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W. Matt Malczycki is an assistant professor in the Department of History at Auburn University. His specialty is Islamic history with an emphasis on the Middle East. In addition to courses on Islamic and Middle Eastern history, he also teaches "HIST 1010 "World History I" and HIST 3800 "The Historian's Craft." Syllabi for both past and proposed courses are available on Academia.edu (https://auburn.academia.edu/WMattMalczycki).
Malczycki's primary research field is Arabic papyrology, a small but growing subfield of Islamic studies devoted to the examination of primary source texts from the first three Islamic centuries. Copies of his publications in that field are available on Academia.edu (https://auburn.academia.edu/WMattMalczycki).
His current research interest is the interplay politics, religion, and society in early Islamic North Africa (Ifriqiya). He is currently working on a monograph that focuses on the period from the conquest/opening (ca 642 CE) to the rise of the Aghlabid Emirate (ca 800).
Prof. Malczycki serves on the Department of History's Undergraduate Committee and Assessment Committee. He is also the secretary for the Auburn chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (http://www.auburn.edu/pbk/) and the secretary-treasurer of the International Society for Arabic Papyrology (http://www.ori.uzh.ch/isap.html).
Office hours are TR 9AM-12PM and every afternoon by appointment.
(Just e-mail for an appointment.)
W. Matt Malczycki
Department of History
310 Thach Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
office: 329 Thach Hall
Last Updated:Jan.11, 2013