vendredi 13 septembre 2019

Bourse post doctorale sur Ibn Sina

Commentaries on Ibn Sīnā’s Qaṣīdat al-nafs

Commentaries on Ibn Sīnā’s Qaṣīdat al-nafs

Deux bourses de recherches postdoctorales
Two postdoc research grants
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Publié le mardi 10 septembre 2019 par Anastasia Giardinelli
RÉSUMÉ
Suite à la nomination à un poste définitif d’un de nos chercheurs, nous avons le plaisir d’offrir deux bourses de recherches postdoctorales pour une durée de 12 mois et de 9 mois respectivement pour le projet « Avicenna East & West I : Commentaries on the Qaṣīdat al-nafs ». Le objectifs du projet sont : (1) Comprendre la diffusion de la pensée avicennienne au sens large dans l’Orient musulman à travers l’analyse des commentaires du Poème de l’âme. (2) Procéder à une analyse transversale des commentaires pour déterminer sur quelles questions précises, en quels termes, en utilisant quels types d’arguments, quelles références, quel type de discours, les commentateurs s’affrontent au texte et entre eux.

ANNONCE

Présentation

Deux bourses postdoctorales pour une durée de 12 mois et de 9 mois respectivement pour le projet « Avicenna East & West I : Commentaries on the Qaṣīdat al-nafs » (FRS-FNRS ; UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique | C. Bonmariage)

Objectifs du projet

(1) Comprendre la diffusion de la pensée avicennienne au sens large dans l’Orient musulman à travers l’analyse des commentaires du Poème de l’âme.
(2) Procéder à une analyse transversale des commentaires pour déterminer sur quelles questions précises, en quels termes, en utilisant quels types d’arguments, quelles références, quel type de discours, les commentateurs s’affrontent au texte et entre eux.

Volets 2019-2020

(1) Edition et analyse des commentaires de ʿAlī b. Sulaymān al-Baḥrānī (m. 672/1274), ʿAfīf al-Dīn al-Tilimsanī (610-690/1213-1291), Dāʾūd al-Qayṣarī (m. 751/1350)
(2) Analyse comparée des commentaires de Dāʾūd al-Anṭākī (m. 1599) et de ʿAbd al-Raʾūf al-Munāwī (m. 1621)
(3) Exposé synthétique sur la tradition des commentaires de la Qaṣīdat al-nafs
Les chercheurs temporaires postdoctoraux seront responsables du volet 2 (Anṭākī/Munāwī) et contribueront aux deux autres volets.  Elles/ils contribueront également aux activités du centre de recherches, et à la vie académique de l’Institut supérieur de philosophie (ISP) et de l’Institut orientaliste de Louvain (INCAL/CIOL ; ERC PhilAnd).

Profil

Doctorat dans un domaine pertinent pour la recherche à effectuer. Excellente connaissance de l’arabe ; capacité à travailler sur manuscrits. Le candidat / la candidate fera état d’une formation solide en arabe et en histoire intellectuelle (et/ou en histoire de la médecine) en Islam pré-moderne. Préférence sera donnée aux candidats ayant une expérience en édition de textes et/ou dans l’étude de traditions de commentaires. La capacité à assurer une portion d’un cours introductif sur la pensée arabo-islamique pré-moderne constitue un atout.

Entrée en fonction et conditions

Bourse postdoctorale du Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique (FRS-FNRS, Belgique) réservée aux chercheurs ayant obtenu le titre de docteur pas plus de 6 ans avant la date d’entrée en fonction et n’ayant pas résidé ou eu leur activité principale en Belgique plus de 24 mois au cours des trois années qui précèdent la date de leur entrée en fonction. Les candidats n’ayant pas encore soutenu leur thèse peuvent postuler, mais ils doivent avoir obtenu leur doctorat au moment de la prise de fonction.
Lieu de travail : Institut supérieur de philosophie. UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgique)
Entrée en fonction : 1 janvier 2020 ou au plus tôt après cette date
  • Il y a une certaine flexibilité sur le nombre de mois à prester ainsi que sur la date d’entrée en fonction. Les candidats souhaitant une période plus courte (6 mois min.) ou plus longue, ou discuter de la date de leur prise de fonction (y compris pour l’avancer), sont invités à en faire état dans leur lettre de candidature.
  • Deux bourses de 9 mois et 12 mois respectivement ;
  • min. 2 400 EUR par mois (selon ancienneté) ;
  • travail à temps plein à Louvain-la-Neuve, avec max. 2H d’encadrement par semaine, le reste du temps étant consacré à la recherche au sens large (y compris la participation aux séminaires, les travaux préparatoires aux publications, la diffusion des résultats de la recherche et l’organisation de manifestations scientifiques).

Modalités de candidature

Envoyez votre dossier de candidature comprenant une lettre de motivation expliquant comment vous entendez contribuer au projet, un cv, un échantillon de publication scientifique, ainsi que les noms et détails de contact de deux référents académiques à l’adresse suivante :

info-fite@uclouvain.be

Les candidatures seront examinées dès le 1er octobre 2019 et seront acceptées jusqu’à ce que les postes soient pourvus.

Interviews par vidéoconférence prévues la semaine du 7 octobre 2019.

Critères de sélection 

  • excellence du dossier, adéquation du profil à la recherche demandée, capacité de s’intégrer à l’équipe de recherche ;
  • comme indiqué ci-dessus, préférence sera donnée aux candidats ayant une expérience en édition de textes et/ou dans l’étude de traditions de commentaires ;
  • la capacité à assurer une portion d’un cours introductif sur la pensée arabo-islamique pré-moderne constitue un atout.

Composition du jury 

Membres de l’Institut supérieur de philosophie et de l’Institut orientaliste (UCLouvain). Les candidatures retenues sont présentées pour accord à l’organisme qui finance le projet de recherche (FRS-FNRS Belgique).
  • Cécile Bonmariage (FRS-FNRS | UCLouvain - Institut supérieur de philosophie)
  • Godefroid de Callataÿ (UCLouvain - INCAL - Institut orientaliste)
  • Sébastien Moureau (FRS-FNRS | UCLouvain - INCAL - Institut orientaliste)

dimanche 8 septembre 2019

EURAMES Info Service 36/2019


CONFERENCES

1.    International Conference: "Glocal Islamism 2019 – Phenomena, Interdependencies, Prevention", Potsdam, 15-17 October 2019

2.    Online Meeting: “Islamicate Digital Humanities”, Islamicate Digital Humanities Network (IDHN), 6 November 2019

3.    Conference on Israel and Judaism Studies: "Turning Points: Change and Continuity in Judaism and Israel", Izmir, 8-10 November 2019

4.    International Conference: "Geopolitics of the Gulf Energy: Adjusting to a New Global Vista", Gulf Studies Center, Qatar University, 26-27 November 2019

5.    International Symposium: “The 1989 Forced Migration of Turks from Bulgaria: Perceptions of the Migrants after 30 Years”, Yıldız Technical University (Istanbul), 6-7 December 2019

6.    Workshop: “New Racism and Migration: Beyond Colour and the ‘West’”, Singapore, 16-17 January 2020

7.    Seminar on "Comparative Approaches to Security, Mobility, and Stasis in Arab Literature" at the Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, Chicago, 19-22 March 2020

8.    Arab American Studies Association 2020 Conference: "The Politics of Refusal and Impossibility in Arab American Studies", San Diego, 3-5 April 2020

9.    Panel on "Bridging the Divide: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Medieval Iberian Studies" at the 55th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, 7-10 May 2020

10.  International Workshop: "Crime and Its Investigation in Imperial Contexts: Africa and the Middle East", Ben Gurion University of the Negev, 1-2 June 2020

11.  Conference: "Global Cities: Middle Eastern Metropoles 2020", University of London, 17-19 June 2020

12.  7th Conference of the School of Mamluk Studies Centre for Visual Arts and Research, Nicosia, 2-4 July 2020

13.  51st International Conference of the ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies on "The Cultural Heritage of the Aramaeans B.C.: History, Literature, and Archaeology", Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, 20-22 July 2020

14.  52nd  International Conference of the ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies on "The Decapolis: History and Archaeology", Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, 27-29 July 2020

15.  54th Seminar for Arabian Studies, Casa Árabe, Córdoba, 16-18 July 2020

16.  Session on "Ottoman Cultural Mobilities: 19th Century Modes of Travel, Collecting and Display" during Conference of the European Association for Urban History Conference, Antwerp, 2-5 September 2020

17.  Session on "Negotiating Monumentality: Monuments and the Politics of Public Space in Muslim Societies" during the Conference of the European Association for Urban History, Antwerp, 2-5 September 2020


POSITIONS

18.  Fellowship in Islamic Finance, Centre for Islamic Studies, University of Oxford

19.  Post-Doc Fellowships for Research on Egyptian History since 1800, Durham University

20.  3-Year Postdoctoral Position with Focus on Social Media and Political Hostility, Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus

21.  Fung Global Fellows Program on "Thinking Globally" for Scholars Residing Outside of the USA, Institute for International and Regional Studies, Princeton

22.  One-Year Postdoctoral Fellowships on "Migration and the Humanities", 2020-2021, Mahindra Humanities Center, Harvard University

23.  Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) in the Social Sciences with a Focus on Muslim Societies, Stanford

24.  Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in the History of the Medieval Mediterranean World, Department of History, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee

25.  Assistant Professor of Ottoman History, Binghamton University

26.  Junior Chair in Iranian Studies, Farhang Foundation, University of Southern California


OTHER INFORMATION

27.  Call for Projects in the Priority Program "Transottomanica: Eastern European-Ottoman-Persian Mobility Dynamics" for 2020-2023

28.  De Gruyter Prize in the Study of Islam and the Muslim World, British Association for Islamic Studies

29.  Winter School for Students from Yemen and Germany on "One-Size-Fits-All vs. Tailor-Made Solutions: Academic Approaches to Post-Conflict Reconstruction", Amman, 5 Days, Mid-December 2019

30.  Arabic Culture and Language Program at Bar-Ilan University, 23 December 2019 – 9 January 2020

31.  Articles on “Political Economy of Research in Social Sciences in the Arab World” for Special Issue of the Journal "Civil Society Review"

32.  Articles on "Contemporary Politics of the Middle-East and North-Africa" for Special Issue of the Journal "Societies"

33.  Articles for "Mathal: Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Multidisciplinary Studies (IMEMS)"


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CONFERENCES

1.    International Conference: "Glocal Islamism 2019 – Phenomena, Interdependencies, Prevention", Potsdam, 15-17 October 2019

The conference will feature discussions along the entire spectrum of transnational Islamism, from legalistic Islamism all the way to violent Jihadism. Besides providing a platform for analyzing the phenomena as such, the conference will bring together experts from Germany and around the world to exchange notes on prevention strategies.

Deadline for registration: 27 September 2019.

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2.    Online Meeting: “Islamicate Digital Humanities”, Islamicate Digital Humanities Network (IDHN), 6 November 2019

We are calling for contributions from both members and guests employing digital methods in their research within the Islamicate Studies and Linguistics. To contribute, send an email to info@idhn.org with the title and a description of your presentation. We encourage submissions from those in Graduate School or beyond.

For more information, see www.idhn.org/membersmeeting

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3.    Conference on Israel and Judaism Studies: "Turning Points: Change and Continuity in Judaism and Israel", Izmir, 8-10 November 2019

This conference aims to put forward historic moments and critical junctures that Judaism and Israel have passed during the historical process and by doing so creating a discussion platform on which the currents effects of those junctures and moments on Israel and Judaism would be scrutinized. The program will include the traditional fields of Judaism studies as well as the issues regarding Israeli studies within the fields such as politics, international relations, history, sociology etc.

Deadline for abstracts: 15 September 2019.

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4.    International Conference: "Geopolitics of the Gulf Energy: Adjusting to a New Global Vista", Gulf Studies Center, Qatar University, 26-27 November 2019

The conference will bring together scholars, policy makers and students from a wide-range of disciplines to engage in a nuance debate on the geopolitics of the Gulf energy, considering existing transformations of the global energy market and those political and economic challenges faced by the Gulf countries.

Deadline for abstracts: 10 September 2019.

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5.    International Symposium: “The 1989 Forced Migration of Turks from Bulgaria: Perceptions of the Migrants after 30 Years”, Yıldız Technical University (Istanbul), 6-7 December 2019

The symposium will focus on the oral stories presented by migrants themselves. The papers should analyze the perceptions of specific groups of migrants in different aspects and in different periods.

Deadline for abstracts: 30 September 2019.

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6.    Workshop: “New Racism and Migration: Beyond Colour and the ‘West’”, Singapore, 16-17 January 2020

This workshop is interested to move studies of race and migration away from (skin) colour as well as the ‘West’. It suggests that a more nuanced understanding of the global, context-specific processes of racialization and new racisms can be gained by treating the dominant ‘Western’ experiences of racialization and racism as reference points rather than paradigms. Etc.

Deadline for abstracts: 16 September 2019.

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7.    Seminar on "Comparative Approaches to Security, Mobility, and Stasis in Arab Literature" at the Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, Chicago, 19-22 March 2020

The seminar will explore the questions: How do Arab artists and writers respond to or interrogate the implications of mobility as crisis? How do writers and artists represent contemporary security practices? How does Arab literature aesthetically and politically engage notions of risk, precarity, and vulnerability? Etc.

Deadline for abstracts: 23 September 2019. Information: https://www.acla.org/comparative-approaches-security-mobility-and-stasis-arab-literature; Contact the organizers: Rania Said (rsaid1@binghamton.edu) and Tasnim Qutait (tq2@soas.ac.uk)

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8.    Arab American Studies Association 2020 Conference: "The Politics of Refusal and Impossibility in Arab American Studies", San Diego, 3-5 April 2020

The conference will attend to questions related to the im/permeability of borders; refugee status and asylum; transnational movements, alliances, and migrations; and the material consequences of these politics for the life experiences of Arab Americans throughout the transnational Americas. As an interdisciplinary organization, we seek papers on politics, society, and culture from across disciplines, including anthropology, cultural studies, economics, history, law, etc.

Deadline for abstracts: 1 October 2019.

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9.    Panel on "Bridging the Divide: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Medieval Iberian Studies" at the 55th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, 7-10 May 2020

We welcome topics on law and legal discourse; development of state and bureaucracy in Muslim and Christian kingdoms; empire and imperial ideology in Al-Andalus and Christian Iberia; ideas of jihad, crusade, and martyrdom; shared visual and literary cultures between the three faiths; women and gender roles in different religious groups; conversions to another faith; etc.

Deadline for abstracts: 12 September 2019.

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10.  International Workshop: "Crime and Its Investigation in Imperial Contexts: Africa and the Middle East", Ben Gurion University of the Negev, 1-2 June 2020

We invite scholars working on colonial and non-colonial empires in Africa and the Middle East, including the Ottoman, Safavid and Qajar Empires, to submit relevant proposals examining the world of the criminals, surveillance of criminals, witness interrogations, the use of forensic science, psychological aspects of crime investigations, etc. from the 18th through the 20th century.

Deadline for abstracts: 1 October 2019.

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11.  Conference: "Global Cities: Middle Eastern Metropoles 2020", University of London, 17-19 June 2020

In a context in which China finances the construction of the "new Cairo" and the Abu Dhabi government employ the British architect Foster and Partners to design Masdar City as global icon of sustainable design, this conference queries the nature of the Islamic and Middle Eastern city in a global context. What role does religion, culture and social and historical traditions still play in the life and design of these cities? Etc.

Deadline for abstracts: 1 December 2019.

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12.  7th Conference of the School of Mamluk Studies Centre for Visual Arts and Research, Nicosia, 2-4 July 2020

We welcome papers on issues such as the impact of the late Crusades and Papal policies on relations between the Mamluk Sultanate and Cyprus or Latin Europe more generally; Mamluk-Byzantine relations; Islamic concepts of imperial and international law (dār al-ḥarb and beyond); European trade and diplomacy; etc.

Deadline for abstracts: 31 October 2019. Information: http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/sms-conference.html

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13.  51st International Conference of the ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies on "The Cultural Heritage of the Aramaeans B.C.: History, Literature, and Archaeology", Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, 20-22 July 2020

All papers given at the conference will be considered for publication in a future edition of the ARAM Periodical, subject to editorial review.

Deadline for abstracts: 30 November 2019. Information: aram@orinst.ox.ac.uk

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14.  52nd  International Conference of the ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies on "The Decapolis: History and Archaeology", Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, 27-29 July 2020

All papers given at the conference will be considered for publication in a future edition of the ARAM Periodical, subject to editorial review.

Deadline for abstracts: 30 November 2019. Information: aram@orinst.ox.ac.uk

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15.  54th Seminar for Arabian Studies, Casa Árabe, Córdoba, 16-18 July 2020

The Seminar for Arabian Studies is the only annual international forum for the presentation of the latest academic research on the Arabian Peninsula. The subjects covered include archaeology, history, epigraphy, languages, literature, art, culture, ethnography, geography, etc. from the earliest times to the present day or, in the case of political and social history, to the end of the Ottoman Empire (1922).

Deadline for abstracts: To be announced.

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16.  Session on "Ottoman Cultural Mobilities: 19th Century Modes of Travel, Collecting and Display" during Conference of the European Association for Urban History Conference, Antwerp, 2-5 September 2020

This session welcomes researches on Ottoman participation and responses to the international 19th century culture of travel, collecting and display. It particularly focuses on the mobility and circulation of people and objects around Ottoman and connected contexts; Ottoman encounters and exchanges en route; the journeys of intellectuals, collections and archives in the late Ottoman Empire.

Deadline for abstracts: 4 October 2019.

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17.  Session on "Negotiating Monumentality: Monuments and the Politics of Public Space in Muslim Societies" during the Conference of the European Association for Urban History, Antwerp, 2-5 September 2020

We invite papers that probe particular cases (from the 19th until the 21st century) from Muslim societies in which the role of monuments/monumentality in triggering colonial/anti-colonial/post-colonial politicizations of urban space can be analyzed. Papers can focus on the original plans and designs of monuments and their positioning in public places, the political significance of style (e.g. classicism, modernism and neo-styles), iconography etc.

Deadline for abstracts: 4 October 2019.

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POSITIONS

18.  Fellowship in Islamic Finance, Centre for Islamic Studies, University Oxford

Applications are invited for a Fellowship from those with university teaching experience and an active research interest in Islamic Finance.

Deadline for applications: 13 September 2019. Information: https://www.oxcis.ac.uk/

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19.  Post-Doc Fellowships for Research on Egyptian History since 1800, Durham University

The Mohamed Ali Foundation supports research which should focus on the history of the Islamic World, of Egypt and of the Mohamed Ali Family in particular, especially the period of reign of Khedive Abbas Hilmi II (1892-1914).

Deadline for applications: 30 September 2019.

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20.  3-Year Postdoctoral Position with Focus on Social Media and Political Hostility, Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus

Applicants are expected to hold a PhD in relevant areas within political science, communication, psychology or cognitive science. Applicants must demonstrate knowledge of social media research, the ability to collect and conduct automated analyses of social media data, have an excellent command of spoken and written English, and preferably have experience with publishing in international, peer-reviewed journals.

Deadline for applications: 15 September 2019.

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21.  Fung Global Fellows Program on "Thinking Globally" for Scholars Residing Outside of the USA, Institute for International and Regional Studies, Princeton

Criteria for the one-year fellowship include the strength of the candidate's research projects, the relationship of those projects to the program's theme, the candidate's previous scholarly work, the candidate's ability to contribute to the intellectual life and intellectual exchange of the program.

Deadline for applications: 15 November 2019.

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22.  One-Year Postdoctoral Fellowships on "Migration and the Humanities", 2020-2021, Mahindra Humanities Center, Harvard University

We welcome applications from scholars in all fields whose work innovatively engages with migration and the humanities.

Deadline for applications: 15 November 2019.

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23.  Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) in the Social Sciences with a Focus on Muslim Societies, Stanford

We especially welcome applications from scholars who are studying Muslim societies in Iran and Central Asia, as well as South, Southeast and East Asia, focusing on culture, economics or politics.

Deadline for applications: 25 October 2019.

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24.  Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in the History of the Medieval Mediterranean World, Department of History, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee

We are particularly interested in candidates whose teaching and research interests are trans-regional/cultural and interdisciplinary in nature and could contribute to the history of medicine and/or science; migration or frontier studies; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Jewish, Islamic, and Middle Eastern Studies; or digital history.

Deadline for applications: 7 October 2019. Information: https://jobs.rhodes.edu/postings/3349

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25.  Assistant Professor of Ottoman History, Binghamton University

The Department of History invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in early modern Ottoman history (c. 1300-1800) beginning in Fall 2020. We seek applications from candidates whose research is grounded in Ottoman sources and archival materials, and especially encourage applications from scholars who take a trans-regional or trans-imperial perspective that incorporates the diverse religious groups, ethnicities, and regions that constitute the Ottoman world.

Deadline for applications: 15 October 2019.

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26.  Junior Chair in Iranian Studies, Farhang Foundation, University of Southern California

We are looking for a specialist of modern Iran with a social science orientation. Applicants with training in anthropology, sociology, political economy, environmental studies, urban studies, or geography will be considered. Applicants must have received their Ph.D. by 15 August 2020, the start date of the position.

Review of applications will begin on 15 September 2019.

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OTHER INFORMATION

27.  Call for Projects in the Priority Program "Transottomanica: Eastern European-Ottoman-Persian Mobility Dynamics" for 2020-2023

The program will focus on the "Transottoman" ties and communication practices which emerged as a consequence of mobility between these dominions between the 16th and the 19th centuries and which have not previously become visible in studies of individual regions or bilateral relations. Non-German nationals can apply, but need an affiliation with a university or research institution in Germany.

Deadline for applications: 31 December 2019.

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28.  De Gruyter Prize in the Study of Islam and the Muslim World, British Association for Islamic Studies

This international prize will be awarded to the best doctoral thesis or unpublished first monograph based on a doctoral thesis. English-language submissions on any aspect of the academic study of Islam and the Muslim world, past and present, including Muslim-minority societies are accepted. Applicants can be based in any country.

Deadline: 1 October 2019. Further details: http://www.brais.ac.uk/prize

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29.  Winter School for Students from Yemen and Germany on "One-Size-Fits-All vs. Tailor-Made Solutions: Academic Approaches to Post-Conflict Reconstruction", Amman, 5 Days, Mid-December 2019

We are looking for students with good knowledge of English, who either have a demonstrated interest in academic approaches to post-conflict reconstruction, social transformation, development, gender, and conflict studies etc. or who are or have been actively engaged in social and/or professional activities in above fields. Travel and stay in Amman are funded through the German Academic Exchange Service’s Transformation Partnership.

Deadline for applications: 23 September 2019.

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30.  Arabic Culture and Language Program at Bar-Ilan University, 23 December 2019 – 9 January 2020

The program includes three weeks (five days per week) of intensive classwork in the Arabic language. In addition, excursions are arranged in order to experience first-hand local customs, culture and culinary delights through direct interaction with Arab hosts in their homes within the local villages.


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31.  Forschungswerkstatt für Studierende und Promovierende: "Muslimisches Leben in den Neuen Bundesländern", Orientalisches Institut, Universität Leipzig, 17. - 18. April 2020

Die Forschungswerkstatt soll einen Überblick über Forschung zu muslimischen Lebenswelten, zu Praktiken und Organisationsformen von Muslim*innen in den Neuen Bundesländern ermöglichen. Wir gehen davon aus, dass die einschlägige Forschung noch stark unterrepräsentiert und lückenhaft ist. Dabei weisen in dieser Region die individuellen und institutionellen Entwicklungen muslimischen Lebens andere zeitliche, historische und politische Voraussetzungen und Rahmenbedingungen auf als in den Alten Bundesländern.

Bewerbungsschluss: 1. Oktober 2019.

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32.  Articles on “Political Economy of Research in Social Sciences in the Arab World” for Special Issue of the Journal "Civil Society Review"

Issue edited by: Dr. Candice Raymond, Dr. Sbeih Sbeih, and Dr. Marie-Noëlle Abi Yaghi. Main themes: Institutional configurations and actors’ rationale in the Arab world: How are political economies of research in social sciences organised? - Research agendas, methods and paradigms: the constrained choices of research. - Researchers’ trajectories in the Arab world: functions, carriers, value.


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33.  Articles on "Contemporary Politics of the Middle-East and North-Africa" for Special Issue of the Journal "Societies"

Articles are invited that deal either with internal political considerations and the governmental systems of one of the countries in the region, or comparisons between different countries or focusing on the international relations of any of the countries.

Deadline for manuscripts: 30 September 2019.

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34.  Articles for "Mathal: Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Multidisciplinary Studies (IMEMS)"

Mathal provides an intellectual platform for scholars of Islamic thought and Islamic societies throughout history and throughout the world. The Open Access journal publishes research papers in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, abstract sciences, and law in English, Arabic, Hebrew, French, Persian, Spanish, Turkish, and Urdu.


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