Moudhy Al-Rashid


Dr Moudhy Al-Rashid is a postdoctoral research fellow at Wolfson College (University of Oxford), where she also earned her MPhil in Cuneiform Studies and DPhil in Oriental Studies. Her research looks at terminology for mental distress in cuneiform medical texts with particular focus on the Akkadian libbu “heart” as a metaphor for the experience of illness. She original comes from Saudi Arabia, where she grew up, but now calls England home.

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