In 2014, Jan Thiele, who was then Research Fellow at Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CCHS), Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid, joined the CmY as member of the Editorial Committee. He was involved in the preparation of issues 19 (old series) to 9/28 and in the Special issues 1 and 2, and he retired from the CmY in 2019. He was then promoted Editor-in-Chief of the journal Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, published by Brill.
Jan Thiele’s work focuses on rational theology and its manuscript heritage. His publications include Theologie in der jemenitischen Zaydiyya (Brill, 2013). See https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8865-5997
Maxim Yosefi, research fellow at the Seminar for Arabic and Islamic Studies of the University of Göttingen, started contributing to CmY in 2017. Apart from critical reviews (in issues 5/24 and 8/27) and a full-length article of his own (in issue 6/25), he prepared revised, edited and annotated English translations of the catalogues by A. Khalidov (1979) and V. Belyaev (1947), published in issues 7/26 and 10/29. He was also responsible for reviews of Arabic press in issues 6/25-9/28. Maxim Yosefi’s research interests include classical and tribal Arabic poetry, ethnography of the text, and the influence of Islamic and pre-Islamic ethical concepts on poets.
Adday Hernández López
Adday Hernández López was a member of the Editorial Committee for 6 issues of the nCmY — from issue 10/29 (January 2020) to issue 15/34 (July 2022).
Adday Hernández López is a scholar specialising in Islamic law in the premodern Islamic West, in the intellectual history in the same area and in the Arabic literature of the Horn of Africa. She has retired from the nCmY to become a tenured researcher at the Institute of Languages and Cultures of the Mediterranean, CSIC (ILC), Madrid, where she had been a postdoctoral researcher. She has contributed to three research projects, has been awarded several prizes and scholarships, published works and articles in English and Spanish as a sole author and in co-authorship. She remains the deputy director of the Journal Hesperia: Culturas del Mediterráneo and secretary of the journal Anaquel de Estudios Árabes.