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Bibliographies from Plenary Sessions of the 10th International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, 17-22 September 2012.
10th International Congress of Coptic Studies
From this page are linked 11 bibliographies in .pdf, which are described and cataloged individually below. Topics include Coptic Art, Archaeology, Linguistics, Literature, Liturgy, and much more. Temporal coverage varies but is usually mid-2000s to 2012.
Ethiopic literary production related to the Egyptian culture
Alessandro Bausi, Hamburg
This 30-page .pdf file is a select, yet still extremely extensive, bibliography focused on works in Ethiopic Studies of most interest to Coptologists. It is arranged topically, with entries in chronological order under each topic, and covers items (articles and monographs) as late as 2012.
Coptic Literature (2008-2012)
Heike Behlmer, Gottingen
This 12-page .pdf covers works published in 2008-2012, including monographs and articles. They are arranged by subtopics, and alphabetically by author within subtopic.
Coptic Liturgy (2004-2012)
Heinzgerd Brakmann, Bonn
This 12-page .pdf covers works (monographs and articles) published in 2004-2012, arranged alphabetically by author with no subtopics.
Shenoutean Studies: A Select Bibliography
Andrew Crislip, Virginia Commonwealth University
This 12-page .pdf includes monographs and articles, arranged alphabetically by author, published as late as 2012.
Documentary Papyrology (2008-2012)
Alain Delattre, Leiden
This 17-page .pdf includes monographs and articles in multiple languages, arranged alphabetically by author, published between 2008 and 2012.
Egyptian Monasticism (2008-2012)http://www.copticcongress2012.uniroma1.it/Report_Goehring.pdf
James E. Goehring, University of Mary Washington
This 17-page .dpf is divided by subtopic, and within each subtopic books and dissertations and articles are listed separately, alphabetically by author.
Coptic Archaeology (2008-2012)
Karel C. Innemée, Leiden
This 6-page .pdf includes mostly articles, in multiple languages, arranged alphabetically by author.
Coptic Art (2008-2012)
Gertrud J.M. van Loon, Catholic University of Leuven
This 22-page .pdf is divided into subtopics, including Museum Catalogs, Drawing and Painting, and Iconography, with works listed alphabetically by author within subtopics. It includes monographs and articles in multiple languages published from 2008-2012.
Coptic Linguistics (2008-2012)
Tonio Sebastian Richter, Leipzig
This 7-page .pdf includes articles and monographs in multiple languages pubkished in 2008-2012, arranged alphabetically by author.
Coptic Codicology and Paleography (2004-2012)
Sofía Torallas Tovar, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Spain
This 18-page .pdf includes articles and monographs and is organized by subtopics, including Cataloging, Coptic Libraries, and Paleography. Works, which are in multiple languages, are organized alphabetically by author.
Gnosticism and Manicheanism (2008-2012)
Gregor Wurst, Augsberg
The 11-page, double-printed .pdf has sections on Gnosticism and Manicheanism, with works divided into monographs and articles under each topic, listed alphabetically by author. Works are in multiple languages.