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Die Reihe ZMO Working Papers reflektieren Entwicklungen und Diskussionen aus den Forschungsprojekte am ZMO. Die Texte sind in der Regel empirisch angelegt mit regionalem Fokus und können auch Zwischenergebnisse präsentieren. Die ZMO Working Papers unterliegen einem Begutachtungsprozess und werden online auf der ZMO-Website publiziert.


Abdoulaye Sounaye

No.19: Salafi revolution in West Africa (2017) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201710022687


Nils Riecken

No. 18: How to read German state archives differently: the case of the »Iraqi traveller« Yūnis Bahrī (ca. 1901-1979) in a global frame (2017) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201708313102


Samuli Schielke, Mukhtar Saad Shehata

No. 17: The writing of lives. An ethnography of writers and their milieus in Alexandria(2016) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201612219928


Ulrike Freitag

No. 16: Urban life in late Ottoman, Hashemite and early Saudi Jeddah, as
documented in the photographs in the Snouck Hurgronje collection in Leiden
(2016) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201611221762


Ali Nobil Ahmad

No. 15: Disaster governance at the urban-rural interface: the 2010 floods in Pakistanʼs smaller cities (2016) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-20160810362


Sarah Jurkiewicz

No. 14: Cultural activism through spatial practices: walking tours and urban gardening in Kuwait City (2016) PdfLogo;urn:nbn:de:101:1-201605091938


Norman Saadi Nikro

No. 13: Screening memory: violence and trauma in De Gaulle Eid´s Chou Sar?
(2015) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-2015100817695


Sonja Hegasy

No. 12: Boukhari and Shaftari – »Memory-confessions« of two Arab perpetrators (2014) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-2014121123532


Samuli Schielke

No. 11: There will be blood. Expecting violence in Egypt, 2011-2013 (2014) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-2014100815677


Tilo Grätz

No. 10: The »frontier« revisited: gold mining camps and mining communities in West Africa (2013) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201402177599


D. Parthasaraty

No. 9: Global flows or rural-urban connections? Temporality, public spaces and heterotopias in globalising Mumbai (2013) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201402177582


Dietrich Reetz

No. 8: Travelling Islam – Madrasa Graduates from India and Pakistan in the Malay Archipelago (2013) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201306066922

Makram Rabah

No. 7: The War of the Mountains in Lebanon 1982–1984: Oral History and Collective Memory (2013) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-20130306455

Nils Riecken

No.6: Periodization and the political: Abdallah Laroui's analysis of temporalities in a postcolonial context (2012) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201210023461

Kai Kresse, Edward Simpson

No. 5: Between Africa and India: thinking comparatively across the western Indian Ocean (2011) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201201268689

Michael Lambek

No. 4: Reflections on hermeneutics and translocality (2011) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201201268670

Norman Saadi Nikro

No. 3: Disrupting dismemory: the memoir of Jean Said Makdisi (2011) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201201268663

Samuli Schielke

No. 2: Second thoughts about the anthropology of Islam, or how to make sense of grand schemes in everyday life (2010) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201201268653


Annemarie Hafner

No. 1: Petra Heidrich's research work in the context of the development of South Asian Studies at the ZMO (1992-2000) (2010) PdfLogo; urn:nbn:de:101:1-201201268642