January 19, 2016,11.00 a.m.; Lecture Hall G; Ihnestraße 22, 14195 Berlin (U Thielplatz)
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The lecture attempts to offer a critical reading of the much-discussed phenomena "Islam", the "war on terror" and violence and their interconnected dynamics. Among the issues to be discussed are imperial geopolitics, the "global war on ter-ror" and its multifaceted ramifications, as well as various forms of violence.
Dr. Ali Fathollah-Nejad is an Iranian–German political scientist with a PhD in International Relations from the Department of Development Studies of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. He is currently an Associate Fellow with the Middle East and North African Program of the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP).
Chair: Prof. Dr. Mohammad Mojahedi is Visiting Professor at the Centre for Middle Eastern and North African Politics. This is a guest lecture he convenes in the frame of his MA seminar on Islam, Islamism, Post-Islamism and the Question of Political Violence