Middle Eastern Christianity, including Coptic and Armenian
Old and Biblical Aramaic epigraphy and texts
Relations between Syriac Christianity and Islam
Amir Harrak has a diploma in Classical Philosophy and another in Theology from the Syro-Chaldean Dominican Seminary in Iraq (1973), licence degree in Semitic Philology and another in Archaeology and Art History from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium (1980), and MA and PhD in Assyriology and Aramaic Studies from the University of Toronto (1987). His teaching covers Biblical Aramaic, Aramaic Epigraphy, Syriac historical and Exegetical texts, in addition to Middle Eastern Christianity, and Christian literature from the Middle East. He has many publications pertaining to Syriac chronography, Syriac legal literature, history of Syriac Christianity, and Syriac epigraphy. His current projects include a Guide to the Aramaic of Ezra and Daniel and art and architecture of churches of Iraq.