Dr. Ramez Mikhail
.A., Classical Studies, University of California, Riverside.
MLIS, San Jose State University.
M.A., Applied Orthodox Theology, University of Balamand, Lebanon.
PhD. (in progress), Liturgical Studies and Sacramental Theology, University of Vienna, Austria.
Ramez Mikhail holds a BA in Classical Studies from University of California, Riverside and an MLIS (Masters of Library and Information Science) from San Jose State University. He has recently completed a Master of Arts in Applied Orthodox Theology from the University of Balamand in Lebanon, with a thesis on The Presanctified Liturgy in the Alexandrian Tradition.
Ramez is currently working on his doctorate in Liturgical Studies and Sacramental Theology at the Faculty of Catholic Theology of the University of Vienna in Austria. His research focuses on the historical development and theology of the Coptic rite of the Prothesis.
“On Evening Worship in Egypt: A Theological Evaluation of Contemporary Practice in Light of Patristic and Medieval Sources.” Coptica 12 (2013), 77-94.
“Aspects of Witness in the Coptic Liturgical Tradition.” Alexandria School Journal 1 (2014), 1-26.
“The Coptic Church and the Presanctified Liturgy: The Story of a Rejected Tradition.” Alexandria School Journal 3 (2016), 2-37.