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Dirk Obbink

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Dirk Obink is an American-born papyrologist and Classicist.

His research is instrumental in his association with the Manuscript Research Collegium housed at ISR. –

He is the Lecturer in Papyrology and Greek Literature in the Faculty of Classics at Oxford University and is the head of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri Project. Obbink is also Fellow and Tutor in the University of Oxford (Christ Church). he received his PhD from Stanford University.