2021 PhD in Middle Eastern Studies, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge (Supervisor: Geoffrey Khan)
2017 MA in Middle Eastern Studies, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Chicago (Supervisor: Fred Donner)
2016 BA in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations/Religious Studies, University of Chicago
Connolly, M.M. and Nick Posegay. 2021. “A Survey of Personal-Use Qurʾan Manuscripts Based on Fragments from the Cairo Genizah.” Journal of Qurʾanic Studies 23.2, 1-40. [DOI].
Posegay, Nick. 2021. “The Marking of Poetry: A Rare Vocalization System from an Early Qurʾān Manuscript in Chicago, Paris, and Doha.” Journal of Near Eastern Studies 80 (1), 73-89, [DOI].
Posegay, Nick. 2021. “Hissing, Gnashing, Piercing, Cracking: Naming Vowels in Medieval Hebrew.” New Perspectives in Biblical and Rabbinic Hebrew, eds. Aaron D. Hornkohl and Geoffrey Khan. Cambridge Semitic Languages and Cultures. Cambridge: University of Cambridge & Open Book Publishers, 29-55, [DOI].
Posegay, Nick. 2021. “To Belabour the Points: Encoding Vowel Phonology in Syriac and Hebrew Vocalization.” Journal of Semitic Studies LXVI (1), 53-76, [DOI].
Posegay, Nick. 2021. “Men of Letters in the Syriac Scribal Tradition: Dawid bar Pawlos, Rabban Rāmišoʿ, and the Family of Beṯ Rabban.” Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 24.1, 127-186, [link].
Posegay, Nick and Estara J Arrant. 2021. “Three Fragments of a Judaeo-Arabic Translation of Ecclesiastes with Full Tiberian Vocalisation.” Intellectual History of the Islamicate World 9.3, 259-296, [DOI].
Connolly, M.M. and Nick Posegay. 2020. “‘An Arabic Qurʾān, that you might understand’: Qurʾān Fragments in the T-S Arabic Cairo Genizah Collection.” Journal of Islamic Manuscripts 11.3, 292-351, [DOI].
Posegay, Nick. 2020. “Connecting the Dots: The Shared Phonological Tradition in Syriac, Arabic, and Hebrew Vocalisation.” Studies in Semitic Vocalisation and Reading Traditions, eds. Aaron D. Hornkohl and Geoffrey Khan. Cambridge Semitic Languages and Cultures, 3. Cambridge: University of Cambridge & Open Book Publishers, 191-226, [DOI].
Posegay, Nick. 2020. “A Judaeo-Arabic Biblical Glossary as a Source for Arabic Historical Dialectology.” Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies 20, 33-52, [DOI].