Fellowship-Programm

Herzstück und zentrales Instrument von EUME ist sein Fellowship-Programm, das in jedem Jahr zehn Postdoktorand(inn)en in der Regel für die Dauer eines Akademischen Jahres nach Berlin führt, um an ihren selbstgewählten Projekten zu arbeiten.

Die Fellows werden im Zusammenhang mit den fünf Forschungsfeldern des EUME eingeladen und auf der Grundlage einer internationalen Ausschreibung gemeinschaftlich von den Mitgliedern des Kollegiums ausgewählt. Sie arbeiten in der Regel an den Instituten der Mitglieder oder – je nach fachlicher Ausrichtung – an anderen kooperierenden Einrichtungen und kommen im Berliner Seminar, in informellen Diskussionen ihrer Arbeitsvorhaben und in den Arbeitsgesprächen des Programms zusammen. So wird ein fachlich-disziplinäres Umfeld gewährleistet und ein regionenspezifisches und multidisziplinäres Zusammenwirken ermöglicht, das transregionale Perspektiven einbezieht.

Seit 1997 waren im Rahmen von EUME und seines Vorgängerprojekts, dem Arbeitskreis Moderne und Islam (AKMI), über 150 Nachwuchswissenschaftler/innen aus Nordafrika, dem Nahen Osten, West- und Südasien, den USA und anderen Regionen als Fellows in Berlin.

Aktuelle EUME-Fellows:

Jahrgang

Name

Arbeitsvorhaben

2016/ 2017
Maha AbdelMegeed
Vita & Projekt

Ḥukm al-Nās (The Rule of the People?): Muḥammad al-Muwayliḥī and Arabic Literature in the Long 1890s


2016/ 2017
Refqa Abu-Remaileh*****
Vita & Projekt

Polyphone Palestine: Literary Humanism & Narrative Production


2016/ 2017
Hilal Alkan
Vita & Projekt

The Dyad of Care and Discipline: Aiding Syrian Migrants in Turkey


2016/ 2017
Michael Allan*
Vita & Projekt

Picturing the World: The Global Routes of Early Cinema, 1896-1903


2016/ 2017
Samer Frangie*****
Vita & Projekt

Politics of the Aftermath: Tradition, Tragedy and Temporality in the Lebanese Left


2016/ 2017
Abdulrahman Helli***
Vita & Projekt

The Status of Conscience in Religiosity: A Study of the Concept of Piety (Taqwā) in the Qur'an


2016/ 2017
Banu Karaca
Vita & Projekt

Lost, not Found? Missing Provenance, ‘Lost’ Works, and the Writing of Art History in Turkey


2016/ 2017
Margaret Litvin*
Vita & Projekt

Arab Writers, Moscow Dreams


2016/ 2017
Anne-Marie McManus*
Vita & Projekt

Of Other Languages: Arabic Literature and the Poetics of Regionalism (1956-2011)


2016/ 2017
Amir Moosavi**
Vita & Projekt

Dust That Never Settled: Ideology, Ambivalence, Disenchantment and the Legacy of the Iran-Iraq War in Arabic and Persian Fiction


2016/ 2017
Alia Mossallam*
Vita & Projekt

‘Hekāyāt Sha’b – Stories of Peoplehood’: Nasserism, Popular Politics and Songs in Egypt, 1956-1974


2016/ 2017
Wendy Pearlman*
Vita & Projekt

Syrian Narratives of Revolution, War, and Exile


2016/ 2017
Khaled Saghieh
Vita & Projekt

Of the Left and Other Demons


2016/ 2017
Maaike Voorhoeve*
Vita & Projekt

The ‘Arab Spring’: What’s Next? The Socio-Legal Situation in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia


2016/ 2017
Halil Ibrahim Yenigün
Vita & Projekt

The Political Ontology of Islamic Democracy: An Ontological Narrative of Contemporary Muslim Political Thought


2016/ 2017
Deniz Yonucu*
Vita & Projekt

Violence and Counter-Violence in Istanbul’s Working-Class Alevi Neighbourhoods: Crime, Policing and Counter-Police Policing


2016/ 2017
Mahnaz Zahirinejad****
Vita & Projekt

The Middle Class and the Rentier State in a Changing Middle East: Iran's Case and Egypt’s Prospects


2015/ 2016
Nadine Abdalla
Vita & Projekt

The Labor Movement in the Transformation/Transition Process: An Analysis to its Impact in Egypt in Comparison to Brazil


2015/ 2016
Refqa Abu-Remaileh*
Vita & Projekt

Resistance and Subversion in Palestinian Literature and Film: Seeking New Comparative Dimensions


2015/ 2016
Saleem Al-Bahloly***
Vita & Projekt

The Freedom of Despair: Art and Politics in Baghdad, 1963-1979


2015/ 2016
Nahrain Al-Mousawi
Vita & Projekt

Clandestine Mediterranean: Arab-African Undocumented Migrant Literature


2015/ 2016
Ela Gezen
Vita & Projekt

The Turkish-German Left and Brechtian Aesthetics in Cold War Berlin


2015/ 2016
Abdulrahman Helli**
Vita & Projekt

The Freedom of Belief in the Qur'an


2015/ 2016
Elizabeth M. Holt
Vita & Projekt

Disseminating the Cultural Cold War in Arabic: The CIA, the Congress for Cultural Freedom, and the Literary Journal “Hiwar” (1962-67)


2015/ 2016
Margaret Litvin*
Vita & Projekt

Arab Writers, Moscow Dreams


2015/ 2016
Mayssun Succarie***
Vita & Projekt

Global Spatial Flows of Youth Programming, Civil Society Organizing & Social Change in the Middle East, 2001-2015


2015/ 2016
Erol Ülker
Vita & Projekt

Allied Occupation, National Resistance, and Turkification in Istanbul, 1918-1923


2015/ 2016
Maaike Voorhoeve*
Vita & Projekt

The ‘Arab Spring’: What’s Next? The Socio-Legal Situation in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia


2015/ 2016
Max Weiss***
Vita & Projekt

The Hallowed Sanctuary: An Interpretive History of Modern Syria


2015/ 2016
Deniz Yonucu*
Vita & Projekt

Violence and Counter-Violence in Istanbul’s Alevi populated Working-Class Neighbourhoods: Policing, Security and Fear


2015/ 2016
Mahnaz Zahirinejad****
Vita & Projekt

The Middle Class and the Rentier State in a Changing Middle East: Iran's Case and Egypt’s Prospects


2014/ 2015
Refqa Abu-Remaileh
Vita & Projekt

Resistance and Subversion in Palestinian Literature and Film: Seeking New Comparative Dimensions


2014/ 2015
Ufuk Adak
Vita & Projekt

Ottoman Prison Reform in Izmir and Salonica in the late Ottoman Empire


2014/ 2015
Saleem Al-Bahloly
Vita & Projekt

The Practice of Art and the Critique of Statelessness in the Middle East, 1967—1982


2014/ 2015
Menashe Anzi
Vita & Projekt

Between San'ā' and Baġdād, Jews in Arab-Muslim Cities: Integration and Separation in Urban Life


2014/ 2015
Mohammed Bamyeh
Vita & Projekt

Social Sciences in the Arab World


2014/ 2015
Başak Çandar
Vita & Projekt

Representing Censored Pasts: State Violence in Twentieth Century Turkish and Spanish Literature


2014/ 2015
Yazan Doughan
Vita & Projekt

Fasad, Authority and the Discursive Production of Reform and Revolution in Jordan


2014/ 2015
Abdulrahman Helli
Vita & Projekt

The Hermeneutics of the Absolute and the Relative: "The Religious Pluralism in the Traditional Hermeneutics of the Qur'an"


2014/ 2015
Maram Masarwi
Vita & Projekt

The Politi-Religization of Memory and Commemoration in the Middle East: Gender, Religion and National Belonging


2014/ 2015
Ethan Menchinger
Vita & Projekt

Last of the Ancients, First of the Moderns: the Ottoman Historian Ahmed Vasif (ca. 1730—1806)


2014/ 2015
Nada Moumtaz
Vita & Projekt

Modernizing Charity, Remaking Islamic Law


2014/ 2015
Mohamed Sabry
Vita & Projekt

State Business Relations in the Arab Spring Countries


2014/ 2015
Karim Sadek
Vita & Projekt

“Arab Spring”: Authoritarianism or Emancipation? Recognition, Islamic Identity, and Radically Democratic Islamic Politics


2014/ 2015
Yektan Türkyilmaz
Vita & Projekt

Urbicide in Van: Destruction and Cultural Death of an Ottoman City


2013/ 2014
Marwa Fekry Abdel Samei*
Vita & Projekt

Public Diplomacy in Turbulent Situations: Comparing the US and EU Approaches


2013/ 2014
S. Ali Aghaei
Vita & Projekt

Polemical Usage of the Term Isra'iliyyat in Medieval and Modern Muslim Exegeses of the Qur’an


2013/ 2014
Naomi Davidson
Vita & Projekt

Muslim and Jewish Space in the French Mediterranean, 1870-1962


2013/ 2014
Walid El-Houri
Vita & Projekt

What’s an Egyptian: Contested Boundaries under the Muslim Brotherhood


2013/ 2014
Mohamed Elshahed
Vita & Projekt

Revolutionary Modernism? Architecture and the Politics of Transition in Egypt 1936-1967


2013/ 2014
Sarah Eltantawi
Vita & Projekt

The Reformist Muslim Brotherhood in Power in Egypt: Implications for the Rhetoric of Religion in a New Age of Political Islam


2013/ 2014
Yuval Evri
Vita & Projekt

Revealing Forgotten Political Options in Divided Palestine through Translations


2013/ 2014
Joseph R. Farag
Vita & Projekt

Write of Return: The Palestinian Short Story in Exile


2013/ 2014
Samer Frangie
Vita & Projekt

Yasin al-Hafiz’s Tragic Self: Subjectivity, Historicism and Defeat


2013/ 2014
Abdulrahman Helli
Vita & Projekt

The Hermeneutics of the Absolute and the Relative "The Religious Pluralism in the Modern Hermeneutics of the Qur’an"


2013/ 2014
Burak Onaran*
Vita & Projekt

At the Crossroads of Biopolitics, Secularism and Islamic Reform: The Issue of “Helâl Pork"


2013/ 2014
Dina A. Ramadan
Vita & Projekt

Aesthetics of Crisis: Art and Education in Egypt


2013/ 2014
Basak Tug
Vita & Projekt

Honor, Legal Surveillance and Modernity in the Ottoman Empire, ca. Late 18th- Mid 19th Centuries


2012/ 2014
Refqa Abu-Remaileh*
Vita & Projekt

Narrative Entanglements: An Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Approach to Palastinian Literature and Film


2012/ 2014
Magdi Guirguis*
Vita & Projekt

A Socio-Economic History of Coptic Monasteries in Mamluk and Ottoman Egypt (15th - 18th Centuries)


2012/ 2014
Hanan Toukan*
Vita & Projekt

2012/ 2013: "Grasping the World the Way it is?" Encountering the Global in Contemporary Arab Art and the Politics of Cultural Critique 2013/ 2014: Encountering the Global: Cultural Politics, Art and the Aestheticization of Protest in Contemporary Levantine Production


2012/ 2013
Yigit Akin
Vita & Projekt

Ottoman Cities at War


2012/ 2013
Muetaz Alkhatib
Vita & Projekt

Al-Faqih in Modern Times: A Contribution in the History of Thoughts


2012/ 2013
Yazid Anani
Vita & Projekt

Spatial Change and the Construction of Palestinian National Identity


2012/ 2013
Issam Eido
Vita & Projekt

"Not the (path) of those who earn Thine anger nor those who go astray": Traditional Exegesis and the Western Approach


2012/ 2013
Tarek El-Ariss
Vita & Projekt

Making A Scene: Literature, Social Media and the Arab Spring


2012/ 2013
Esra Gözeler*
Vita & Projekt

Chronological-Factual Approach to the Verses Revealed in the Medinan Period (Between Rabīʿ al-ākhir AH 4 and Rabīʿ al-awwal AH 11)


2012/ 2013
Zeina G. Halabi
Vita & Projekt

Writing Melancholy: The Death of the Intellectual in Modern Arabic Literature


2012/ 2013
Kader Konuk*
Vita & Projekt

Secularists, Agnostics, Atheists: Redefining Modernity


2012/ 2013
Iman Mersal*
Vita & Projekt

Orienting Occidentialism: Images of America in Arab Travel Literature


2012/ 2013
Hania Sobhy
Vita & Projekt

Passionate Politics in the Aftermath of the 'Egyptian Revolution': Salafi and Revolutionary Mobilization in the 2012 Presidential Elections


2011/ 2013
Samer Rashwani
Vita & Projekt

The Textual Relevance of the Quranic Surah and its Impact on Semantic and Pragmatic Interpretation of the Quran


2011/ 2012
Mehrdad Abbasi
Vita & Projekt

Semantics of Qur’anic Vocabulary in the First Four Centuries from Hijra


2011/ 2012
Michael Allan
Vita & Projekt

Inventing World Literature: How Adab Became Literary in Colonial Egypt


2011/ 2012
Gish Amit
Vita & Projekt

The Future of the Past: Palestinian Cultural Assets, Restitution and the Politics of Reconciliation


2011/ 2012
Nurşen Gürboğa
Vita & Projekt

Istanbul as the City of Lower Classes: Şirket-I Hayriye Steamship Workers (1890-1940)


2011/ 2012
Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim
Vita & Projekt

Islamic legal History and Modernization Discourse


2011/ 2012
Adam Mestyan
Vita & Projekt

"A Garden with Mellow Fruits of Refinement" - Theatres and Politics in Cairo and Istanbul (1867-1892)


2011/ 2012
Mostafa Minawi
Vita & Projekt

Ottomans on the Verge: Trans-imperial Arab Elites of Istanbul (1885-1915)


2011/ 2012
Ihab Saloul
Vita & Projekt

The Rhetoric of National Belonging: Contested Memories in Palestinian and Israeli Third-Generations’ Narratives, 2001-2014


2011/ 2012
Adania Shibli
Vita & Projekt

The Eminence of Reflection


2011/ 2012
Joseph Witztum
Vita & Projekt

Qur’an in Light of the Christian Syriac Literary Tradition