Dr. K. Soraya Batmanghelichi has published a new book about gender and sexuality in modern Iran that explores how normative ideas of women's bodies in state, religious, and public health discourses have resulted in the female body being deemed as immodest and taboo.
Publications at the Center for Islamic and Middle East Studies
Nominated to the Palestine Book Awards, this is the first of two books by Erik Skare in 2021, published by Cambridge University Press. A former doctoral research fellow at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, Skare wrote his PhD thesis on this subject here at the University of Oslo. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for International Studies (CERI), Sciences Po. In July, his upcoming second book for the year, Palestinian Islamic Jihad: Islamist Writings on Resistance and Religion will be published by I.B. Tauris.
Professors Stephan Guth and Teresa Pepe have edited a volume that explores contemporary Arabic fiction in a time of dramatic change and disintegration. Most of the contributions were discussed at the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo.
Professor Stephan Guth has compiled, edited and commented this recently published anthology of canonical masterpieces of Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Hebrew fiction (mid-19th to early 21st centuries). Published by Harrassowitz Publishers.
Associate Professor Teresa Pepe has published a new book on Edinburgh University Press about blogs as a new form of literature emerging in Egypt during the rise of political protests.
Associate Professor Jacob Høigilt has published a new book on I.B.Tauris about comics in the Arab World as a cultural and political form of expression.
Associate Professor Einar Wigen has, along with Iver B. Neumann (LSE), published a new book on Cambridge University Press about the importance of the steppe nomads for polity formation in Eurasia, with particular emphasis on Russia, the Ottoman Empire and Turkey.
Associate Professor Einar Wigen has published a new book on University of Michigan Press which is based on Wigen's doctoral dissertation on the role of concept translation in the transformation of the Ottoman Empire into the Republic of Turkey, as well as in the international relations of these states.
Jacob Høigilt (IKOS/PRIO) and Gunvor Mejdell has edited this newly published book on Brill.
PhD Candidate Olav G. Ørum has published the book ᵓUṣṣit il-Gumguma or 'The Story of the Skull' (Brill, 2017). The book is based on his master's thesis in semittic languages.
Jon Nordenson has published a new book on I.B.Tauris about the influence of social media on political changes and democratization in the Middle East.
Erik Skare has published the first book to investigate the increasingly important role of hacker activists in the Palestinian liberation struggle.
Anne Stensvold is the editor of this newly published book which approaches the UN as a laboratory of religio-political value politics.
Proceedings of the Erlangen Workshop on April 26, 2014
Herausgegeben von Edzard, Lutz
Professor Bjørn Olav Utvik and Associate Professor Kjetil Selvik have published the book Oil States in the New Middle East: Uprisings and Stability at Routledge.
Tradisjonelt har Midtøsten vært preget av religiøs og etnisk pluralisme. Men krig, konflikt og fremmarsjen til militante islamister har ført til at svært mange kristne har forlatt regionen. Ja, mange frykter at Midtøstens kristne er i ferd med å forsvinne for godt.
Edited by Lena Larsen, Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Christian Moe og Kari Vogt.
Boka tar for seg strukturene, historien og litteraturen til hovedspråkene i den muslimske verden.
Berit Thorbjørnsrud og Kari Vogt er viktige bidragsytere i ny bok som inngår i serien Bjørnstjerne Bjørnsons-Akademiets Småskrifter.
Boka kom nylig ut på Cappelen Damm forlag.
Redigert av Guvor Mejdell og Lutz Edzard
Crossings and Transitions in Modern Arabic Literature.
- edited by Lutz Edzard
Hvor mektige er islamske imamer og katolske prester i dagens Norge? Hva gjør de egentlig og hva slags makt har de?