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Jörg Matthias Determann

matthias_determann7@hotmail.com
Ort: Doha, Qatar
Universität: matthias_determann7@hotmail.com
Mitglied seit 03.03.2010
E-Mail: matthias.determann@fu-berlin.de
Telefon: 00491756210508

Links

http://vcu.academia.edu/Determann

Kurzvita

Seit 2013 Assistant Professor of History, Department of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University – School of the Arts in Qatar.

2012-2013 Postdoctoral Fellow, Zentrum Moderner Orient and Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies, Freie Universität Berlin

2008-2012: Doktorand in Geschichte an der School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2009-2011: Gastwissenschaftler, King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies, Riad.

2007-2008: Deutschlektor an der King Saud University, Riad, Saudi-Arabien.

2007: Magister der Philosophie in Geschiche und Magister der Philosophie in Arabistik, Universität Wien.

2006-2007: Erasmus-Austausch-Studium in Arabic and Near Eastern Studies an der University of Malta.

Besonderes

Sprachkenntnisse: Deutsch, Englisch, Arabisch, Französisch; Basiskenntnisse in Latein und Maltesisch.


Wissenschaftliches Profil

Forschungsthemen

Geschichte des Mittleren Ostens, insbesondere der Golfregion, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Globalgeschichte

Aktuelles Projekt

Researching Biology and Evolution in the Gulf States: Networks of Science in the Middle East

Fachbereich

Geschichte

Publikationen

Artikel:

‘The Crusades in Arab School Textbooks’, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 19, no. 2 (2008): 199–214.

Kurze Artikel:

‘Recent Science in Arabia: Networks of Biology and Evolution in the Gulf Monarchies’, Orient Bulletin 24 (2013): 3–4.

‘How Saudis Write Their History: Historiography in Saudi Arabia’, Bulletin of the British Foundation for the Study of Arabia 17 (2012): 4–5.

Rezensionen:


‘Legal and Political Reforms in Sa‘udi Arabia. Joseph A. Kéchichian’, Middle Eastern Studies 49, no. 3 (2013): 502–3.

‘Qatar: A Modern History. Allen J. Fromherz’, Bulletin of the British Foundation for the Study of Arabia 18 (2013): 60–61.

‘Axel Havemann. At-tārīḫ wa-kitābat at-tārīḫ fī Lubnān ḫilāl al-qarnain at-tāsiʿ ʿašar wa-l-ʿišrīn: Al-fahm aḏ-ḏātī li-t-tārīḫ: Aškāluhu wa-waẓā’ifuhu’ (History and historiography in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Lebanon: Forms and functions of historical self-understanding), Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 102 (2012): 393–95.

‘The Arab Gulf States: Beyond Oil and Islam. Sean Foley’, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 39, no. 1 (2012): 143–44.

‘A Global History of Modern Historiography. By Georg G. Iggers and Q. Edward Wang with contributions from Supriya Mukherjee’, Journal of World History 22, no. 2 (June 2011): 369–72.

‘Muḥammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhāb: The Man and His Works. ‘Abd Allāh al-‘Uthaymīn’, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 38, no. 1 (2011): 135–36.

‘Desert Kingdom: How Oil and Water Forged Modern Saudi Arabia. Toby Craig Jones’, Middle Eastern Studies 47, no. 3 (2011): 557–59.

‘Yoav Di-Capua: Gatekeepers of the Arab Past: Historians and History Writing in Twentieth-Century Egypt’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 74, no. 1 (2011): 142–43.

‘Fahd Al-Semmari (ed.); Salma K. Jayyusi (trans.): A History of the Arabian Peninsula’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 73, no. 2 (2010): 318–19.

‘Edge of Arabia: Contemporary Art from Saudi Arabia, exhibition in the Brunei Gallery at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, 10/16/2008 – 12/13/2008,’ Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 2, no. 1 (2009): 171–75.

Förderbeginn Juni 2009