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Aziz AL-AZMEH
János Mihály BAK
Alice Mathea CHOYKE
Cristian Nicolae GASPAR
Niels GAUL
György GERÉBY
Gerhard JARITZ
Gábor KLANICZAY
Tijana KRSTIC
József LASZLOVSZKY
Volker MENZE
Balázs NAGY
István PERCZEL
Judith RASSON
Marianne SÁGHY
Marcell SEBŐK
Anna SOMFAI
Béla Zsolt SZAKÁCS
Katalin SZENDE
Endre György SZŐNYI
Carsten L. WILKE
Daniel ZIEMANN
 
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Curriculum Vitae

List of Publications

 

Aziz AL-AZMEH

Professor
 
Islam, historical anthropology

 

Curriculum Vitae

Year of birth
1947


Academic Qualifications

1971
License-ès-Lettres in Philosophy and Sociology, University of Alexandria/Beirut Arab University

1973
Magister Artium in Philosophy with Islamic Studies and Political Science as a subsidiary subjects, Eberhard-Karls University, Tübingen

1977
Doctor of Philosophy in Oriental Studies, University of Oxford


Honours and Distinctions

1993
The Republican Order of Merit, for services to Arab culture, was conferred by the President of Tunisia in May

2005
An international conference was held at the Central European University, Budapest, to mark the tenth anniversary of the publication of my book Islams and Modernities. The proceedings, papers deliverdd and transcript of discussions, are in preparation for publication.


Fellowships

1993-94
Nuffield Foundation Fellow in the Social Sciences

1994-5
Fellow of the Wissenschaftskolleg (Institute of Advanced Study), Berlin

1996-8
Fellow of the Wissenschaftskolleg (Institute of Advanced Study), Berlin

1998
Fellow of the Swedish Collegium of Advanced Studies, Uppsala

1999
Visiting Scholar, Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge

1999
Directeur de Recherches Associé, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris

2000
Resident Scholar, Rockefeller Foundation Study Center, Bellagio

2001
Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge

2001
Directeur de Recherches Associé, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris

2005
Fellow of the Collegium Budapest (Institute for Advanced Study)


Previous Appointments

1980-81
Fellow of the Centre for Near East Studies, American University of Beirut

1981-83
Lecturer in the Faculty of Letters, Kuwait University

1983-December 1984
Research Fellow, University of Exeter

1985-1996
Sharjah Professor of Islamic Studies, University of Exeter (on leave at St. Antony's College, Oxford, 1989-90, 1993-94)

2000-2002
Zayed Professor of Islamic Studies, Department of History, American University of Beirut

2002 - 2004
Distinguished Visiting Professor, Humanities Center, Central European University, Budapest


Visiting and ad hoc Appointments

1993
Professor at the doctoral summer school of the Arab Sociological Association (Tunis)

1995
Visiting Professor, Center for the Study of Islam and of Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University, Fall semester

1996
Professor at the postgraduate summer school of the Arbeitskreis Moderne und Islam (Berlin)

1997
Professor at the postgraduate summer school of the Arbeitskreis Moderne und Islam (Berlin)

1999
Visiting Professor, Department of Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University, New York, Fall semester

2000
Visiting Professor, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Yale University, Spring semester

2000
Professor at the Mediterranean Studies doctoral summer school, Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence

2001
Sultan Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley, February

2002
Cleveland Dodge Distinguished Visiting Professor, American University of Cairo, February

2004
Professor and Course Co-Director at the summer university course on Reconsidering Islamic reformism, Central European University, Budapest

2004
Professor at the summer university course on Changing Landscapes of Late Antiquity, Central European University, Budapest

2005
Professor and Course Co-Director of the summer university course on Bookish Traditions: The Authority of the Book in Scripturalist Religions, Central european University, Budapest


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