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  • K. (Krijn) Hoogendorp - Middle Eastern Studies PhD Candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    PhD research Everyday Stalinism in the Caucasus 1920 1930 Supervisor Touraj Atabaki My PhD research aims to study the impact of early Soviet policies on daily life in the Caucasus and Central Asia It explores how the Bolsheviks attempted to get the multi ethnic population actively involved in the socialist experiment and what way people in the periphery influenced this process CV Education M Sc in Comparative Asian Studies University

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  • Drs. C. (Carina) van den Hoven - Middle Eastern Studies PhD Candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    by year Scholarly Popular Back to top Scholarly Hoven C van den Mouton A 2015 Les noms des témoins divins du traité entre le roi Hittite Hattušili III et le pharaon Ramsès II un exemple d interpretatio In Colin F Huck O Vanséveren S Eds Interpretatio Traduire l altérité culturelle dans les civilisations de l Antiquité no 25 Paris 67 93 book chapter Hoven C van den 2015 Le rituel du couronnement du faucon à Edfou les rituels de la confirmation du pouvoir royal In Zivie Coche Ch Ed Offrandes rites et rituels dans les temples d époque ptolémaïque et romaine Actes de la journée d études de l équipe EPHE EA 4519 Égypte ancienne Archéologie Langue Religion Paris 27 juin 2013 no CENiM 10 Montpellier 185 198 conference paper Hoven C van den 2014 The coronation ritual of the sacred living falcon at Edfu a divine royal and cyclical rite of passage In Mouton A Patrier J Eds Life Death and Coming of Age in Antiquity Individual Rites of Passage in the Ancient Near East and its Surroundings no PIHANS Volume 124 Leiden The Netherlands Institute for the Near East book chapter Hoven C van den 2011 Balancing the Gods Planned Decoration in the Temple of Kalabsha In Hoven C van den Horn M Kramer J Soliman D Staring N Weiss L Eds Current Research in Egyptology 2010 Proceedings of the eleventh annual symposium which took place at Leiden University The Netherlands 5 8 January 2010 Oxford Oxbow Books conference paper Hoven C van den Horn M Kramer J Soliman D Staring N Weiss L Eds 2011 Current Research in Egyptology 2010 Proceedings of the eleventh annual symposium which took place at Leiden University The Netherlands 5 8 Oxford Oxbow Books editorship of book Hoven C van den Holwerda E Weiss L 2009 Summary of the Discussion Sessions In Broekman G P F Demarée R J Kaper O E Eds The Libyan Period in Egypt Historical and Cultural Studies into the 21st 24th Dynasties Proceedings of a Conference at Leiden University 25 27 October 2007 Leiden Leuven Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten Peeters conference paper Back to top Popular Hoven C van den 2012 Ladies first Amalia Sola Nizzoli Saqqara Newsletter 10 62 65 article in magazine newspaper Hoven C van den 2008 The Pyramid of Unas The King s Journey from Death to New Life as reflected in Pyramid Texts and Architecture Saqqara Newsletter 6 28 32 article in magazine newspaper Hoven C van den 2007 Interview with Salima Ikram Saqqara Newsletter 5 15 16 article in magazine newspaper Hoven C van den 2007 Early Travelers Gustave Flaubert and Maxime du Camp Saqqara Newsletter 5 21 22 article in magazine newspaper Hoven C van den 2006 Early Travelers Amelia Edwards Saqqara Newsletter 4 21 24 article in magazine newspaper Group by category 2015 2014 2012 2011 2009 2008 2007 2006 Back to top 2015 Hoven C van den Mouton A 2015 Les noms des témoins divins du

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  • P. (Peyman) Jafari - Middle Eastern Studies PhD Candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    My research project investigates the transformation of state society relation after Iran s 1979 revolution focusing on the interaction between state power and social classes CV Education M A in Political Science University of Amsterdam Related Professional Experience Research assistant at the Institute of Migration and Ethnic Studies IMES in Amsterdam May October 2006 Research fellow at the International Institute of Social History 2007 2008 Grants and Awards PhD grant from NWO Mozaiek The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research Fellowship at Centre for Iranian Studies School for Oriental and African Studies London January May 2011 Intensive course in Political Islam global and local manifestations and challenges London Middle East Institute 4 8 April 2011 Languages Persian native English Dutch Publications Books 2010 Der andere Iran Geschichte und Kultur van 1900 bis zur Gegenwart The Other Iran History and Culture after 1900 München C H Beck 2009 Het andere Iran Van de revolutie tot vandaag The Other Iran From the Revolution to the Present Amsterdam Ambo Anthos Chapters 2010 Social and economic developments in Europe and the Middle East Case study Iran 1953 2000 in History of Europe and the Middle East IB Course Companion Oxford Oxford University Press 2004 Chomsky en de stem van de rede Chomsky s voice of reason in R van Raak ed Socialisme What is left Diemen Veen Magazines Articles 2010 Het andere Iran in Christen Democratische Verkenningen 7 139 148 2009 Rupture and Revolt in Iran in International Socialism Journal 95 163 2009 De ayatollah en de haai The ayatollah and the shark in De Groene Amsterdammer 24 6 2009 Reviews 2011 Informing Empire Comprador Intellectuals in the Age of Islamophobia in www tehranreview net Review of H Dabashi 2011 Brown Skin White Masks London Plute Press 2003 When Uncle Sam Went to Iran in

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  • M. (Maral) Jefroudi - Middle Eastern Studies PhD Candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    Touraj Atabaki LIAS and Marcel van der Linden IISG UvA Starting from the nationalization of the Iranian Oil to the beginning of the Iran Iraq war this thesis will scrutinize the everyday life experiences of the workers in the oil sector taking the worker s household as a unit of analysis and the oil sector broader than the factory and the oil field The social relations of the oil producing

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  • S. (Shuqi) Jia - Middle Eastern Studies PhD Candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    with extensive and prolonged contacts extending into the Turkic Chinese and Persian worlds Moving from raids and short term encounters with resulting treaties to permanent settlement the Arabs eventually took control and settled in the political centers of the area The regime change had an immediate impact on the political military and administrative life in the area but even more importantly are the profound and structural changes that took place in the following centuries Yet such long term processes of change their paste character and interconnectedness as well as the nature and impact of Muslim rule in the region remain insufficiently understood My PhD research aims to trace the impact of the Arab conquest both immediate and long term on the material and social organization of Central Asia from 651 to 821 through an urban change perspective in four cities Merv Paikent Balkh and Samarkand Using Arabic Persian and Chinese written sources as well as the archeological and material cultural studies available this research will study the Arab conquerors their objectives and aims through the impact they had on the people and the urban environment they conquered Furthermore by focusing on changes in the urban fabric and organization both in material and human terms in a comparative perspective this research is expected to give new insights into the long Arab conquest of Central Asia which had such a profound impact on the area CV Education 2007 2011 BA Arabic Language and Culture Ningxia University School of Foreign Languages and Cultures China 2011 2014 MA International Relations Yunnan University Institute of International Studies China Grants Awards Four year full PhD funding from China Scholarship Council 2014 2018 China National Scholarship for Postgraduate Student Yunnan University 2013 Chinese Muslim Cultural Fraternal Association Postgraduate Student Scholarship Yunnan University 2012 China National Scholarship for

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  • B. (Behrouz) Karoubi - Middle Eastern Studies PhD Candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    lias organisation phd middle eastern karoubib html Contact Telephone 31 0 71 527 2796 E Mail b karoubi hum leidenuniv nl Faculty Department Faculty of Humanities Leiden University Institute for Area Studies LIAS School of Middle Eastern Studies SMES Office Address Johan Huizinga building Doelensteeg 16 2311 VL Leiden Room number 009A Fields of interest Translation theory Translation quality assessment Translation and Ideology Translation and gender PhD research Evaluator Centered Translation Quality Assessment A Theoretical Model and a Case Study of VOA in Persian Supervisors Asghar Seyed Gohrab and Petra Sijpesteijn My research project primarily aims at devising a theoretical model of analysis by means of which the assessments done by different evaluators could be systematically investigated to find out more information about how evaluators assess the translations and what their assessment criteria are The results of such a research could be potentially interesting for translation pedagogy If students of translation could be told how their translations are going to be assessed by the potential evaluators they could once again produce translations that are successful and meet the expectations of the evaluators CV Education M A in Translation Studies Islamic Azad University Sciences and research campus Tehran Iran Related Professional

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  • J.E. (Judith) Kindinger - Middle Eastern Studies PhD Candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    culture and self representation in Ottoman Egypt Gender studies Modern Egyptian literature PhD research The dynamics of identity formation of Egyptian christians and muslims from the 13th to the 20th century Supervisors Prof Dr Petra Sijpesteijn LIAS Prof Dr R B ter Haar Romeny VU From February 2013 Judith Kindinger conducts an historical PhD research within the NWO project Fitting In Standing Out Comparing Majority and Minority Dress Codes among Egyptian Muslims and Christians In her dissertation research she investigates the double sided question how dress creates boundaries and how boundaries are expressed through dress Her study aims to analyse clothing and supplements with a special focus on the relation between descriptive and normative behaviour presented by Muslim and Christian legal texts as well as depictions in European travel accounts and material sources Background Judith Kindinger holds an M A from the department of Middle Eastern Studies and Political Science of Ruprecht Karls University of Heidelberg Besides her research in Cairo and Istanbul she has also spent a Semester at the Jordanian University in Amman In her M A thesis supervised by Prof dr Susanne Enderwitz entitled Woman is Aura Gendering in Islam she focused on the history origin and

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  • Drs. S.L. (Steven) de Kloe - Middle Eastern Studies PhD Candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    They Contain in Demotic Sources Supervisor Prof dr Olaf Kaper PhD research on the history of astrology in particular on the origin of the Twelve Mundane Houses of which the best known is the First House or the ascendant in Egyptian sources of the Greco Roman Period The still familiar zodiacal symbols and even the origin of the use of and symbols for zero the Hindu Arabic numerals and the

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