Rosy Azar Beyhom is developing her second phase of her post-doctoral project. In the last year, she investigated the musical network that can be found in al-Wāfī bi-l-Wafayāt by Ibn Aybak aṣ-Ṣafadī. While considering migration as a powerful tool to move sciences in the old world, music that moves – when played and sang –, and that is moved (carried, copied, and translated), holds an important part in the transformation of sciences. Rosy earned her PhD from the University of Münster - Westfälische Wilhelms Universität (WWU) with a Magna Cum Laude in Musicology and Arabic studies. She is a co-founder and permanent co-editor of the Nemo-online peer-reviewed musicological journal (https://zenodo.org/communities/nemo-online/?page=1&size=20).
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The sciences of the Arabs started to travel and transfer through traders, merchants, diplomats to everywhere in the world, where some of these connections to music already existed (like Persia, India) or not.