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Dahlia Khay Azeez

Dahlia Khay Azeez, born July 25, 1981, in Baghdad. She was raised in a family whose members belong to: the Ancient Church of the East, the Assyrian Church of the East, the Chaldean Church, and the Evangelical Church. In 2005, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in computer science at Al-Mansour University College/Baghdad; in 2012, she obtained a diploma from the Centre for Eastern Studies/Baghdad, established by the redemptorist fathers. She was then encouraged by Father Vincent Van Vossel, the redemptorist, to continue her research at KU Leuven/Belgium, where she received her bachelor’s and master’s in systematic theology. In 2022, she achieved her Ph.D. at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome, under the supervision of Professor Herma Teule. Since 2016, she has been teaching at the Centre for Eastern Studies/Baghdad, lecturing on Theology/Modern history of the Church of the East, and the Syriac Renaissance. In 2023, she has been invited to teach “Syriac Fathers” at the Babel College/Erbil and “Eastern Theology” at the Catholic University/Erbil (CUE). As for her artistic experience, she participated in local galleries in Baghdad with other artists; some of her paintings were published in Rome in a book entitled “Liturgy from Below" in 2017. Her designs on windows can be found in a few churches in Baghdad. 

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The Collection of Wardā

A Contextual and Christological Analysis
ISBN: 978-1-4632-4589-4
A study of twenty hymns from the collection of liturgical hymns known as the “Book of Wardā” – hymns attributed to a poet from the thirteenth century named Gīwargīs Wardā. The hymns of this book are chanted during the liturgy of the Assyrian Church of the East, Ancient Church of the East, and the Chaldean Church. A critical edition and translation is given for each poem, and the book includes a commentary on the themes expressed in the poems.
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