Sherine El-Menshawy is currently an Associate Professor at Humanities Department, History-program at Qatar University. She received her Ph.D. from Liverpool University in 2001, area of specialization and research interests comprise ancient history, earliest civilizations, archaeology and cultural heritage. Recent research includes: “Unpublished Royal Shabtis of Queen @nwt-tAwy,” DE 62 (2005); “Unpublished private Shabtis from the Greco-Roman Museum,” Abgadyat. Archaeological International Journal, December 2007; “Unpublished Material from The Arab Museum of Modern Art At Qatar - Doha II Osiris Naos,” in JARCE 46 (2010); “Unpublished Material from The Arab Museum of Modern Art at Qatar - Doha I,” JARCE 47 (2011); “Aspects of the Office of Temple Gardener in Ancient Egypt - A reconsideration of the recently published stela TN.,” DE 65 (2012; “Notes on Rock Carvings from Qatar” in Abgadyat Journal 11th issue (2016); “Impact of Undergraduate Research Experience Program (UREP) on Teaching History at Qatar University”, in International Journal of Social Relevance & Concern Volume 4 Issue 10 October 2016. She has awarded number of University grants, Student grants, UREP and NPRP. Courses taught at Qatar University include History and Civilization of Ancient Mesopotamia; History and Civilization of Ancient Egypt; Civilizations of the Ancient World; History of Arabs Pre-Islam; Introduction to History; Woman and Gender in Ancient Near East.