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Social Sciences in the Arab World: General Characteristics and Fields of Presence

Wednesday, 13 May 2015, 5.30 pm - 7.00 pm | Otto Suhr Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Freie Universität Berlin, Ihnestr. 22, 14195 Berlin, Room G

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Social Sciences in the Arab World: General Characteristics and the Field of Presence

In his talk, Prof. Dr. Bamyeh presents the key findings of the Arab Social Science Monitor (ASSM) report authored collaboratively by a team of social scientists based in the Arab World, Europe, and the US. The report focuses on the question of “presence”: where are the social sciences to be found in the Arab World? To that end, the report identifies three spheres of such presence: universities, research in-stitutes, and the public sphere. The report is designed to present original data on all spheres, as well as qualitative analyses of some of the most positive trends.

Please find a study on Bamyeh's work here.

Prof. Dr. Mohammed Bamyeh is professor of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh, USA, and the current editor of International Sociology Reviews (ISR). He has held the Hubert Humphrey chair in International Studies at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and the SSRC-MacArthur Fellowship in Interna-tional Peace and Security. He has previously taught at Georgetown University, New York University, SUNY Buffalo, and the University of Massachusetts.

Chair: Prof. Dr. Cilja Harders is Head of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Politics , FU Berlin.