Prof. Dr. Anne Clément-Vollenbroich

Assistenzprofessorin

Telefon
+41 31 631 3268
Fax
+41 31 631 8048
E-Mail
anne.vollenbroich@islam.unibe.ch
Büro
S122
Postadresse
Institut für Islamwissenschaft und Neuere Orientalische Philologie
Lerchenweg 36
Postfach
3000 Bern 9
Schweiz
  • Since 2016 - Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern Studies, Institut für Islamwissenschaft und Neuere Orientalische Philologie of the University of Bern (Bern)
  • 2014-2016 - Teaching Fellow, Cairo Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences (CILAS) (Cairo)
  • 2014 - Fellow, Rechtskulturen - Forum Transregionale Studien, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (Berlin)
  • 2012-2014 - Assistant Professor of History and International Studies, North Carolina State University (Raleigh)
  • 2012-2010 -  Fellow, The Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies, Harvard University (Cambridge), Weatherhead Center for International Affairs
  • 2012 - Ph.D., Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto (Toronto)
  • 2003 - M.A., Middle East and Mediterranean Studies (Major in Arab Studies), National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations - INALCO (Paris)
  • 2002-2001 -  Year Long Intensive Program of Advanced Arabic (720 h), Department of Modern Arabic Teaching – DEAC (Cairo)
  • 2001 - B.A., History and International Studies, Sciences Po Paris (Paris)
  • 2000 - Summer Intensive Program of Advanced Arabic (100 h), Saint Joseph University (Beirut)
  • History and Memory in the Middle East
  • Law in the Middle East
  • Education & Revolution in contemporary Egypt
  • Emancipation, Authority, and Knowledge in Post-Revolutionary Egypt (Publication: Clément, Anne, Hussein El-Hajj, Mohamed Yehia Kamel, and Ahmed El-Gezy. “Reading Rancière in Cairo: A Silent Revolution in (Higher) Education?” Proceedings of the Lebanese Association for Educational Studies (LAES) Conference on the Civic Role of Arab Universities, Beirut, Nov. 2016, pp. 14-18 (in Arabic). http://laes.org/upload/editor_upload/file/laes_conference_report_arabic.pdf Accessed 22 Dec. 2017)
  • History and Memory in contemporary Lebanon and Egypt (Publication: Sa‘d Zaghlûl: « Lieu de mémoire » du nationalisme égyptien. Le Caire : CEDEJ, 2005. http://www.cedej-eg.org/spip.php?article170)
  • “Colonial Law” in contemporary Egypt (Publications: “New Perspectives on the Legal History of the Middle East? Rediscovering Jacques Berque, the ‘Field Historian’” History Compass [Online], 12/2 (2014): 187–196, doi: 10.1111/hic3.12143. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/hic3.12143/abstract; Clement, Anne. “Fallahin on Trial in Colonial Egypt: Apprehending the Peasantry through Orality, Writing, and Performance (1884-1914).” Diss. University of Toronto, 2012. «À la recherche des "voix" des fallāhīn dans un dossier d’archives judiciaires égyptiennes» Ateliers d'anthropologie [En ligne], 36 | 2012, mis en ligne le 14 mai 2012. http://ateliers.revues.org/9007)
  • Clément, Anne, Hussein El-Hajj, Mohamed Yehia Kamel, and Ahmed El-Gezy. “Reading Rancière in Cairo: A Silent Revolution in (Higher) Education?” Proceedings of the Lebanese Association for Educational Studies (LAES) Conference on the Civic Role of Arab Universities, Beirut, Nov. 2016, pp. 14-18 (in Arabic). http://laes.org/upload/editor_upload/file/laes_conference_report_arabic.pdf Accessed 22 Dec. 2017
  • “New Perspectives on the Legal History of the Middle East? Rediscovering Jacques Berque, the ‘Field Historian’” History Compass [Online], 12/2 (2014): 187–196, doi: 10.1111/hic3.12143. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/hic3.12143/abstract
  • «À la recherche des "voix" des fallāhīn dans un dossier d’archives judiciaires égyptiennes» Ateliers d'anthropologie [En ligne], 36 | 2012, mis en ligne le 14 mai 2012. http://ateliers.revues.org/9007
  • “Rethinking ‘peasant consciousness’ in colonial Egypt: an exploration of the performance of folksongs by Upper Egyptian agricultural workers on the archaeological excavation sites of Karnak and Dendera at the turn of the twentieth century (1885-1914)” History and Anthropology, 21, No. 2 (June 2010): 73–100. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02757201003754210
  • « Des dunes du désert aux jardins d’Eden : L’interprétation des désirs par Ibn ‘Arabi à travers une appropriation du nasib, du ghazal et du muwashshah» Alif : Journal of Comparative Poetics, 28 (August 2008) : 41-58.
  • Sa‘d Zaghlûl: « Lieu de mémoire » du nationalisme égyptien. Le Caire : CEDEJ, 2005. http://www.cedej-eg.org/spip.php?article170