessment fieldwork and mapping for the temples of eastern Luxor in an attempt to stop urban and development expansion encroaching the sites.
£ Mapped and studied the architectural heritage of Port-Said under the supervision of Challiou University and the Centre Culturel Française in an attempt to stop the demolition by development projects.
£ Edited and monitored the publication process of the catalogue of Sharqiya
£ Put forward a security system for data and assets protection of the working place.
Archaeology/Egyptology Academic Training
Egyptologist| University of Pisa Archaeological Mission, Theban Tomb 14, Luxor West Bank – Egypt
£ Revised the preservation status of the tomb wall paintings
£ Carried out experimental archaeology on wall painting
£ Worked at many times as the site coordinator in terms of organising workers, cataloguing and other organisational tasks
3D Developer for Archaeology| CNR of Rome , Italy
Project: Tecnologie integrate di Robotica ed Ambienti Virtuali in Archeologia
£ Transferred 2D conservation information on 3D scans of the tomb
£ Conducted and analysed risk assessment for future conservation procedures
Egyptologist and Preservation Analyst| University of Pisa Archaeological Mission, Theban Tomb 14, Luxor West Bank – Egypt
£ Mapped preservation status of the tomb wall paintings
£ Mapped ancient stages of completion for the paintings
£ Studied and analysed the art history of the paintings within conventions and comparisons
£ Conducted Archaeometric analysis for the ancient wall painting technique
£ Assisted in cataloguing and research of objects
GIS Technician| Giza Plateau Mapping Project (GPMP), Giza – Egypt
£ Georeferenced field data
£ Archived fieldwork reports
Egyptologist and Conservation Assistant| Tombs of Maya and the Artists (Saqqara), Giza – Egypt
November 2004 – January 2005
£ Drew, cleaned and catalogued finds from the tomb
£ Cleaned mechanically salt crystals from the painted walls
£ Consolidated fragile areas through the use of polymers
£ Assisted in putting the humidity and temperature detectors in the tomb
Surveyor| North Kharga Oasis Survey (American University in Cairo (AUC), Kharga – Egypt
£ Surveyed among a team the limits of the archaeological site using a theodolite and a GPS
£ Assisted with the magnatometric survey of ‘Ain Tarakwa’
£ Conducted ethnographic research of the area with a focus on agricultural and farming traditions
£ Cleaned, catalogued and assembled ancient wall remains
£ Cooperated with the local governmental unit in the oasis on research for modern agricultural activities
£ Translated and edited from Arabic into English the modern agricultural statistics of the oasis as well as a report about herbal medicinal plants of the oasis
£ Assisted and received training on ceramics drawing
Volunteer Archivist| Rare Books and Special Collections (American University in Cairo (AUC), Cairo – Egypt
October 2002 – March 2003
£ Archived and catalogued the musical notes of the Coptic Liturgy left by Ragheb Moftah for the library
£ Translated from Coptic to English and Arabic the different lyrics and comments
Volunteer Archaeologist| German Archaeological Institute, Cairo – Egypt
Snefru Valley Temple Excavation in Dahshur – Memphite Necropolis
£ Drew plan of the temple
£ Analysed mortar samples for identification of quarry areas and admixtures using different chemical analytical methods
£ Archived photographs for the reconstruction stages of the temple
Volunteer Archaeologist| German Archaeological Institute, Cairo – Egypt
May – July 2003
Colossi of Memnon Conservation Project
£ Archived photographs and other material for the excavations
£ Edited Arabic excavation reports
£ Designed PowerPoint presentations for lectures about the project
Volunteer Egyptologist| Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Cairo – Egypt
May – July 2003
Eternal Egypt Website Project
£ Researched information about a selection of pieces for the website of Eternal Egypt
£ Verified information in the Museum catalogue by observing the different pieces
Egyptian Museum Summer School for Children
£ Put forward thematic tours for the Egyptian Museums that appealed to children
£ Coordinated workshops for children that was based on pedagogical measures to link with their school studies
£ Conducted classes and tours in English and French for foreign children
Animal Mummy Project
£ Initiated ideas for fund raising for the animal mummies through contacting different companies in Egypt
£ Designed and printed t-shirts to be used for fund raising and awareness of the Animal Mummies
£ Wrote bilingual labels for the different displays
£ Cleaned and catalogued different animal and human remains
£ Assisted in the conservation of the mummy of Thutmosis III
£ Got trained on the different chemicals used for the different types of organic conservation
£ Assisted and observed the conservation procedure of the first copper statue in the world of king Pepi I
£ Guest Lecturer: Egyptology Department: The American University in Cairo: Spring and Summer Semester 2013: Selected Topics
£ Guest Lecturer: French University in Cairo: Cultural Heritage Master’s Program: Fall Semester 2012: Selected Topics
£ Lecturer: Alexander von Humboldt University: Egyptology and African Studies Department: May 2012: Egyptian Heritage Course
£ January–May 2006: English Teacher Assistant: ‘The Freshman Writing Program’ at the American University in Cairo – Egypt
£ January 2006: Construction Engineering Department, Student Exchange Program, The American University in Cairo, Guest Speaker on Ancient Egyptian religion and cosmologies and the different aspects of the Coptic culture and history in Cairo - Egypt
Professional Presentations and Invited Talks
£ February 2006: Tahrir Rotary Club, Cairo, Guest Speaker entitled ‘Western Desert Oases Ecology and Archaeology’ Cairo - Egypt
£ June 2007: University of Pisa, ‘La Guerra e i suoi riflessi nelle societa antiche’, Pisa - Italy
£ October 2007: Restoration Center of Sicily, ICCROM and HERIMED, ‘Science and Cultural Heritage in the Mediterranean Area. Diagnostics and Conservation: Experiences and Proposals for a Risk Map’, Sicily - Italy
£ May 2008: Coptic Cultural Centre, “Coptic Culture: Past, Present and Future”, on Sinai in the Coptic Period, Stevenage – United Kingdom
£ May 2008: 10th International Congress of Egyptologists, on Exploring GIS & 3D Applications for the Risk Assessment and Monitoring of the Conservation Procedures of the Tomb TT14 in Luxor, Rhodes - Greece
£ October 2008: Netherlands - Flemish Institute in Cairo, “Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean”, on Sinai… another name for "Cultural Exchange" in the Mediterranean, poster presented in the Egyptian Museum Gallery, Cairo - Egypt
£ November 2008: Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo, “The Peoples of the Eastern Desert”, on ‘The Documentation of the Cultural Heritage of the Bedouins of South Sinai: A Pilot Study’, Cairo - Egypt
£ November 2009: American Archaeological Institute, Guest Speaker on Cultural Resource Management and Serabit el-Khadim area experience, Cairo - Egypt
£ October 2011: Cairo University, Guest Speaker on Community Archaeology and Governance of Space in Egypt after January 25th Revolution, Cairo - Egypt
£ May 2012: Topoi Cluster of Excellence: Architopia, “Global heritage – worlds apart: The cultural production, appropriation and consumption of archaeological heritage spaces”. Lecture was co-presented with Dr. Gemma Tully entitled ‘One landscape many tenants: Uncovering multiple claims, visions and meanings on the Theban Necropolis’, Berlin - Germany
£ June 2012: Association of Critical Heritage Studies, “Re/theorisation of Heritage Studies”. Lecture was co presented with Dr. Gemmy Tully entitled ‘The many gates of Thebes: Negotiating heritage on the Theban Necropolis’, Gothenburg - Sweden
£ February 2012: Free University and Alexander von Humboldt University, TOPOI Excellence Cluster, Third Meeting of the CSG-V-think tank, entitled 'Bab Hagar': From practice to theory, collaborative archaeology and the Theban Necropolis, Berlin - Germany
£ August 2013: Egypt Exploration Society, London Seminar: ‘Looting Egypt: Analysis and Prospects’, London - United Kingdom
£ August 2013: Egyptian Culture Centre in London: ‘The status of Egyptian Heritage post January 25, 2011’, London – United Kingdom
£ April 2014: Cooper Union: SAFE beacon Award Lecture, ‘Saving Ancient Egypt: One Tweet at a Time’, New York – United States
£ April 2014: Wilson Centre, ‘The Arab Spring and the State of Egypt’s Antiquities’, Washington – United States
£ March 2015: Netherlands and Flemish Institute in Cairo: ‘How Egyptian Heritage Plays a Role in Post-Conflict Identity Formation’, Cairo – Egypt
£ April 2015: Swedish Institute in Cairo: ‘Citizens for Heritage’, Alexandria – Egypt
£ February 2016: Women’s Federation of China: ‘Time-Telling in Ancient Egypt’, Beijing – China
£ March 2016: Key-Note Speaker in the Cultural Heritage Symposium: ‘Beyond Destruction: Archaeology and Cultural Heritage in the Middle East and North Africa’, University of Berkeley, San Francisco – United States
£ Brown University 2016: State of the Field: Pushing the Political Boundaries of Archaeological Work in Egypt
£ Cologne University 2017: The Egyptian Cultural Heritage Post 2011
£ EFEO Meeting in Cambodia 2017: Documenting the Cultural Heritage loss post 2011
£ Bibliotheca Alexandrina 2018: Oxford EAMENA Training Inauguration Project: Cultural Heritage Attrition post 2011
£ Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna 2018: http://icom-oesterreich.at/kalender/icom-palmyra-gespraeche-raubgraeber-aus-tradition: The State of the Egyptian Cultural Heritage post 2011
£ Egyptian Embassy in Austria; Egyptian Cultural Bureau in Vienna 2018: The Economic Future of the Egyptian Cultural Heritage
£ The Goethe Institute in Berlin 2018: Heritage Deferred Panel Discussion.
£ Orientalism, the Classics and Egypt 2019: Decolonising Heritage: Collecting and its Relation to Power, Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Monographs or Essays
£ Hanna, Monica, 2015. Documenting Looting Activities in Post-2011 Egypt. Countering Illicit Traffic in Cultural Goods: The Global Challenge of Protecting the World’s Heritage. Paris: ICOM, pp. 47-63.
£ Egyptian Antiquities Information Systems, 2006. The Historical Sites of Egypt. Volume I: Ash-Sharqiyyah Governorate. Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities.
£ Hanna, M. 2020 Cultural Heritage Attrition. Testing the Canon of Ancient Near Eastern Art and Archaeology. Oxford University Press (Submitted and Accepted).
£ Hanna, M. 2014. Egypt’s Struggle. Current World Archaeology. Issue 63, pp. 12-13.
£ Hanna, M., 2013. Looting in Egypt: The Unfortunate Site of Abusir el-Malek. Society for the Study of the Egyptian Antiquities Newsletter, 2, pp. 3-4.
£ Hanna, M. 2013. What Has Happened to Egyptian Heritage after the 2011 Unfinished Revolution. JEMAHS. 1(4), pp. 370-374.
£ Ikram, S and Hanna, M. 2013. Looting and Landgrabbing: The Current Situation. ARCE Bulletin. 202, pp. 34-39.
£ Hanna, M., 2013. Losing Heritage, Losing Identity. Al-Rawi, 5, pp.23-25.
£ Hanna, M., Keshk, F., and Abou Bakr, S., 2009. Serabit el-Khadim. Eternal Egypt, (1), pp.128-135.
£ Hanna, M., Keshk, F., and Abou Bakr, S., 2009. Serabit el-Khadim: the Place and the People. Turath: Egypt’s Heritage Review, 2(4), pp.16-20.
£ Hanna, M., Salvoldi, D., 2008. Out of Egypt, I called my Son: The Western and the Eastern Traditions. Parrhêsia: A quarterly publication of the Friends of the Coptic Museum, (2), pp.5-6.
£ Tully, Gemma, and Monica Hanna. "One Landscape, Many Tenants: Uncovering Multiple Claims, Visions and Meanings on the Theban Necropolis." Archaeologies 9.3 (2013): 362-397.
£ Betrò, M., Hanna, M., (in press) Exploring GIS & 3D Applications for the Risk Assessment and Monitoring of the Conservation Procedures of the Tomb TT14 in Luxor. In: P. Kousoulis, N. Lazaridis, eds. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Egyptologists, University of the Aegean, Rhodes, 22-29 May 2008. Leuven: Peeters.
£ Hanna, M., Keshk, F., and Abou Bakr, S., 2012. The Documentation of the Cultural Heriage of the Bedouins of South Sinai. In: H. Bernard. Ed. 2012, The Peoples of the Eastern Desert. San Francisco: The Costen Institute Press.
£ Hanna, M., 2012. Sinai during the Coptic Period. In: M. Ayad, ed. 2012. Coptic Culture: Past, Present and Future. London: The Coptic Orthodox Church Centre, pp.83-94.
£ Hanna, M., 2008. The Ways of Horus. In: G. Miniaci, ed. 2008. La Guerra e i suoi riflessi nelle società antiche. Pisa: ETS, pp.89-96.
Press reports and newspaper articles
£ Hanna, M., 2013, Ancient Heliopolis under threat. Daily News Egypt, [online] 19 June. Available at: <http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2013/06/19/ancient-heliopolis-under-threat/>
£ Ikram, S., Hanna, M., 2013, Looting Egypt: Abu Sir Al-Maleq. Daily News Egypt, [online] 5 June. Available at: <http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2013/06/05/looting-egypt-abu-sir-al-maleq/>
£ Salvoldi, D., Hanna, M., 2012. Egitto, un anno dopo. Diritto di Critica, [online] 6 February. Available at: <http://www.dirittodicritica.com/2012/02/06/egitto-un-anno-dopo/>
£ Hanna, M., Keshk, F., 2012. The Cemetry of Tahrir. Poster in: Current Research in Egyptology XIII.
£ Hanna, M., Keshk, F., 2008. Sinai's Heritage Map. Poster in: NVIC exhibition, Egyptian Museum, Cairo
£ Hanna, M. Newshour, PBS. [video online] Available at: <http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/egyptian-scholar-fights-archaeological-looting-exposure-social-media/>
£ Hanna, M. Unreported World: Egypt’s Tomb Raiders, Channel 4. [video online] Available at:< http://www.channel4.com/programmes/unreported-world/videos/all/unreported-world-shorts-egypts-tomb-raiders>
£ Hanna, M., Badr, I., 2013. كارثة سرابيط الخادم.. الحكومة تدمر أقدم معبد أثري بسيناء, el-Badil TV. [video online] Available at: <https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=z0T3_BSD0Yg>
£ Hanna M., Badr, I., el-Zeiny, M., 2013. كارثة "ابوصير الملق" .. الإهمال الحكومي يهدر حقبة تاريخية من الحضارة المصرية, el-Badil TV. [video online] Available at: <https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ja-c9ayHyDg>
Heritage Activism: Coordinated Four Campaigns for the Salvage of Antiquities post-25 January 2011:
£ CPAC: Cultural Property Advisory Committee in State Department in the US Testimonial on behalf of Egyptian independent academics on the bilateral agreement between Egypt and the United States on the ban of the import of Egyptian cultural ethnographic objects; written account can be found here: <http://www.regulations.gov/contentStreamer?objectId=09000064816fb685&disposition=attachment&contentType=pdf>
£ Cultural Heritage and Identity
£ Archaeological Ethnography
£ Cultural Heritage as means of Sustainable Development
£ Community Archaeology
£ Digital Heritage
£ Education and Cultural Heritage
£ Conservation, Preservation and Site Management of Archaeological Sites
£ Vernacular Museology
£ Ethnoarchaeology, experimental archaeology and intangible heritage
£ Ecological and Archaeological Tourism Development
£ Risk Assessment for Archaeological Sites, Monuments and Museums
£ Teaching and Learning by Experience
£ Art History
£ Prehistoric Rock Art
£ Archaeometric Analysis: precious stones’ isotopes as means for identifying artefacts forgery, radiocarbon -14, OSL, and thermoluminescence dating
£ Geophysical Archaeology
£ Travel in Antiquity
£ Bilingual in Arabic and English
£ Proficient Italian (Speaking and Writing)
£ Good French (Speaking and Reading)
£ Fair German (Reading)
£ Middle Egyptian (Advanced)
£ Coptic (Middle)
£ Demotic (Basic)
£ Latin (Basic)
£ Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Publisher, SAP, Auto-cad, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, AutoCAD, 3D Studio Max, Course Genie.
£ Geographical Information System(GIS): arc info, arc view and arc catalogue.
References Furnished Upon Request
مستشار عام لشئون الحضارة والتراث بمجموعة كاسل جورنال ورئيس اللجنة العلمية التاريخية بمجلة كاسل الحضارة والتراث