Khalid Zahri is Assistant Director, Curator, and researcher for the manuscript collection of the Hassania Royal Library in Morocco. He travels widely to share his expertise in manuscript preservation and publication of glosses and commentaries. He has presented lectures and facilitated workshops across the Arab world, Southeast Asia, and Western Europe. He is an established expert in Muslim theology (kalām), Sufism, and the methodology of Islamic law (uṣūl al-fiqh). He has published close to 100 academic works in Arabic and French on a range of topics including “Kalām”, “Uṣūl al-Fiqh”, ‘Taṣawwuf”, “Bibliography”, “Cataloguing” (Fahrasah) and “Codicological and Philological studies”, among them more than 20 books, including Maghribī Ashʿarī Sources (2017); From ʿIlm al-Kalām to Fiqh al-Kalām (2017), The Arabic Manuscript: New Horizons in Codicology, Philology, and Cataloging within the Islamic Manuscript Tradition (2017).