Kamal Soleimani

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Doctorado en historia del Islam y Medio Oriente
Columbia Univerity


Historia y política del Islam y Medio Oriente

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Área geográfica de especialización:

Medio Oriente

Grados académicos:

PhD. Columbia University, The Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies (MESAAS) (2014)
Master of Philosophy. Columbia University, (MESAAS) (2009)
M.A. Columbia University (MELAC) (2008)
B.A. University of Southern Maine (Philosophy) (2006)

Docencia:

El Colegio de México:
Ethno-Religious Conflict in the Middle East( Spring 2019)
Queens College:
Islamic History and Civilization (Spring 2018)
Middle East history and Politics (MES 190, Spring 2018)
Arabic 204 (I) (Spring 2018)
Middle East history and Politics (MES 160, Spring 2017)
The Qur’an as a Text and it Historical Context
Islamic History and Civilization (Fall 2017)
Middle East history and Politics (MES 160, Fall 2017)
Elementary Arabic (I) (Fall 2017)
Middle East history and Politics (MES 160, Spring 2017)
Modern Islamic Political Thought (Spring 2017)
Islamic History and Civilization (Spring 2017)
Rethinking Middle East Politics (Spring 2017)
Arabic 101; basic Arabic (Spring 2017)
Islamic History and Civilization (Fall 2016)
Middle East history and Politics (MES 160Fall 2016)
Renewal and Revival in the Islamic World (Change and Continuity in the Islamic Religious Thought, Fall 2016)
Arabic 305: Advanced (Fall 2016)

City College of New York (Anthropology Department):
Cross Cultural Perspectives (Summer 2017)
Comparative Religion: Magic, Religion, Witchcraft (Summer 2016)
Cross Cultural Perspectives (Summer 2016, co-taught with Stanly Thangaraj)

The Beekman School:
World War II in World History (Spring 2016)

At Mardin Artuklu University:
Nations and Nationalism (Fall 2015)
Anthropology of Citizenship (fall 2015)
Anthropology of Modernity (Spring 2015)
Linguistic Anthropology (Spring 2015)
Nations and Nationalism (Fall 2014)
Introduction to the Modern Middle East (Fall 2014)

At Columbia University (T.A.):
Contemporary Islamic Civilization (Spring 2014)
Introduction to Islamic History and Civilization (Fall 2013)
Contemporary Islamic Civilization (Spring 2013)
Comparative Religion: 101 (Fall 2012)
Constitutionalism, Ataturk, and Reza Shah (Spring 2009)
Rethinking Middle East Politics (the Egypt, Israel and Palestine, Iran, and Iraq, fall 2009)
Introduction to Islamic History and Civilization (Fall 2008)

Líneas de investigación:

Historia y política del islam y Medio Oriente

Poyectos de investigación en curso

The history of Coups in the Middle East (a book project)
The History of the Concept of Caliphate: Changes and Continuities (a book project)
“Fully-fledged Nationalism in Religious Garb: 1920s Kurdish-Turkish Politics of Caliphate.”
“History as the Site of Nationalist Struggle: Isma‘il Hakki Shaways’ writings”
“History, Poetry, and Narration of the Nation: Xelil Xeyali’s Nationalist Project.
“Is Umma a Political Concept?”

Publicaciones recientes:

Islam and Competing Nationalisms in the Middle East: 1876-1926 (New York: Palgrave MacLellan, 2016).
Islam, Islamism, State and Kurdish Nationalism. (Istanbul: Peywand, 2018).