Yasmine Amory was trained in Classics at the University of Florence and at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (Paris), where she received a Master’s degree and was initiated to Greek Papyrology. She then perfected her papyrological skills in Late Antique documents at the 9th Summer Institute in Papyrology (Princeton University, 2014). She also has an acquaintance with Coptic Language and Papyrology.
She obtained her PhD title at the École Pratique des Hautes Études in 2018. Her dissertation concerned the edition and re-edition of the Greek letters of the archive of Dioscorus of Aphrodite (Title: Communiquer par écrit dans l’Égypte de l’Antiquité tardive: les lettres grecques des archives de Dioscore d’Aphrodité [Égypte, VIe s. apr. J.-C.]). As a postdoctoral fellow of the ERC project EVWRIT, she will investigate the graphic conventions in use according to documentary types, developing the recent theory of “paléographie signifiante”. She is also participating in the edition of papyri from the collection of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Her research interests include documentary papyrology, Late Antique epistolography, communication practices and Greek-Coptic language contacts.