Panel Bloc G

August 15, 2012 in Allgemein by admin

G.1. Werkstattgespräche / Workshop of Young Scholars (2)

Chair: Nadine Scharfenort (Mainz)

-         Francisco Mazzola (Erlangen): Die Verteilung politischer Macht zwischen Staat, Politischen Eliten und Zivilgesellschaft im Libanon

-         Maren Koß (Hamburg): Islamistische Organisationen und politische Ordnungsvorstellungen – eine Analyse von Normen, Identität und Verhalten bei Hizbullah und Hamas

-         Dalal Salem Hamad (Köln): The Islamic Student Movement and Student Development in Palestine

G.2. The Syrian Uprising – Motives, Actors and Agendas (2)

Chair: Anja Zorob (Bochum) / Salam Said (Berlin)

Discussant: Erik Mohns (Odense)

-          SolomiyaZinko (Odessa): Evolution of Hacktivism: The Case of the Syrian Electronic Army

-          SebaAsaaied (Kaiserslautern): Bad Urban Governance as Motive of the Uprising in Syria: Case Study Damascus

-          Janine Budich (Berlin): The Syrian Opposition in Exile

 

 

G.3. Literature and Culture (2)

Chair: Dorit Gottesfeld (Jerusalem)

-          Anas Soufan (Paris): The Reciprocal Relationship between Architecture and Nationalism in the Evolution of Syrian Society in the 20th and 21th Centuries

-          Ali Ahmad Hussein (Haifa): Humor in Pre-Islamic Poetry

-          Mahmoud Kayyal (Tel Aviv): From Orientalism to Acceptance: Hebrew Translations of Arabic Literature

 

 

G.4. Migration, Mobility or Movements (2)

Chair: Ines Braune (Marburg)

-          Veronika Deffner (Aachen): Diaspora-Networking & Reverse Transnationalism: Ansätze zum Verstehen globaler Realitäten für Migrations- und Integrationsprozesse in Muscat/Oman

-          Susanne Schmelter (Marburg): Von der irakischen zur syrischen Flüchtlingskrise

-          Heidi Chirugwa-Gomi (Bonn): In Search of Home

 

G.5. Renegotiating Normative Orders

Chair: Christoph Schumann (Erlangen)

-          Christoph Schumann (Erlangen): Presence, Space, and Tacit Knowledge: The Basic Concepts at the Intersection of Cultural Studies and Social Science

-          Dimitris Soudias (Berlin) / Mareike Transfeld (Erlangen): Contesting Normative Orders: The Uprisings on Tahrir Square andTagheer Square in ComparativePerspective

-          Nabil Hourani (Erlangen):Local Autonomy andthe First Intifada - A challengeto normative orderand traditional elites?

 

G.6. Analysing the„Arab Spring“

Chair: Werner Ruf (Edermünde)

-          Thomas Richter (Hamburg): Explaining Monarchical Survival since 1945: Results from a Configurational-comparative Analysis of Middle Eastern Cases

-          Saeed Sasanian (Shiraz): Islamists, Protest, Revolution: An Ontological Analysis

-          Marwan Muteir (Tübingen): The Arab  Spring and the Autumn of Middle Eastern Studies