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Omar MOHAMMED

Étudiant en doctorat
Institution(s) de rattachement : EHESS
Laboratoire(s) de rattachement : CETOBaC

Coordonnées professionnelles

omar.mohammed[at]ehess.fr

Parcours universitaire
 

2016 : Doctorant, mention «Histoire et civilisation», EHESS, Titre (provisoire) : History and Social Change 1900-1968, sous la direction de Hamit BOZARSLAN.

2013 : Master, Mention Histoire et Civilisations, Université de Mossoul, Expédition d'Egypte (1798-1801), sous la direction de Abdul-Tawab A. Said.

2007 – 2011 : Licence, « Histoire de Moyen-Orient », Université de Mossoul, Mémoire de fin d’études « Les égyptiens et les français en Égypte :étude de l'histoire Ajaib AL athaar de Abd Al -Rahman Al Jabarti , sous la direction de Nasser J. Abdulrazaq.

Academic Positions:
 

1. Research Assistant, Universityof Mosul, Unitforthe studyofIstishraq(Orientalism) 2012-2013.

2. Teaching Assistant, al-Imam al-A'zam UniversityCollege(2013-2014).

3. Editor, Al-Hasso Centerfor Quantitativeand HeritageStudies- UK, North Shields,2014-2015

Publications

Books
 

Al-'ain al-gha'iba : al-Jabarti wa-l-hamla al-faransiyya 'ala Misr (The Absent Eye: al-Jabarti and the French Campaign in Egypt), Dar Zahran Publishers, Jordan, Amman 2014. (www.zahranpublishers.com)

Book Translation : From English into Arabic :

Teaching History in the Digital Age by T. Mills Kelly (in progress)

Articles

1- ISTIKHLAF - Muslim Brotherhood version of the Caliphate” An analytical study of the speech of Muḥammad Maḥmūd Ṣawwāf the founder of the brotherhood movement in Mosul, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology, Volume 20, Sept. 2016, Hudson Institute.

2- Mapping the Tribes of Nineveh: The Future Role of the Tribes in Post-ISIL Nineveh (Outlook Study), United States Institute of Peace, March 2016.

3- Alakhar fi 'uyun al-Jabarti, mu'arrikh al-hamla al-faransiyya, in: Jadaliyya - The Arab Studies Institute, October 31, 2013

4- Al-akhar min manzur al-Jabarti: dirasa naqdiyya li-tatawwur al-fikr al-tarikhi lada al-Jabarti, in: Mukhatabat, no. 10 / année3, Tunis, 2014. pp. 152-167

5- Al-fi'l al-hadari ibban al-hamla al-faransiyya 'alaMisr, in: Al-M'amun Journal, Iraq -Baghdad, Special issue, Sept.2013. pp. 90-102

6- Al- istishraq al-faransi wa-dawruhu fi l-ta'sis lil-hamla al-faransiyya (Part I), in: Al-Hiwar Journal, no.131,  Irbil, Feb 2014 pp. 56-63

7-      Al- istishraq al-faransi wa-dawruhu fi l-ta'sis lil-hamla al-faransya (Part II), in: Al-Hiwar Journal, no.132,  Irbil, Mar 2014. pp. 75-80

8-      Istikshaf al-akhar: mulahazat daqiqa hawla rihlat al-Tahtawi ila Faransa 1826-1831, in: Al-Hiwar Journal, no. 132, Irbil, Mar 2014. pp. 59-67

9-      Jean-Michel Venture De Paradis: mutarjim al-hamla al-faransiyya, in: Journal of Oriental Studies, Unit for the Study of Istishraq (Orientalism), University of Mosul, No1, Nov. 2012. pp. 21-25

Translations
 

1- Min  al-'Iraq ila Faris:Tatabbu' al-tahawwulat al-thaqafiyya,  in: Al-Hiwar Journal,  no.  141,  Mar  2014.  pp.  49-55.    Translation  of  "From  Iraq  to Fars: Tracking   cultural   transformations   in   the   1322   Qazwini   ʿAjaʾib manuscript, Persis Berlekam

2- Tarikh Muhammad Ali Pasha: istighlal al-tarikh, in: Al-Hiwar Journal, no. 133, Irbil, April 2015. pp. 76-82.  Translation of The History: "Muhammad Ali: Fact or Fiction? Afaf Lutfi al-Sayyid Marsot, Source: Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, Vol.15 (1978), pp.107-112, Published by: American Research Center in Egypt"

4- Al-irsaliyyat al-tabshiriyya fi bilad Faris fi l-qarn al-khamis 'ashar: al-bi'tha al-kabushiyya fi Isfahan, in: Al-Hiwar Journal, Irbil, no.  145-146, April-May 2015. pp. 56-68.  Translation from the Encyclopaedia Iranica, "Capuchinsin Persiain 15 century" (Francis Richard), vol.IV, pp. 786-788

5- Al-madina al-Da'i'a: kaifa sa'ada Qamar Tajassus Sina'I fi kashif mawaqi' Tarikhiyya In: Al-Hiwar Journal, no.135, Irbil, May 2014. p.49-55. Translation of "How images from a spy’ stoolkit are helping aHarvard-led team uncover the landscapes and the cultures of the ancient world Lost Cities. Siddhartha Mitter! Colloquy, GSAS 2014."

Honors
 

Best Researcher of the year award from of University of Mosul 2010.

 

Courses Taught: (2012-2014)
 

Middle East, Early Arabic civilization,Ottoman Empire, Contemporary Middle East;

Orientalism, Byzantine and Islamic art and history, Egypt, Arab-Israeli conflict, Arabic Modern thought.

Talks Given
 

Unit for the Study of Istishraq (Orientalism), College of Arts, University of Mosul, "the Other Through Al-Jabarti Perspective" the Historian of the French Expedition May 2013

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