Eslam is familiar with Egyptology issues by focusing on interdisciplinary studies such as archaeology, ancient Egyptian language, and cultural heritage. His main research goal is to explore ancient civilizations' monuments and cultures that remain active in our world today by drawing links between ancient and contemporary cultural heritage.
PhD Dissertation Title
Food Heritage of Ancient and Contemporary Egypt with Particular Emphasis on Meat Products
Salem, E., Hewedi, M., Abdalla, A., Fahim, T., & Khalil, F., (2018). Food Heritage: Proximate Composition Analysis of Forelegs of Steers (“Oxen”) and Their Pharaonic Cultural Context. Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections, 20(1), 58-70. Retrieved from https://journals.uair.arizona.edu/index.php/jaei/article/view/23130
Salem, E., (2015). Constructions and Additions of the Late Period Kings in the Temples of Upper Egypt: A philological Cultural Study, M.Sc. Thesis., Faculty of Tourism & Hotels, Fayoum University.
Salem, E., Omran, R., & Abdul Wahab, W., (2015). The Gateways of King Nectanebo I at Karnak Temples' Precinct. International Journal of Heritage, Tourism, And Hospitality, 9(1). Retrieved from http://journals.fayoum.edu.eg/index.php/Tourism/article/view/52
Salem, E. (2016, February). Festival Planning of Ancient Egypt. The 9th International Conference on Tourism and Hospitality, Marsa Alam, Egypt.
Salem, E. (2016, February). Study on the Birth Houses' Architecture of the Late Period. The 9th International Conference on Tourism and Hospitality, Marsa - Alam, Egypt.
Salem, E. (2019, April). Food Heritage: Proximate Composition Analysis of Forelegs of Steers (“Oxen”) and Their Pharaonic Cultural Context. The 2019 ARCE Annual Meeting, Virginia, Washington DC. (First Place in the student poster contest)
HONORS AND AWARDS
The 2019 ARCE Annual Meeting (April 2019)
The first place in the student poster contest during the Annual Meeting of (ARCE) the American Research in Egypt, Virginia, Washington DC.
Postgraduate Research Scholarship (2018-2020)
Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education, Mission Sector