Laudian Professor of Arabic

Laudian Professor of Arabic

The Laudian Professorship of Arabic was established by Archbishop Laud of Canterbury in favour of Oxford University. Its first holder was the noted orientalist Edward Pococke (1604-1696) who entered the post in 1636. Subsequent holders have included:

The current occupant is Geert Jan van Gelder.

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