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David Rull (Barcelona, 1972) is a professor, scientific disseminator, content creator and guide of scientific and cultural expeditions.
PhD in Egyptology in Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) with a doctoral thesis on The Pyramid Texts. Master in Oriental Studies – Egyptology in Institut d’Estudis del Pròxim Orient Antic (IEPOA-UAB) and Graduate in Philosophy in UAB.
Currently, he is an associate professor in the Department de Periodisme i Ciències de la Comunicació (UAB) and professor of the Master in Travel Journalism. He is also a collaborating professor of the Master Interuniversitari del Pròxim Orient antic (UOC-UAB-UA), as well as a tutor for the UOC's Degree in Humanities. For more than ten years he has taught Ancient Egyptian, Literature and Religion to the third cycle programs of the IEPOA-UAB.
As a scientific disseminator, consultant and content creator, he has worked for publications such as Historia National Geographic, GEO or Lonely Planet Magazine. Since 2015 he has collaborated with Caixaforum making contents and conferences such as “On the banks of the Nile. Journey in search of the animals of the pharaohs” (2015) or “Histories of the Nile” (2019-2021).
For over Twenty years he also is advisor and organiser of travels and expeditions for agencies and private companies to Egypt, North and East Africa, Near East and Sahara.