Amal Marogy is Affiliated Researcher in Neo-Aramaic Studies at the University of Cambridge and is Founder and Executive Director of the Aradin Charitable Trust (www.aradin.org.uk). She holds a PhD in Oriental Languages and Cultures from the University of Ghent (Belgium). Amal taught Arabic at several European universities including University of Cambridge and was Director of Studies in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at King’s College.
Her research interest covers a wide range of topics from Christianity in the Middle East, to preservation of endangered cultural heritage, intercultural dialogue, women in minority communities, Islam in Europe, Neo-Aramaic and Arabic linguistics.
She will be embarking on an MSt in Social Innovation next year at the Cambridge Judge Business School.
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