Lawrence Conrad

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Lawrence I. Conrad (born 1949), is a historian of Near Eastern Medicine, at the UCL Centre for the History of Medicine in London, UK and a Lecturer at University College, London.

He received his Ph.D. from Princeton University. He is the author of numerous studies on medieval Near Eastern social history, Arabic and Islamic medicine, and Arabic, Greek, and Syriac historiography.

He collaborated with Albrecht Noth on the second edition of The Early Arabic Historical Tradition: A Source-Critical Study (1994).

Some of his work is published in the book Quest for the Historical Muhammad edited by Ibn Warraq.

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