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2020.09.03 | Arts

New project on love in Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam

Christian Suhr (Anthropology) has been awarded €1.5m by the European Research Council for his project on "Heart Openings: The Experience and Cultivation of Love in Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam."

2020.09.03 | Arts

New book on The Arab Lefts by Laure Guiguis

The Arab Lefts: Histories and Legacies, 1950s-1970s, edited by Laure Guirguis, explores the entangled histories of Left-wing trends and surveys radical Left traditions in the Arab world.

2020.04.29 | Arts

New project on policing and urban governance

Aarhus researcher participates in project on preventive partnership policing and the transformation of urban governance

2020.02.29 | Arts

New project on cross-cultural understandings of Night and Belonging

Aarhus case study focuses on the areas surrounding City Vest, areas with high concentrations of Muslim Syrian and Palestinian refugees.

2020.02.17 | Arts

New PhD project on Palestinian memory

Asmaa Hassaneen is doing her PhD research on Palestinian memory, focusing on the relation between the saga genre and memory studies, and how both affect the construction and transmission of Palestinian memory.

2019.11.29 | Arts

New associate professor appointed in Arab and Islamic Studies

Thomas Fibiger, specialist in contemporary Shi‘i Islam in Bahrain and Kuwait, has been appointed to an associate professorship in the Department for the Study of Religion to teach in the Arab and Islamic Studies program.

2019.09.01 | Arts

Mark Sedgwick elected Chair of the NSMES

Mark Sedgwick has been elected Chair of the Nordic Association for Middle Eastern Studies

2019.06.30 | Arts

Martin Riexinger elected vice-president of FIFO

Martin Riexinger has been elected vice-president of FIFO, Forum for Islamforskning, the Danish Association for the Study of Islam

2019.05.20 | Society and politics

New project on Shia and Sunni Islamism(s)

Headed by Morten Valbjørn together with Jeroen Gunning (King’s College London), and funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

2019.02.15 | Arts

New PhD project on anti-sectarian social movements

Anne Kirstine Rønn Sørensen will be investigating social movements that seek to challenge sectarianism in the Middle East and the Balkans, focusing on the role of strategic choices.

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